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Panasonic launches networked LED displays

The new displays can wirelessly stream content from various kinds of device.

A new range of network LED displays for corporate and education markets has been launched by Panasonic.

The LFC70 series is designed with the Miracast wireless technology, which allows high-speed wireless transmission of content, including Full HD video files, from compatible devices.

The displays can also receive content wirelessly from iOS devices via Panasonic’s Wireless Projector App for iOS, and from PCs using Panasonic’s Wireless Manager software.

Enrique Robledo, marketing manager at Panasonic, said: “We believe these displays present an opportunity for professionals to consider the future of digital equipment for meetings or classrooms. Miracast is a powerful tool for sharing media. Fast connection and very high bandwidth means you can display 1080p video at up to 60 frames per second without cable hassles.”

Digital Link makes it possible to send video, audio and control commands via a single LAN cable of up to 100m. With an optional Digital Interface Box (ET-YFB100G), all source devices can be connected to the display through one cable, simplifying the installation and saving on cabling costs.

The displays are also compatible with Crestron Connected and AMX Dynamic Device Discovery.

The LFC70 series is set for release in August 2014 and comes in 80in, 65in, and 50in models.