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NEC S521 52-inch full HD LCD display
Photo: company [May 13, 2010]

NEC Display Solutions of America has announced the addition of a 52-inch full HD LCD display to its S series.

The S521 display is designed for environments with extended operation times, as well as applications including corporate boardrooms, meeting rooms and video conferencing systems, NEC said.

The S521's ambient light sensor provides optimum brightness based on existing light conditions, while its Enhanced Digital Signage Technology Suite boasts more than 30 built-in features to benefit a variety of applications, the vendor said.

This model consumed low level of power and offers a number of digital connection options, along with the standard analog connections. Users can take advantage of remote monitoring and flexible control by utilizing Ethernet, IR, RS-232 in/out and DDC/CI.

The S521 and S521-AVT will be available for May 2010 shipment at an estimated street price of US$2,699 and US$2,849, respectively.

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