Sharp intros PN-“E” large-format professional LCD monitor

Sharp today introduces its new PN-“E” large-format professional LCD monitor line, which includes 60-inch PN-E601, 52-inch- PN-E521, PN-E471 – 47-inch and 42-inch PN-E421,  all of them offer full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, contrast ratio of 5,000:1 for (PN-E601 and PN-E521), 3,000:1 for PN-E421 and 1,000:1 for PN-E471 and brightness (ranging from 500 to 700 cd/m2).

The new PN-E Monitor Series offers thin bezel design, 10 watts built-in speakers, Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture capabilities, and plenty of input and output connectors such as HDMI, PC input, stereo audio input and an RS-232C. An optional input/output interface expansion board (model PN-ZB01) permits DVI Daisy Chain to link to five displays for easy and effective video walls., as well adds DVI-D input/output, 5-BNC analog RGB input, component video input, S-Video input, BNC composite video input, two additional stereo audio inputs, stereo speaker output (10W x 2) and RJ-45 LAN display control.

Sharp PN-E601

Sharp PN-E601

“As an LCD technology leader, Sharp has a long history of bringing continued image quality innovations and enhanced features to the dynamic and fast-growing digital signage market,” said Dan Wynne, senior director, Marketing, Professional Display Division, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “With a full new line-up of large-screen models, Sharp is offering a wide breadth of high-quality signage displays with reliable components and expansion options for a one-stop custom signage solution for a variety of applications.”

Sharp PN-E521

Sharp PN-E471

Sharp PN-E421

The PN-E601 and PN-E521 will be available in February  for  (MSLP) of $7,550 and $4,195, and PN-E471/ PN-E421 will be available in March for $2,895/ $1,795.

Source: Sharp

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