launched in India with eye on Smart Cities, corporate boardrooms and collaboration centres

The American display and visual collaboration solutions provider has launched its Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) 6K Series in India.

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The American display and visual collaboration solutions provider has launched its Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) 6K Series in India. The company informed that the product designed on its patented display technology would offer a seamless and immersive visual experience to users. The display firm claimed that new solution would provide bezel-free viewing above 100 inches, with screen sizes available at 190 and 135 inches.

The newly launched features include – bezel-free viewing experience, good picture quality and more than 32 simultaneous touchpoints. The company said that it also consumes 20 percent less energy than the similar size LED or LCD video walls.

The Prysm LPD 6K could be used in boardrooms, war rooms, premium training rooms and at collaboration and innovation centres, command and control centres for Smart Cities and by education institutes.

As far as installation is a concern, the company informed that the LPD 6K series was easy to install in a variety of locations due to its rollable, self-emissive panel. The front screen – made of a specialty coated polycarbonate layer – can be rolled into a cylinder for easy transport. As a result, integrators can negotiate tight corners and enter through standard doors and passenger elevators for set-up.

“With the launch of LPD 6K Series, we have set a new standard for interactive video walls and collaboration. Our highest priority is to provide enterprises, their employees and customers with an exceptional user experience that delivers a unique blend of visual integrity and interactivity to inspire new ideas, drive the business forward, and promote working smarter together. We are confident in the success of the LPD 6K series across India and globally,” said Amit Jain, founder and CEO, Prysm.

“Prysm is leading the disruption in the industry with its innovative technology. Today, customers across industries are looking for a future-ready solution that can redefine the digital display experience for them and for their brands. With the clearest resolution, unrivaled contrast, and a fully interactive display, LPD 6K, offers an unparalleled experience,” said GB Kumar, vice president, India and Asia Pacific, Prysm.

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