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Panasonic bolsters portfolio of 4K projectors and displays

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Panasonic Connect Europe will showcase four new solutions for the business collaboration, education and location-based entertainment industries at ISE.

next generation PT-REQ12 series (4K) and PT-REZ12 series (WUXGA) Launching in spring or summer, the 1-chip DLP laser projector is designed to offer new production possibilities and simplify workflows in the location-based entertainment industry. Brightness up to 12,000lm, 4K It delivers resolution and 240Hz projection capability with a minimum latency of less than 6ms, making it suitable for museums, immersive experiences, rental and staging industries.

The REQ12 series is the first 1-chip DLP projector to feature Quad Pixel Drive, Panasonic’s 2-axis pixel shift technology. Designed for high frame rate content, it can also be combined with a real-time tracking projection mapping system to project onto fast-moving objects to enrich interactive applications and stage performances.

Panasonic’s latest 4K UHD LCD display, tThe SQ2H series features an anti-glare haze treatment that reduces reflections in bright lighting conditions. It is available in seven screen sizes from 43 inches to 98 inches and is equipped with a display. With Intel Smart Display Module (Intel SDM) specification, Digital signage and broadcasting using built-in PCs, terminal boards, or wireless presentation systems.

Available from December, the display is suitable for use in boardrooms, meeting and learning spaces, as well as digital signage in retail and public information areas.

To address the need for intuitive instant collaboration technology, Panasonic has expanded its range of 4K touch displays with the introduction of the EQ2-PCAP series. Six available screen sizes range from 43″ to 86″ with 500cd/m2 Luminous display and anti-glare treatment for highly visible 4K viewing.

Panasonic also expands Kairos You can build an ecosystem by adding AT-KC200 and AT-KC2000 core mainframes. Support large and complex productions and deliver rich content to more big screens than ever before. Features of both modelsThe new 4RU chassis offers higher airflow with lower fan speeds, resulting in lower noise levels.

ISE visitors will also have the opportunity to see other recently launched Panasonic products such as the ultra short throw CMZ50 LCD projector series, the RQ25K 3-chip DLP and the MZ20K series. Solid Shine Laser Projector, and SQE2 and CQE2 4K UHD Professional LCD Display.

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