Amsterdam, NL, 7 February 2017 – Toshiba Europe GmbH today announces two new core additions to its range of business displays: the next generation TD-E3 Series, and the all new TD-P3 Series. Designed to deliver bright and impactful signage to businesses across multiple sectors, the 16/7 TD-E3 Series is perfect for businesses that require functionality throughout the working day, while the TD-P3’s 24/7 functionality makes it a robust and reliable option for organisations which need non-stop signage
The new TD-E3 Series is designed for the corporate, education, retail and travel sectors, built to run 16 hours a day, seven days a week. Available in 32”, 43”, 49”, 55” and 65”, the TD-E3 Series offers sizes to fit any space. It is also a versatile choice for these sectors as it can operate in either landscape or portrait mode, meaning users can convey information in an engaging way, and exactly as intended. The majority of the models in the range operate with a high-quality Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, but for customers wanting even greater clarity of image there is the option of Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution with the 65” unit, benefitting from the resolution available in 4K displays for an enhanced user experience.
For those businesses which require reliable and high quality engagement at all times day and night, the TD-P3 Seriesis perfect for meeting these requirements. Offering unhindered performance, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the TD-P3 range is designed with continual usage at its heart. Available in four sizes including 43”, 49”, 55” and 75”, the TD-P3 Series combines Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution – and Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution in the case of the 75” model – with 400 cd/m² brightness for clear, sharp, and high-quality content at all times.
Simple content management and connectivity options Both models offer simple yet effective management systems, with each boasting an extensive range of input and output connectivity options. Tiling and daisy-chaining capabilities mean that numerous screens can be linked together in different ways to provide innovative and engaging multiscreen arrangements.
Toshiba's embedded USB-player is also built-into both models, enabling tamper-proof automatic playback when combined with the secure USB socket. It also boasts multi-codec support and a host of innovative features to ensure the displays are fully customisable. This includes the ability to add a logo upon boot-up, aligning the displays with your brand from the first moment, and even replacing the Toshiba logo with the company’s to ensure the display truly reflects the organisation’s brand at all times.
In addition, wireless content sharing technology ensures content can be managed easily and remotely, so displays can be installed and operated in any public or workplace environment without requiring direct access. The TD-E3 Series also includes extra tools to simplify content management further, such as a content scheduler. Beyond this, the built in OPS slot allows installation of an OPS-based device to simplify operations by removing any need for external PCs, cabling or power supplies.
The TD-E3 and TD-P3 Series will be available in Europe during Spring 2017.
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