LG Business Solutions USA Introduces the UL3G and US340C

The 4K UHD digital signage displays were designed for better picture quality.
LG Business Solutions

LG Business Solutions USA (Lincolnshire, IL) has introduced two new series of 4K UHD digital signage displays, the UL3G and US340C series. Both are designed to display 4K picture quality with vivid colors and fine details, carry LG’s three-year limited commercial display warranty and are available immediately in a dozen models ranging from 43 to 86 in. (measured diagonally), according to a statement released by the company.

Applications include commercial communications in stores, restaurants, hospitals, schools, transit centers, hotels, stadiums and offices.
The UL3G is a smart display series with a built-in System-on-Chip (SoC) powered by a webOS operating system, enabling a number of advanced features, an intuitive user interface, and connect playback without the need for a media player -- also per LG. The embedded webOS Signage 4.1 platform unlocks the opportunity to utilize LG’s robust webOS Signage ecosystem of third-party software applications.
The entry-level commercial TV signage US340C series has removed the Wi-Fi capability, making it a solution where network security is a priority, like government, financial and even some educational applications. The series supports SuperSign Control, provides 300 nits of brightness and includes a pair of integrated 10-watt stereo speakers. It is recommended for applications requiring up to 16 hours of daily runtime.
For more information, visit lgsolutions.com.

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