Japanese display manufacturer, iiyama, has launched the ProLite TE14 Series, a new range of highly-versatile interactive displays designed to maximise collaborative efforts in the boardroom, classroom or campus environments.
The trio are available in 65in, 75in and 86in display sizes, and feature a host of unique and easy-to-use features geared to inspire and optimise workflow.
While sizes may vary, the displays feature pretty much the same tech inside. They each utilise VA panel technology featuring native 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution at 60Hz in a classic 16:9 aspect ratio, with 435-nit peak brightness, 5000:1 dynamic contrast ensuring decent blacks and vivid colours, plus 6.5ms GTG response times, ideal for the panels integrated touch technologies. Speaking of touch capabilities, the accompanying touch glass features anti-gloss treatment, anti-glare coating, and a matt-polished surface, for extreme viewing angles and ultra-smooth digital handwriting.
Appreciating the target audience, I/O is plentiful, featuring up to four HDMI 2.0, a single DisplayPort 2.1, plus dual USB Type-C ports for video, audio and touch input – one in the front with 100W power delivery, the other in the rear with 15W power delivery, and can double as an alternative DP 1.2 connection. Completing the set are a further four USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports split between the front and back for additional media, storage and peripherals.
Bolstering the broad array of inputs are a versatile selection of outputs. There are dedicated HDMI 2.0 port and USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C for display out, the speaker system comprises two 8W front-facing and two 18W upward-firing, and if you want to deliver audio by other means, there’s a choice of S/PDIF optical output or a tried-and-test 3.5mm jack. Not to mention an eight-array microphone for those all-important Teams calls.
Finally, network connectivity is handled by built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 support, or alternatively via wired 1GbE connection. Whew, I think of covered all the bases, don’t you think?
All TE14 Series displays come pre-installed with in-house iiWare 11, a Android 13-based OS, that truly sets the interactive displays apart from your regular living room TV. It’s an intuitive, user-friendly operating system with a variety of customisation options that grants users the ability to personalise the display according to their needs.
Software highlights include Note, Browser, and Cloud Drive apps, while the iiyama Share App allows up to nine connected devices at the same time with support for Apple Airplay, ChromeCast, and Miracast, meaning users can easily share, stream and edit content from their personal device straight to the display and vice versa.
iiyama also has its very own device management system. This provides a suitable and fast unified management solution for terminal equipment, making campus or office integration that much more convenient.
Last but certainly not least, its PureTouch-IR integration delivers 1mm touch accuracy and 50 touch points that when coupled with a 500Hz frame rate sensor makes for an ultra-smooth writing experience. Noice.
iiyama TE14 Series is now available for purchase, with prices starting at £1,649 for the 65in model, rising to £2,399 for the range-topping 86in display. A relative bargain when you consider competitors such as the 85in Microsoft Surface Hub 2S start at £21,499.