NEC announces 98-inch monitor

NEC has launched a 98-inch 4K UHD display, the MultiSync X981UHD. It provides four times the resolution of full HD, and upscales content with lower resolutions. It includes the SpectraView engine, which provides full-featured colour management for ultimate image accuracy and consistency, as well as several modes for multi-source display operation.

It’s equipped with Direct-LED backlights and boasts intelligent thermal management, hardware LUT calibration and 24/7 reliability. It supports up to eight digital inputs, including one DisplayPort, four HDMI, two DVI-D and OPS. It also offers OPS Cable Free Expansion, meaning businesses can upgrade the power of the display at any time without the need for external cables or devices.

It’s suitable for applications such as control rooms, life-size digital signage, medical review, conferencing or creative multimedia design. It comes with NEC’s NaViSet Administrator 2, which enables management of all connected display devices from a centralised location.






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