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Panasonic is set to expand its networked digital signage line up with the launch of a 65 inch display before next month’s ISE.

The TH-65EF1 is an addition to the company’s entry level professional display series, which consists of 32, 43, 48, 55, 65, 75 and 84 inch panels. Each features a built-in USB media player, eliminating the need for a set-top box or a connected PC.


The Panasonic PT-RZ31K has been put to the test by Warpro, the first UK rental company to commit to the newly launched 30,000 lumens laser projector.

The company has used the projector for an installation in tandem with Edinburgh’s ‘Street of Light’ celebration, battling 300 lux of ambient light to create a building projection on the Tigerlily Hotel on the city’s George Street.


Panasonic will launch a new 20,000 lumens projector at ISE 2017, a replacement for the PT-DZ21K, Europe’s best selling high-brightness projector.

Set to be the new reference projector in the rental industry, it will make its debut in Amsterdam.

In addition, the company is set to demonstrate its live events capability, with a show combining laser projection technology, 3D mapping and performers interacting with moving projection courtesy of the newly launched PT-RZ31K, a 31,000 lumens laser projector developed for the live market.


The Space Player™, Panasonic’s hybrid lighting projector, has been updated with a new content manager and improved brightness.

 The new laser projector integrates in to an existing lighting rail system and comes equipped with 2,000 lumens of brightness and a 20,000 hour laser light source, making it suitable for extended use within retail and leisure environments.