PPDS launches 'Zero Power' Philips Tableaux 4150 ePaper digital signage Series

PPDS has announced the latest evolution of its ePaper with Android SoC signage range, launching the 13-in Philips Tableaux 4150 at InfoComm 2024.

Unveiled and exhibited on the Philips Booth W2544 inside the Las Vegas Convention Center, the portrait or landscape mountable 13-in Philips Tableaux 4150 Series has been designed to deliver greater choice and new opportunities for businesses looking to introduce or expand a digital signage network, using revolutionary and highly sustainable, full colour ePaper displays.

Driven by feedback from customers across a range of market verticals – including retail, corporate, hospitality, food and beverage, healthcare and transportation – the new 13-in Tableaux display marks the latest evolution of PPDS' growing ePaper portfolio, adding to the 25-in 4150 and 32-in 5150 models launched at ISE 2023 and 2024 respectively.

Available globally, and featuring a white bezel design, the 13-in Philips Tableaux 4150 – developed with PPDS’ longstanding technology partner, E Ink – brings the ‘zero power’ features and Android powered functionality seen with the 25-in and 32-in Philips Tableaux displays.

Displaying with a 1600 x 1200 resolution, the 13-in Philips Tableaux 4150 offers 16GB internal memory, which removes the need for an external media player, keeping costs down and minimising additional future electronic wastage. New content can be loaded when users plug it into a power source to via USB, LAN or WiFi connections.

The Philips Tableaux 4150 Series runs on Android 11 OS, optimised for native Android apps and the easy installation of web apps and software directly on the displays.

Philips Tableaux displays – designed for 24/7 usage – can operate entirely unplugged, making it suitable for locations with limited or no access to power sources. It weighs 1.3kg, so can be transported and used in other locations when required.

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