A large touch screen wall display with an ultra thin bezel design, made from flexible substrate materials, is one of the most desirable today. It’s a simple concept to consider. You place the screen on a large surface and can then use your hands or a stylus to manipulate its content. The display then appears as a real physical object when touched. The latest generation of flexible lcd video wall displays combines this ability with advanced image processing and high resolution scanning.
A wide range of styles and designs are available. A large display suitable for a commercial location, such as a shop, conference room, office, showroom, warehouse or shop is ideal for any professional environment. For consumers it offers a more personalised solution and is great for displaying items that you are proud to show off. Large wall displays offer many advantages over static displays. To find out more see the links below.
There are many types of large touch screen wall displays available. The most common is a flat surface, although some can be manufactured in a ‘rolling’ format to create a 3D effect. The flat surface type offers greater flexibility and is more suited to smaller areas of particular importance or interest. The 3D option offers a greater range of display space, but it is also more expensive to manufacture and needs specialist expertise to install.
One of the biggest advantages is of course the flexibility offered by the display. As well as being easily changed and moved, you can adjust the viewing angle and the distance between the flat surface and the wall. This allows the display to offer a comprehensive view of the entire room. Also, because the screen is fixed to the wall it eliminates the need for any ‘pegging’ or ‘fixed-up’ systems, which would require the display to be moved into position. As such, there are no wiring requirements or complex installation procedures.
Another big advantage of this style of wall unit is that the wide screen offers an excellent viewing angle. In terms of picture quality, it is hard to match the clarity of a large flat panel display. It will also be bright and clear, with less glare than LCD displays, making it easier to read without having to squint.
One of the disadvantages is that it isn’t as flexible as other options. The screen can only be rotated vertically. You can also choose between portrait and landscape modes but only if your monitor’s vertical adjustment feature is strong enough. If this isn’t suitable then the image offered will be blurred. Also, due to the large size of the unit, the overall design may look awkward if not designed correctly.
Finally, in terms of maintenance, this style of wall display is not as tough as you might think. It is fairly easy to clean – all that is required is some wiping around the perimeter. It is also fairly resistant to damage, with only some minor distortion likely to occur on the edges. You will also need to have an HDMI input for video, which will allow you to connect the display to your television and so forth.
These days, consumers are much more concerned about getting the most from their technology. A large touch screen wall display offers the ultimate in convenience and ease-of-use. In terms of longevity, it is hard to match these units, with the average lifespan of about five years being common. Plus, the cost-effectiveness is unbeatable, which makes it a very smart investment.