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ViewSonic creates 32-inch HD display for hospitality market

New display has automated remote control and connectivity featuresrnrn

ViewSonic Corp. has expanded its lineup of HD 1920x1080p commercial displays with a new 32-inch model for the hospitality market.

Gene Ornstead, director of product marketing for ViewSonic, said a full HD resolution LED panel is an important feature when it comes to staying competitive in today’s mix of promotional messages. With today’s digital signage content being a mix of fixed images, computer graphics and video, this resolution communicates a message in a crisp, colourful way that draws the viewer in for an immersive brand experience. Paired with advanced auto control functions and extremely versatile input connectivity options often only found with more expensive full commercial displays, the CDE3201LED is ideal for companies looking to make a big impact with a small format solution.

The 32-inch CDE3201LED features an energy-saving full HD WLED panel with a slim design. Offering an assortment of hospitality features, the CDE3201LED is great for hotel guest room entertainment, including a user programmable set up menu and RS232 automated control port. As a result, the CDE3201LED can be remotely controlled in multiple display installations from a PC or media player.

The IR pass through feature allows the owner to install the CDE3201LED in a guest accessible space while ensuring remote control functionality is managed on the back end via a hard wired set-top-box connection. Furthermore, internal programmability and USB cloning allows the display to be programed to specific operational requirements including default input on power up, volume level calibration, front panel and remote controllock out, power on lock, and more. This calibration can then be duplicated via the automated cloning feature and a USB thumb drive. The unit has HDMI, DVI, VGA, component video, and a USB multimedia support inputs.

The CDE3201LED comes standard with a 3-year limited warranty and will be available in mid-October for an ESP of $449.