Sony announces new, commercial-grade BRAVIA 4K HDR monitors
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Sony has launched its latest "professional" BRAVIA 4K HDR displays. The BZ40H series has much in common with this company's up-to-date TVs, including a dedicated SoC (integrating (unspecified) graphics as well as a processor); TRILUMINOS display technology, this brand's standard of high-res quality and X-Balanced speakers. The OEM claims that they also feature enhanced contrast, with a peak brightness of 850 nits (albeit 620 nits in general).
The BRAVIA BZ40Hs may also fit in as workplace displays due to their I/O capabilities. They include an Ethernet port for independent LAN setups. There are also USB ports for content reproduction from that media, as well as a HDMI 1 to 4-capable HDCP port. Furthermore, Sony asserts that the monitors are compatible with typical commercial display-connection systems such as Extron IP Link and Crestron Connected.
BZ40H-series devices also feature inbuilt dual-band Wi-Fi, Chromecast and AirPlay 2 for yet more straightforward presentation options. They come in 55- (FW-55BZ40H) to 85-inch (FW-85BZ40H) SKUs. However, they also lack availability or pricing information at present. Interested commercial (or maybe even prosumer) buyers could keep an eye on the appropriate website for it to appear.