Sharp sees no reason to keep their 90-inch AQUOS TV hostage in living rooms. And so the company is building an industrial version, the PN-R903, for digital signs.
That 6-foot, 8-inch width gives Sharp the current record for public spaces. The R903 also has the honor of being the first LCD sign with its technology that can display average humans at real size when tilted to a portrait view. That’s perfect for fashion ads and the like.
The 700cd/m2 brightness keeps the picture visible in harsher lighting. The R903 won’t ship until January 28th, when it goes on sale with open pricing.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Displays News