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Thursday, March 08, 2012
Samsung Launches New MD Series Displays at DSE 2012


Samsung is exhibiting new commercial LED-backlit displays at the Digital Signage Expo (DSE), this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Samsung is showcasing its new MD Series, which includes four LED models desgigned for businesses looking to make the transition from CCFL to LED and the SL46B, a high brightness display solution designed for retail and commercial use.

Samsung?s new MD Series now includes four LED models including 32-, 40-, 46- or 55-inches (exact measurement or "class"). The MD Series is ideal for high-traffic areas, including commercial, public and corporate information display. At just 19mm, a narrow bezel allows audiences to focus more on the content, and the slim depth of the series offers more available space for other uses.

The MD series is also light weight, permitting easy installation and with reduced heat emission it more energy efficient. It also sports an embedded media player for easy content play and updates.

MD Series Model Key Specs:

MD32B, MD40B, MD46B, MD55B

- 32", 40", 46" and 55" class LED/LCD Displays
- Direct-lit LED backlight technology
- Full range of connectivity including VGA, DVI, HDMI, Component/Composite
- Narrow bezel (19mm) and slim profile (3.6")
- RS232 and RJ45 display control
- MagicInfo Lite with embedded media player, USB 2.0 supported
- Availability: Q2 2012

The Samsung SL46B is a high brightness display solution ideal for high ambient light conditions such as retail storefront windows. The panel brightness adjustment reduces the energy output and cuts down on power consumption, while maintaining uniform brightness. It also comes equipped with several network options, including a built in media player and slide in PC.

In addition, the SL46B?s slim 12mm bezel allows for diversified stand alone or video wall solutions giving retailers the option to tile multiple displays in a storefront window environment.

Key Specs:

- 46-inch class LCD Display
- 1920x1080 Full HD resolution
- 1500 cd/m2 high brightness panel
- Compatible with SBB-A media player module
- Availability: Q2 2012


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