With an innovative whiteboard design, especially suitable for meeting and boardrooms or at the entrance of a company, this large format equipment incorporates the newly developed 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme image processor and the technology of Backlight Master Drive backlight.
The FWD-100ZD9501 monitor is the latest addition to Sony to its professional Bravia 4K range, which offers in a size of 100" screen a careful design "to offer a visual experience that is not limited only to the screen", as they point out from the company, especially suitable in corporate environments.
One of the novelties of the equipment to offer more depth, texture and realism than any of its predecessors is the incorporation of the newly developed 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme image processor (40% more powerful than its predecessor).
In addition, Backlight Master Drive backlight technology is added to deliver high contrast, with deep blacks, and precise color expression and optimal image quality.
Thanks to the improved 16GB storage memory, this new Bravia professional monitor provides businesses with a great level of visual detail, in order to achieve maximum impact in any business environment, from museums to office receptions .
Thomas Issa, Product Manager for B2B Monitors at Sony Professional Solutions Europe, stresses that "this 100 Bravia monitor" demonstrates that our design and innovation takes care of both form and function. In this flagship model, Sony has combined design and technology to deliver a professional solution to corporate customers looking for a better, brighter, larger experience."
Available in October this year, Sony FWD-100ZD9501 also includes a 17-hour operating time and improved user controls for easy setup, giving speakers the ability to control the monitor remotely ip and an RS232 jack input.
Other functions include horizontal and vertical location options, integrated digital signage and multimedia players, as well as meeting room and security solutions, all with the manufacturer's professional B2B technology.
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