Optoma claims its new FHDS130 SOLO LED Display is the ideal new install for the boardroom, classroom or AV enthusiast's room
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Optoma is an OEM that has built its name on a range of various imaging and AV products, "award-winning" direct-view LED displays with dimensions suitable for digital signage or lecture-scale presentations included. Accordingly, it asserts that its new FHDS130 SOLO LED model is ideal for many customers in the education, enterprise, retail, entertainment or perhaps simply extreme pro-sumer spaces.
The FHDS130 SOLO LED Display, as the name suggests, has a 1080p LED panel of 130 inches in diagonal length. Optoma also claims it has 800 nits of brightness, a 3,000Hz refresh rate and a 5,000:1 contrast ratio. It has maximal viewing angles of 140°, as well as RS232 and HDBaseT compatibility.
Therefore, Optoma asserts that it is ideal for a business or school's next standalone direct-view LED. The OEM has also equipped it with a singular power cable, a wall mount in the box and dual HDMI, VGA and 3G-SDI connections. Therefore, it insists that it will save on installation time and labor, especially compared to modular alternatives.
The OEM also rates the new FHDS130 SOLO LED as light on power consumption, having a standby mode that eats 0.5W or less. Optoma even claims that it can save the equivalent of 4,151 pounds of CO2 a year. The new large-form display is available from now, through authorized dealers lists on the company's website.