SEE THE BIGGER PICTURE WITH TOSHIBA’S TD-X551X AND TD-X551M – 140CM (55”) LED BACKLIT MULTI-SCREEN VIDEOWALL UNITS

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Toshiba Europe GmbH today announces its latest videowall units, the TD-X551X and the TD-X551M.

Ideal for professional users and installers requiring large displays, these 140 cm (55”) monitors have the capability to create enormous images, in multiple configurations, when tiled together. Completely customisable and offering high brightness, these LED backlit videowall units come with super-narrow bezels, and a variety of controls and inputs.

The perfect building block for large-format videowalls The TD-X551X and TD-X551M are designed to be combined as part of tiled walls, which makes them the perfect choice for digital signage and control room applications. Available with a bezel width of just 5.1 mm, when two units are adjacent, means images shown are delivered on a near-seamless canvas with minimal distractions. Businesses can join displays in either portrait or landscape orientations and can customise the setup in seconds with Toshiba’s easy-to-use software. Multiple configurations are possible depending on optimal and creative requirements with the software adapting the image to the chosen set up.

Both the TD-X551X and TD-X551M come with a wide range of inputs and outputs for easier access to other devices and commercial information – including a RS232 port and detachable IR remote sensor for external control of items such as power, input, settings and orientation.

Outstanding image quality Toshiba’s beautifully simple, slim videowall designs deliver truly superior image quality. The displays boast 800 cd/m2 (TD-X551X) and 500 cd/m2 (TD-X551M) screen brightness enabling use in a wider variety of lighting environments, and have an ultra-wide viewing angle of 178 degrees. The Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution means images are detailed and clear for an excellent viewing experience.

The TD-X551X and TD-X551M videowall units are available in Europe during the first quarter of 2014.

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