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Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, announces the launch of its new PN-E series of LED displays designed for a wide range of professional applications. With their sleek design, and support for landscape and portrait installations, the PN-E703/E603 professional-grade displays offer an amazing degree of flexibility for around-the-clock operations.
These 70-inch-class (69.5" diagonal) and 60-inch-class (60.1" diagonal) Sharp LED displays combine full-HD image quality, stylishly thin profiles and energy efficiency to create appealing professional signage solutions for any commercial setting. Based on the same design and interface as the company's popular 700 nit PN-R series, the latest line comes with built-in advanced connectivity and significant changes to the size and shape than its predecessors; the PN-E703 is 40% thinner and 86% lighter than its predecessor models, with the PN-E603 being 45% thinner and 84% lighter than its predecessor models.
Another distinction of the new PN-E603 and PN-E703 is their outstanding brightness, producing 450 candelas per square meter (cd/m²), making it ideal for controlled lighting environments. The displays' LED backlit panel also incorporates Sharp's UV²A technology, which prevents light leakage and ensures highly efficient use of light from the backlight. This advanced technology allows the displays to achieve truly bright whites and extremely deep blacks. Both models support full-HD (1080p) resolution for clear rendering of detailed text and graphics.
"The new PN-E703 and PN-E603 combine the similar design profile and connectivity as our top-selling PN-R series platform with the same level of brightness and price point as our previous generation PN-E models." said Mike Marusic, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Operations, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. "With the release of Sharp's third generation PN-E series, we are able to offer a wide array of professional displays that fit the demanding needs of our customers."
Both devices come standard with Mirror Display Mode capabilities, enabling the same onscreen content to be displayed on a series of daisy chained PN-E703/E603 monitors. This function can be used to reinforce advertising messages in public spaces or to facilitate communications in large office or conference settings.
The PN-E603 model is now available. The PN-E703 will become available in March.
About Sharp Electronics Corporation Sharp Electronics Corporation is the U.S. subsidiary of Japan's Sharp Corporation, a worldwide developer and manufacturer of one-of-a-kind premium technology products. Sharp was named one of the Most Admired Brands in America and one of the 20 Most Loved Companies globally*.
*Sources: Buyology Inc., 2012; APCO Worldwide, 2013.
About Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America Through U.S. B2B sales channels, Sharp is one of the top selling brands for Large Format Commercial Displays, has the #1 revenue share for 60"+ Commercial Displays, and is the #1 selling brand for 55"+ Commercial Integrated Touch Displays*. Sharp's professional and commercial displays are specially engineered for business applications and are offered in a wide range of sizes. From high-impact displays for digital signage, to our award-winning ultra-thin bezel video walls, to the innovative AQUOS BOARD™ interactive display systems, Sharp products help you communicate, collaborate and disseminate information brilliantly.
*According to Monthly Large Format Commercial Displays Report by DisplaySearch (now part of IHS), January 2015.
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