Optoma has launched its new N-Series professional displays with intuitive, friendly software for businesses to connect, present and collaborate globally, both in-person and remotely. Featuring portrait and landscape orientation, Optoma’s N-Series is built for usage in corporate lobbies and reception areas, conference rooms, lecture halls, digital signage and other professional environments.

In response to the growing demand for commercial display solutions, Optoma designed the new N-Series professional displays to enhance the current conferencing setups of corporate and education settings to accommodate hybrid work and distance-learning scenarios. Engineered for simplified connectivity and heightened engagement, the N-Series professional displays offer wireless content sharing with Creative Cast, along with live content viewing and real time collaboration with Optoma’s 5-Series interactive flat panel displays via Creative Board. With a built-in media player and scheduling functionality, users can display information, create, and customise their own playlist for any date and time. Additionally, users can also upload files wirelessly and access the cloud on popular systems such as Google, Microsoft, and Dropbox through Optoma’s File Manager.

Similar to Optoma’s interactive flat panel displays (IFPDs), the new professional displays feature superior brightness, an ultra-slim bezel with anti-glare glass along with a low blue-light filter and certified flicker-free technology, providing a better display experience compared to TV monitors currently in the market.

Available in five screen sizes, 55in, 65in, 75in, 86in and 98in, the N-Series is compatible with a variety of accessories such as Optoma’s new SC26B USB web camera and BM21 Bluetooth speaker, as well as other peripherals, serving as an all-in-one display solution. Additionally, the professional displays can be wall-mounted or attached to an optional motorised trolley for additional flexibility.

“Our new N-Series professional displays fill a need in the market for non-interactive commercial displays that are engineered for use in corporate and education settings, as well as offering superior display performance and integrated features and software,” says Chris Hayward, Product Manager at Optoma.

A value-added solution, Optoma Management Suite Cloud (OMS) is available on the N-Series professional displays, offering IT administrators and technicians a real time remote platform to monitor, manage, and diagnose multiple displays simultaneously that are either on the same network or connected through the cloud server. OMS enables technicians to check the status and make configurations to optimise performance and broadcast emergency messages, alerts, or announcements across displays worldwide.

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