Primeview Unveils an Economical Narrow Bezel LCD Display for Fast-Growing Video Wall Market

Aimed at the growing number of budget-conscious end users who want to create dynamic video walls.

Primeview USA, a worldwide leader in advanced display solutions, today introduced the new PRV55LCWLSN01, a narrow bezel LED LCD video wall display aimed at the growing number of budget-conscious end users who want to create dynamic video walls.


Primeview PRV55LCWLSN01 is a 55" super-narrow LCD display engineered with commercial-grade features and LED backlight technology, delivering a simplified video wall solution with low power consumption for any type of budget. With advancements in new video wall board technology, the LCD video wall displays can be tiled together to create a large dynamic video wall for a wide variety of signage applications including but not limited to retail stores, hospitality and entertainment, broadcast studios, higher-Ed, sports bars, corporate lobbies, conference rooms and museum exhibits.

Primeview's PRV55LCWLSN01 features include:

* 55" very narrow bezel LCD display

* Power Daisy chaining option

* PRV smart mainboard to maintain HDCP compliance without utilizing splitters

* FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution

* Eco-friendly LED backlight for low power consumption

* Primeview signature all-metal industrial enclosure for 24/7 reliability

* VESA mounting option

* HDBASET embedded optional

* Primeview's revolutionary 3 parts and labor warranty

Since 2009, the market for super narrow bezel LCD displays has seen extraordinary growth.

"By providing a 24/7 reliable, high-performance solution at an economical price tag, the Primeview PRV55LCWLSN01, helps accelerate the massive video wall adoption currently taking place globally," said Chanan Averbuch, VP of Sales and Marketing for Primeview USA.

The Primeview's PRV55LCWLSN01 display will be available through PRIMEVIEW's global channel network of authorized resellers and has already begun shipping here in the fourth quarter of 2013.

Additional information for PRV55LCWLSN01 is available now CLICK HERE for more information.

ABOUT PRIMEVIEW USA: Primeview is a privately held global manufacturing company that was launched in 1997 specializing in advanced display solutions, with a focus on the industrial market. Primeview USA manufactures on the most advanced ISO-certified production lines, maintaining high quality control standards to build products for the most demanding markets. Primeview USA offers a true "one-stop shop" for display solutions, including digital signage, video conferencing systems, high-brightness displays, touchscreens, kiosks, weatherproof monitors and specialty. The company's solutions can be found in board rooms, museums, casinos, retail stores, hotels and properties around the globe: ESPN studios, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, BET studios, US NAVY, Ogilvy, Jaguar, Lacoste, Tourneau, H&M, Lacoste, IDF, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Sandia and Revel casinos, NBC Broadcast Studios, Weather Channel, Disney Theme Parks, World War II Museum and The MOB museum. For more information, please visit us at www.Primeview.biz or call us at 212-730-4905.

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