Sharp has introduced the TL Professional LCD Monitor line, a full 1920×1080 2 megapixel high-definition (HD) resolution series. The new series includes the 52-inch class (52.03″ diagonal) TL-M5200 and the 46-inch class (45.9″ diagonal) TL-M4600 monitors.
The new TVs feature a new thin, lightweight cabinet design that makes installation easier, while the RJ-45 LAN Control increases network connectivity.
The TL-M5200 and TL-M4600 monitors feature a response time of 6 ms and even an increased viewing angle of 176 degrees. The TL-M4600 features a contrast ratio of 1500:1 while the TL-M5200 boasts 2000:1. Furthermore, Sharp ensures high image quality and color accuracy through its advanced signal processing technology.
The monitors are capable enough to show all types of content, from DVD to varying PC resolutions from both analog and digital (DVI-D) sources for all types of presentations. Also, they feature an HDCP compatible HDMI input for access to premium HD content. They come with a built-in web browser facilitating web surfing.
The new TL series monitors are designed for landscape use and offer an optional stereo speaker system, which attaches across the bottom of the display, for enhanced audio during presentations.
“The large-format display market continues to evolve, with increased needs for advanced functionality and connectivity in a reasonably priced package,” said Dan Wynne, senior director of marketing, Professional Display Division, Sharp Information and Imaging Company of America. “With the addition of this affordable monitor series, Sharp will reach a broader audience while offering superior image quality and improved compatibility, for reliability in a wider range of commercial applications.”
Sharp claims that the newly introduced monitors are ideal for various usages such as teleconferencing, CAD/simulation, digital signage, corporate, educational, training, hospitality, sports arenas, entertainment and house-of-worship.
The TL-M5200 is now available in the American market at the price of $4,995, while the TL-M4600 will ship in June for $3,995. Both the monitors will be backed by 3-years warranty.