LG makes a display of itself

One of the highlights on the giant LG stand in Hall 11 is the company’s brand new 72WS10 commercial panel. As the name suggests, it’s a 72in screen, which makes it the biggest single large format screen in LG’s current range.
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One of the highlights on the giant LG stand in Hall 11 is the company’s brand new 72WS10 commercial panel (Van Gough detail pictured). As the name suggests, it’s a 72in screen, which makes it the biggest single large format screen in LG’s current range.

In terms of spec, it supports Full HD and boasts a 7000/m2 brightness, and 1100:1 contrast ratio. Availability is from now.

Digital signage in fact dominates the company’s stand, with LG showcasing a number of different uses for the technology from fast food restaurants to tram stops. At it’s heart is the company’s SuperSign digital signage system, which ships as a standalone PC unit or a slot-in model that fits the commercial screen range, and governs everything from the M3801S stretched 38in screen that the company has aimed at transport stops and other low-ceiling environments, to the 47in LED Super Narrow Bezel videowall that dominates the stand.

Stand: 11K75

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