Digital View Launch Battery-powered Digital Signage at GlobalShop

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Digital View announces the launch of its battery-powered VideoFlyer-SP range, an exciting development in digital signage display systems.

Digital View announces the launch of its battery-powered VideoFlyer-SP range, an exciting development in digital signage display systems.

Designed for retail promotion applications where AC power is not readily available, the battery powered VideoFlyer-SP is an integrated 7 inch LCD display and media player with interactivity to fully engage customers at the point of purchase.

The media player supports most common video and still image media formats whilst the integrated LCD display has an environmentally friendly low power and mercury free LED backlight.

Digital View provides a full range of both enclosed monitor and open-frame chassis AC powered VideoFlyers with screen sizes from 7 inches through to 20 inches. All units are designed for industry standard mounting fixtures and are available with a wide range of accessory options such as touch screens, motion sensors, speakers, and more. The open-frame units are ideal for integration in POP fixtures for product promotion.

Please check out this and other new solutions at the Digital View booth #3028 GlobalShop in Chicago at the McCormick Place West on March 18, 19 or 20.

For more information, contact Dusty Perryman at Digital View, Inc., USA: (408) 782 7773; dustyperryman @ digitalview.com.

About Digital View: http://www.digitalview.com

Established in 1995, Digital View Group (http://www.digitalview.com) is one of the world's foremost suppliers of advanced interface solutions for the LCD display market and a world leader in the supply of retail video promotion and digital signage solutions. The company also develops display electronics products and services used in demanding specialized OEM applications. Digital View has sales offices worldwide in Morgan Hill, CA; London, England; and Hong Kong.

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