ViewSonic Launches Game-Changing OPS Compatible LCD Commercial Displays At Digital Signage Expo 2012

46 and 42 inch displays come with Intel® Open Pluggable Specification slot

WALNUT, Calif - March 6, 2012 - ViewSonic Corp. (Booth #310), a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced new Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) commercial displays a new standard in digital signage created by Intel, during Digital Signage Expo (DSE) 2012. These units are leveraging leading-edge technology from Intel, propelling ViewSonic as a thought leader in the digital signage industry.


The 46" CDP4635 and the 42" CDP4235 are full high-definition commercial displays, each boosting 1920x1080 resolution. The units are video wall-ready with up to 5x5 tiling function, and the adjustable bezel adds easy touch panel integration. Multiple video inputs, including HDMI, DVI, VGA and CVBS are included, and the VGA and CVB inputs allow up to nine units to be displayed through one video source. The display's OPS slot ensures easy installation of any OPS compatible media player.

The OPS was developed to standardize the design and development of digital signage devices, addressing the market fragmentation and simplifying device installation, usage, maintenance and upgrades. By adopting the specification in ViewSonic's new commercial displays, the company can deploy interchangeable systems faster and in higher volumes, ultimately lowering costs for development and implementation.

"At ViewSonic, we pride ourselves in being at the forefront of advanced technology and over the past year, the expansion of our digital signage portfolio and alignment with key industry players is proof we are leading the pact. We are one of the first companies to develop displays that support Intel's specification, which we consider an industry game changer," said Gene Ornstead, director, DTV and business development at ViewSonic. "The newest commercial displays provide great value to complex environments, such as those experienced by the retail market, that wish to maximize ROI and promote visually compelling messages in high-traffic areas."

The CDP4235 and CDP4635 will be available in Q2 with an MSRP of $1,299 and $1,499 respectively. For further information on ViewSonic and its products, visit ViewSonic.com or follow ViewSonic on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

For more product information, visit ViewSonic.com/DSE2012

About ViewSonic
ViewSonic® Corporation, headquartered in Walnut, California, is a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics, and communications solutions. Founded in 1987, ViewSonic's mission is to be the preferred global brand of visual solutions as we continue to focus on display-centric product offerings including LED monitors, tablets, projectors, digital signage displays, smartphones, and cloud computing solutions. ViewSonic continues to pioneer in visual technology innovation to build a connected and ever-reaching digital future. For further information, please visit ViewSonic.com.

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