Philips Professional Displays Strengthens Customer Adaptability to Hybrid Work and Learning Experiences with New Fall Lineup

New digital display product lines help adapt processes to new standards, allowing customers, employees, students and teachers to focus on health and safety in revamped working and learning environments

Philips Professional Display Solutions (Philips PDS), the market-leading digital display solutions provider, today announced release dates for its Fall 2020 product lines. As businesses and educational institutions around the world begin to reopen physical locations for in-person work and learning opportunities, Philips PDS is helping to enable and implement health and safety ideals.

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“Over the last eight months, we’ve seen drastic shifts in the way the world – and by extension businesses and education institutions – operate”

“Over the last eight months, we’ve seen drastic shifts in the way the world – and by extension businesses and education institutions – operate,” said Joe King, Senior Director, Philips Commercial Displays North America. “The new product suite from Philips Professional Display Solutions enables businesses to operate successfully in what has become ‘the new normal,’ taking customer service to the next level. From large videowalls perfect for socially distant, in-person meetings, to interactive displays that can support a hybrid work or education space. There are cost-effective, accessible and customizable ways we’re using innovation to keep your customers, employees and children safe.”

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Here’s a sneak peek at four of the new products coming to market in Q4. Models from each of these lines are Crestron Connected Version 2 certified, enabling an increase in capabilities of an already robust product offering:

  • X-line: The Philips X-line videowall presentation series offers users improved brightness, color uniformity and seamless visual continuity – enabling businesses to maintain social distancing guidelines without sacrificing the quality of corporate presentations.
  • C-line: The new Philips C-line enables businesses to create an interactive, hybrid meeting room using PCAP-enabled, Windows 10-powered, touchscreen displays. Now with sleek, flat glass, screen sharing, whiteboarding and conferencing software capabilities, allowing teams to engage from everywhere, creating the ideal modern corporate environment.
  • T-line: Android-powered, interactive, touchscreen displays offer capabilities to further collaboration from a corporate to a classroom setting. The WiFi-enabled touchscreen allows up to 64 devices to be displayed at the same time, minimizing contact between users. Additional features include a whiteboard setting equipped with a stylus, screen sharing and video conferencing software.
  • B-line: A consumer TV made for a professional environment, the B-line provides full access to the Google Play Store and unlimited control and customization options using Philips’ built-in CMND software and built-in Chromecast wireless sharing. Available up to 75”, the B-line is perfect for use across the corporate, retail, education and healthcare settings.

“Building on the success of our PeopleCount offering, released in May, these new products are helping to address the immediate needs we see in market,” said King. “We’re all navigating an ever-changing landscape where our needs and those of our customers require constant flexibility. It is our hope and goal to always meet our customers where they need us to be – whether they’re in a corporate, retail, education or healthcare setting.”

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