Mitsubishi will launch its latest VC-MK4000 display wall image processor at ISE. The system will enable real-time window overlays with no dropped frames due to its high-bandwidth. The VC-MK400 can be configured to drive 16 displays, with four windows per display, or eight displays with upto eight window overlays, and has WUXGA window displays reaching 1920x1200 pixies with full HD displaying 1920x1080 pixels. A maximum of 32 VC-KK400 units can be linked to allow 256 displays to be controlled as a single system - with eight or 32 window overlays per system. The system is available in a standalone unit, or with an optional PC platform. Mitsubishi Electric will be in Hall 2 stand A24 at ISE and will also be showcasing a new version of its display wall software.