ViewSonic Unleashes Multi-Panel Possibilities at Digital Signage Expo

ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics, and communications solutions, has launched its new line of commercial LED displays, the CDP series, at Digital Signage Expo (DSE). Designed with a slim bezel, LED energy-saving panel technology, and rich connectivity options, the CDP series is ideal for multi-display installations and video walls in retail, hospitality, corporate, government and education environments.

“Today’s digital signage industry is tasked with keeping pace with market demand for the newest, up-to-date display technology,” said Gene Ornstead, director of product marketing, ViewSonic. “The CDP series is leading the way, delivering improved functionality and performance for always-on public display advertisements, durable menu boards and complex video walls.”

Available in 42-inch and 55-inch sizes, the CDP4260-L and the CDP5560-L boast a slim bezel design and rich connectivity options including HDMI®, DisplayPort™, DVI, D-Sub, YPbPr, and CVBS inputs for easy installation and control of a variety of high-definition devices. The narrow symmetrical bezel allows for multiple display tiling in portrait or landscape orientation.

Featuring a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours, the CDP4260-L and the CDP5560-L are built for reliable, continuous 24/7 use. The CDP series is also ENERGY STAR® 6.0 certified, utilizing an energy-saving LED backlight that consumes 35 percent less power than conventional CCFL backlight displays. Combined with Full HD 1080 resolution and SuperClear® wide viewing angle technology, the CDP series is ideal for a range of commercial environments that demand the most from digital signage.

The CDP4260-L and the CDP5560-L are available in North America and Latin America. The U.S. MSRP range is $1,399-$2,450.

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