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Panasonic LF50 Professional LED Displays
Panasonic's LF50 LED Displays provide professionals with a choice of 70 inch and 80 inch video products that can be set up in a portrait or landscape position.

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The ADA-compliant LF50 Series of LED Displays from Panasonic feature a space-saving industrial design that is highlighted by their thin depth.
December 14, 2012 | by CI Staff

Panasonic is one of the most famous electronics companies in the world, and it has a loyal following in the video world because of its high-performing plasma displays.

The Skinny: Panasonic recently announced its LF50 Series of LED LCD displays that it says perform as well as its popular plasma products.

The Specs: The new LF50 Series comes in 70- and 80-inch models that have 700 cd/m2 brightness ratings and include SLOT 2.0 architecture technologies.

Panasonic says the displays can be set up in portrait and landscape positions and, because of their modern industrial designs, the slim-depth displays can be used in a wider variety of environments without taking up as much space as its previous generation products.

Solutions: Panasonic says the LF50 Series LED displays can be used for installations that range from showroom and retail spaces to transportation terminals and auditoriums.

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