Posted on February 2, 2016 by Scott Pickus
DynaScan Technology to Unveil 6 New Models at Integrated Systems Europe 2016
DynaScan Technology is pleased to announce it will be returning to Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in February, 2016. ISE is the largest tradeshow for the professional AV market in Europe, and will be held at the Amsterdam RAI from February 9-12 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The company will be exhibiting its entire line of ultra-high brightness LCDs and professional video wall solutions. In addition, DynaScan will be unveiling 6 new models, including 2 brand new sizes, to its premium line of ultra-high brightness displays.
DynaScan Technology has a long history of using ISE to demonstrate new products and meet with clients in the European market. Company President, Alan Kaufman is looking forward to exhibiting at the show: “There is a reason why ISE is the most important yearly event for our company. It is when we introduce new models and give our channel partners and clients a taste of the latest technologies.”
DynaScan representative from Europe, the United States, and Asia will be on hand at stand 11-H55 to assist visitors and spend time to discuss their projects and solutions.
New Products on Display:
The DS421LT4 is a 42-inch high bright professional LCD with IPS technology. With a brightness rating of 3,000 nits, this display features a local dimming LED backlight technique for incredible, high contrast picture quality and low power consumption.
The DS491LT4 and DS491LT6 are 49-inch high bright professional LCDs with IPS technology. With a brightness rating of 3,500 nits and 5,500 nits respectively, these display features a local dimming LED backlight technique for incredible, high contrast picture quality and low power consumption. Additionally, the DS491LT4 features fanless cooling technology, delivering silent operation for environments where noise levels are a concern.
DynaScan will also be unveiling refreshed models of its 55” series—now available in 3,500 and 5,500 nit versions, as well as its 65” model, which has seen a brightness increase to 4,000 nits.