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Mitsubishi Announces 140-in.-Diagonal LED Screen

The Resolia screen can serve as an indoor, electronic billboard for signage applications.

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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Div. (Irvine, CA) is introducing its Resolia 140-in.-diagonal LED screen monitor that’s designed for such indoor signage applications as billboard advertising or informational displays in malls, airports, sports arenas, casinos and entertainment stages.

The 140-in.-diagonal screen may be another recordholder for Mitsubishi. The Guinness Book of Records acknowledges the company’s screen in Hong Kong as the longest LED screen; the largest high-definition outdoor display screen at Turner Field in Atlanta; and the overall largest TV screen in the world in Tokyo.

The Resolia LED screen will be available by early December 2007 through authorized systems integrators.

"From the company that brings you world records in imaging and displays, we're proud to bring a new 140-in. pre-packaged LED screen to our customers," said James Chan, director of marketing, Mitsubishi's Presentation Products Division. "It's a new plug-and-play design that makes installation easier and more efficient than custom-made LED screens."

Unlike similar screens custom-built inhouse, deconstructed for shipping and reconstructed tile-by-tile, module-by-module onsite, Resolia’s pre-packaged design is quick to install and simple to set up, the company claims. Shipped in one piece, it can be broken down into a two-piece configuration for easier transport in tight spaces. The plug-and-play design eliminates complicated integration and maintenance.

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The panel to be installed flat or inclined from walls, or even hung from the ceiling. Resolia also boasts larger viewing angles: 150º horizontal and 120º vertical, so more people above, below or to the side can read images clearly and easily.

Mitsubishi's Resolia accepts an array of input computer or video signals, including HD-SDI for up to 1080p high-definition imaging or SD-SDI for standard imaging signals, and comes with a digital screen controller that allows up to four input sources. The GUI comes with the controller to let users simply configure source content for a shared display of up to four simultaneous images, side-by-side images, or picture-in-picture style. An optional simplified controller is available when using only one image source.

Phone: (800) 769-1268; www.mitsubishi-megaview.com.

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