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Sharp PN-H801

Sharp PN-H801

Price: £9,190.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: new
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Date Expires: 18/05/2018
Item ID: 181745

Sharp PN-H801

Sharp PN-H801

Packed with state-of-the-art picture technologies, the PN-H801 is an outstanding communication platform. This 80-inch-class 4K (3840 x 2160 resolution) Ultra HD monitor boasts a screen with the size, impressive 4K UHD high-resolution image quality and next generation colour gamut capability to showcase all manner of content, from detailed text to beautifully textured graphics and beyond to demanding high-end retail images for colour accurate representation of textile fashion or luxury jewelry. 

  • 80" (204,4cm) display for highly detailed 24/7 retail and office images
  • 3840 x 2160 4K UHD pixels @60Hz with 440cd/m2
  • Extended colour range and integrated 4K USB Media Player
  • Integrated 4K USB media player
  • Latest HDMI Connectivity for 4K@60Hz
  • Solid, sleek and stylish, slim bezel design
  • 24/7 Operation
  • Portrait and landscape installation support

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