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TD-U2 series


Engage customers with ultra impactful professional signage – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – with Toshiba’s TD-U series. Ideal for those who need to show a continuous stream of high quality content, you can enjoy clarity and reliability with robust displays that won’t let you down. What’s more, with an optional integrated touch screen overlay, you’re able to use interactive content to engage, entertain and inform your customers. Capable of usage in landscape or portrait orientation, the displays can adapt to the environment you place them in.


The wide range of inputs (including RS232 and LAN control), scheduling features and control settings give you the flexibility to show what you want, when you want. You can even show up to four separate Full HD inputs simultaneously via split screen.


85"


The displays also give you the flexibility to show a wider range of content with the optional Intel® OPS slot. With a 4k, 3840 x 2160 resolution display, 178-degree viewing angle – and 500 cd/m2 *(Nit) screen brightness – it’s easy to see how Toshiba’s TD-U series makes an impression.


Control multiple displays from a central location via LAN or RS232 inputs. Connect to a control device to manage functionality remotely.


At 3840 x 2160 pixels, Ultra HD 4K is four times the pixels of ‘normal’ HD 1080p displays, giving the ultimate picture experience.


Models with IR touch screen functionality allow full interactivity. Engage with exciting content and discover information.


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