Primarily designed for meeting spaces, but also perfect for public venue applications, Philips B-Line displays offer seamless connectivity and easy sharing of contents from laptops, desktops, mobile devices and corporate servers.
Crestron Connected certification and compatibility with both Extron and Neets systems of Philips’ new B-Line monitors offer seamless and reliable business integration. They are available in sizes of 50”, 58”, 70” and 75” (with a 65” model currently under development) and can improve the involvement in meetings and presentations, thanks to the possibility offered to participants to wirelessly connect and stream content directly to the screen from any device, in a BYOD environment.
Philips B-Line series features a Chromecast built-in, to further develop interactivity and engagement in meetings, it allows the immediate sharing of wireless content from external devices (Apple, Windows, Android and Linux) with a resolution up to 4K without the need for additional hardware or software.
In add, HDMI hot plug detection offers automatic switching between connected devices and thanks to the integrated Android OS and Auto ON/OFF function, additional tools and features can be added through the Google Play Store. Finally with CMND & Control you can perform important functions regarding settings, monitoring and controlling software updates and display status from a single central location.
Not only corporate applications
There are not only corporate applications for these new Philips professional displays. B-Line also offers all the needed functions for applications in public places and restaurants, to show menus and promotions in digital format, or to transmit messages in real time and plan branded content with ease, as an advanced signage solution.
Here a comment by Daniele Tomé, Regional Product Manager EMEA – Philips Professional Display Solutions: “The market feedback for our new B-Line range has been more than positive because the benefits and opportunities it offers improve both the efficiency and productivity of collaboration sessions, as well as communication, entertainment and marketing in bars, restaurants or small kiosks with menus”.
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