First 82” Outdoor LCD Display Launched
Monday, July 12, 2010
Asif Khan

With the rise in digital advertising usage, there is great increase in adopting digital signage as an advertising medium. It has taken the advertising sector by storm, seeing this AllSee has strived to produce unique and ground breaking digital signage solutions.

With this in mind AllSee Technologies launches its 82inch LCD outdoor display, with this break through in outdoor digital signage AllSee is at the forefront of digital signage with this display being a first of its kind.

With a unique display such as this AllSee is breaking through the frontiers of digital signage, the advances in technology have provided the digital signage community a platform to look up to.

With such high standards being set by AllSee, it will be greatly beneficial in ever developing more advanced and feature packed outdoor displays.

The display itself boasts features such as built in temperature control via an air-conditioning unit, Vandal proof and slide out display; it truly is a ground breaking technological advancement from its predecessors and any rivals.

The display has been designed to be utilised in harsh outdoor environments and has proved it has the ability to withstand the harshest of climates. As an outdoor unit which may be used in direct sunlight it comes with a high brightness LCD Which allows the unit to display content which can easily be viewed in environments with high levels of sunlight.

It is seen as a turning point for outdoor LCD signage, with the ever growing display sizes LCD signage can now really be brought to the forefront of outdoor advertising.

Developing digital signage solutions whether it is digital posters, LCD advertising displays or wall mounted displays, it has been proven with great R&D investment technological advancement is inevitable.

AllSee Technologies Limited
14-16 Bissell Street
Highgate
Birmingham B5 7HP
Tel: +44 (0)800 612 0688
Fax: +44 (0)121 285 2666
Email: info@allsee-tech.com
Website: www.allsee-tech.com

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