ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced its new line of television displays, designed exclusively for TV and application solutions in hospitality venues. ViewSonic’s new VT TV series delivers extreme value by combining commercial connectivity features in a cost effective TV design.
“Hospitality and commercial-grade TV customers are looking for attractive slim display designs and automated control features that provide customers with impactful, highly visible content experiences throughout hotels and public display venues,” said Gene Ornstead, director of product marketing, ViewSonic. “There is no longer a need to offer feature-limited consumer TVs for cost-sensitive business and hospitality applications. ViewSonic’s new VT series provides versatile connectivity connections and automation control features for accommodating the many different content types and media sources at affordable prices.”
Available in 24”, 27”, 32” and 42” sizes, the VT2406-L, VT2756-L, VT3200-L and VT4200-L feature an energy saving 1920×1080 LED panels reducing power consumption while delivering crisp bright HD picture quality. Featuring built-in HDTV TV tuners and various connectivity options for PC and video content devices the VT family is ready for the most demanding environments. The thin, lightweight design is ideal for hotel guest rooms, sports bar entertainments, classroom displays, campus and small business signage. The slim design allows for easy installation in portrait or landscape orientation and the included tabletop stand is removable for easy installation and custom wall mounting. Extra features include a RS232 control port and infrared remote control pass through, programmable calibration, with USB cloning capability.
The VT2406-L, VT2756-L, VT3200-L and VT4200-L are available in North America and Latin America. The US MSRP range from $349 to $749. The VT Series are available in January and sold through ViewSonic’s national distribution partners, DMRs and VAR network.