Refurbished by Panasonic. Factory warranty til Oct 2017. Priced per unit. Minimum order of 2 units = $6,600 USD / €5.801 EUR
|Quantity||2 (Minimum Order 2)|
65" Full HD (1080p) professional LCD touchscreen display. Gently used on one event by manufacturer. Manufacturer inspected, reconditioned, and repackaged. Come in original cardboard with all accessories. Factory Warranty until Oct 2017.
- Display (TH-65LFB70U)
- Power cable
- Manuals & brochures
The LFB70 Series of professional Full HD displays incorporate intuitive touch screen technology; fully interactive whiteboard functionality; and the very latest in wireless connectivity to allow you and your colleagues to work more closely as a team. These displays are loaded with the next-generation technology you need to be more productive; more efficient; and to achieve better quality results. Progress smoothly through your presentation using familiar touch screen gestures to turn pages; zoom in and out content; and navigate through multimedia functions without need of a Remote Control. Whether using a fingertip to cue content for a presentation; or the stylus pen to jot down notes for the group; you'll be delighted at how this user-friendly touch interface makes complex tasks simple. Built-in whiteboard software lets you turn on the display and start work right awayno need to connect a PC. Up to four people can write at a time; and you can save your pages and email them directly to anyone who missed the meeting; Notes can be made on almost anything; from video and photos to PowerPoint and PDF documents; and then saved as an image filesimply brilliant for the office or classroom. With vibrant Full HD resolution and a wide display area; remote videoconference participants seem like they're in the room with you. Team members in remote locations can write detailed notes onto shared documents and solve problems in real time; just as they would when working together in the office. There powerful web and video conferencing capabilities reduce the need for travel; saving your organization time and money. Start working on the built-in whiteboard instantlyjust switch on the display. You can draw straight or freehand lines; and change line thickness; color; and background using the tool palette. To switch input sources; picture settings; and volume; swipe the edge of the screen to display the main menuno Remote Control necessary. Four-point multi-touch functionality makes it easy to resize and move graphics around on your documents. The included Stylus Pen and Eraser accessory is a convenient way to write large amounts of text. So simple to use; even for children and less technically experienced presenters. You can write on almost any media you like; including video and still images. Swipe to bring up the main menu; display content from your external device; and start making notes
TV Screens are used in the theater industry and in other venues for many different purposes â?? backstage or in the control room so that other actors/technicians/producers can keep up to date with the progress of the production, or at strategic locations so that the audience which is too far away from the actual stage can see the action close up. TV screens have come a long way since the days of the old analog TVs that first appeared in our homes in the middle of the last century. Those old, box-shaped, black and white screens have been superseded by highly advanced technology, and now we have TV screens that use OLED, LCD, DLP or Plasma technology, allowing viewers to see excellent quality, enhanced HDTV. Generally, for professional purposes in concerts, theater etc., TV screens are used in much the same way as a computer monitor. They are not used to tune in to current TV shows but are instead hooked up to a camera so that they can replay the action on stage as it happens, or â??Liveâ?. OLED technology is one of the preferred technologies for TV screens these days, as they are extremely lightweight and provide good viewing angles when compared to other screens, where the image â??fadesâ?? if the screen is not viewed head-on. However, OLED TV screens are currently quite expensive when compared to other technologies such as LCD and Plasma, especially so in the case of CRT TV screens.