SHARP UNVEILS 37-INCH LCD MONITOR WITH INTEGRATED PROTECTIVE OVERLAY FOR DIGITAL SIGNAGE AND PUBLIC INFORMATION DISPLAYS
Sharp, the world leader in LCD technology, is debuting a new large-format 37-inch LCD monitor featuring an integrated acrylic protective overlay at the NSCA Show. The LC-M3700P is designed for professional applications in high traffic areas, such as public information displays and digital signage.
Our customers appreciate the long term benefits of Sharp's industry-leading LC-M3700 37-inch large format LCD monitor, but have requested a display that can be placed in high traffic areas, said Bruce Pollack, Associate Director of Marketing, Sharp LCD Products Division. The LC-M3700P responds to that need with the addition of a durable anti-glare, low-reflective protective overlay that is incorporated into the monitorís sleek design. This is an ideal choice for public displays.
The new 37-inch LCD monitor is perfect for integrated information applications in a variety of industries including restaurants, airports, hotels, transportation centers, retail outlets and malls, trade shows, museums, casinos, stadiums, corporate board rooms, conference rooms, television broadcast and other industries that require uncompromising picture quality for years to come. The LC-M3700Pís anti-glare and low-reflection properties enables it to be placed in brighter areas where other monitors might appear washed out.
The new LC-3700P incorporates all of the key benefits of the Sharp LC-M3700 monitor, including a field replaceable 60,000-hour backlight for monitor longevity and a low total cost of ownership. It is also easy for businesses to integrate the monitor into a display system due to multiple connectivity options, an intuitive menu for easy set-up, and integrated handles. The Sharp display offers a true 16:9 aspect ratio and the highest resolution in its class, a high 800:1 contrast ratio, 15-ms response time and a five-level color temperature setting for exceptional color accuracy and matching.
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