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The Impact of a 2×2 Video Wall in a Single Monitor

Sharp presents an alternative to the 2×2 video wall display, introduces its new PN-R903 90-inch Professional Monitor.

CI Staff

When you talk about “life-size imagery,” you might expect that there won’t be two long, intrusive seams running perpendicularly across a digital signage display screen. But your standard 2×2 video wall can’t make such a promise.

Those pesky seams aren’t the only con to the 2×2 video wall, the one that uses four panels put together instead of one monitor. Using four smaller individual displays to create a 2×2 wall requires construction of rear mounting, adjustment, calibration and cabling. It is time-consuming, labor-intensive and the costs are higher.

Sharp has a solution to the tired 2×2 design. The company says its new PN-R903 90-inch Professional Monitor is full-HD resolution, has brilliant image quality and was designed to to lead the large-format digital signage market.

“Mount, calibrate and connect,” Sharp says of the easy setup process, developed to take less time, labor, equipment and even energy. Large enough to easily replace a 2×2 46” panel video wall, the PN-R903 offers easy set-up and installation with much less wiring, less equipment and virtually no calibration requirements.

And of course, no inner seams!

Key Features:

  • 90” Class (90-1/16” diagonal) Screen Size
  • Brilliant High Definition (1920 x 1080) Full Array LED Display
  • Local Dimming energy Efficient Technology
  • 700 cd/m² Brightness
  • 1,000,000:1 (local dimming-High) 4000:1 (local dimming-Off) Contrast Ratio
  • Landscape and Portrait Mode Compatible
  • Engineered for 24/7 Commercial Use

In the video below, Sharp highlights the many environments the PN-R903 Professional Monitor can be used:

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