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The best displays 2024

Top devices for classrooms, signage and much more in the test

Professional Display Test - Best lists from experts

In this display test, our experts have compiled the best professional displays for various areas of application. With the best lists, you will always find the right display - whether for the office, classroom, as a video wall or digital signage solution. At visunext you will find all the information you need to easily compare the displays. If you have any questions, our experts will of course be happy to help.


The best interactive displays

Interactive touch displays are used in meeting rooms for collaborative working, brainstorming and note-taking. Combined with a video conferencing system, they can also be used to hold hybrid meetings.

The best digital signage displays

Digital signage displays are the modern solution for targeted digital advertising. A 24/7 release enables continuous operation. The displays can also be used outdoors thanks to their high luminosity. Internal content systems or external signage players with corresponding software ensure a smooth supply of content.

The best classroom displays

The classroom displays replace the overhead projector and the TV trolley and are an attractive addition to modern, digital lessons. The large screen diagonals ensure that the content is easy to read even in the back rows. Touch displays make lessons more interactive than ever.

The best video wall displays

The video wall displays are particularly suitable for installation in a video wall due to their narrow frame. The displays can be easily connected to each other using daisy-chain technology. Approval for 24/7 continuous operation makes the displays particularly attractive. This allows you to present digital content around the clock.

The best all-in-one LED walls

LED walls are increasingly being used as an alternative to video walls for signage applications or in meeting rooms. LED walls are characterised by high brightness values, strong contrasts and brilliant colour rendering. They also have a long service life and can be used for many years. All-in-one LED walls are supplied pre-configured and only need to be installed.

Displays - The most frequently asked questions

Displays are becoming increasingly important in companies, educational institutions and the public sector. Both the wide range of possible applications and the quick installation make displays an attractive alternative to the combination of projector and screen. Professional displays offer significantly more functions than their little brothers, the conventional television sets. They are also brighter than TV sets in most cases and can be used regardless of the lighting conditions in the room.

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What do I have to consider when choosing the resolution?

The preferred resolution should correspond to the screen size and the content being displayed. Newer displays usually have a 4K UHD resolution. In some cases, Full HD displays are also possible. However, if you want to show high-resolution content in 4K, it is worth investing in a 4K display.

As the number of pixels is increased here, content can be displayed in sharp detail even on large screens .
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Which displays are suitable for a video wall?

In a video wall, several displays are arranged next to each other to create a large overall picture. To avoid large black bars between the individual displays, care must be taken to ensure that the displays have narrow frames.

It is also important that the displays communicate with each other, and daisy chain technology makes it easy to connect the displays.

What are the differences between the touch technologies?

The most widely used touch technologies are infrared and capacitive. While infrared technology scans the stylus or finger on the display surface via an infrared grid, capacitive technology detects the pressure exerted on the display.

This is precisely scanned under the display surface by the tension on the surface and ensures an even more precise transfer of the touch to the display surface. Interactive displays with a capacitive touch surface are generally more expensive than displays with IR touch technology.
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How bright should a display ideally be?

The required brightness of the display depends heavily on the application and the installation location. As a rule of thumb, if the display is also to be used in sunlight or outdoors, at least 700 cd/m² is required, whereby a higher brightness is recommended for better recognisability.

When used in rooms with artificial lighting but without direct sunlight, 500 cd/m² is often sufficient. If the lighting conditions in the room can be regulated and the light dimmed as required, 350-450 cd/m² is sufficient
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Why are not all displays suitable for 24/7 continuous operation?

Displays for 24-hour useare equipped with particularly durable materials. These materials can withstand the high loads caused by massive heat development in the device.

A display should always be operated within the operating time approval. Failure to do so may result in irreparable damage to the device, which is not covered by the warranty

How do I find a suitable holder for the display?

Consider the size and weight of your display when selecting a display mount. Check the VESA mounting points and make sure that they are compatible with your display. Also consider whether you want to mount the display on the wall, on the ceiling or on a trolley.

Special multi-brackets can also be used for video walls, which can hold several displays at the same time. You can find the right mount for your display at visunext.

What do I need to consider when choosing signage software?

When choosing a signage software solution, you should look for ease of use, customisability to your needs and compatibility with your display types. Other important aspects are the costs, customer support and whether the software has functions such as scheduling and content management and supports interactive content. In this way, you can successfully communicate digital advertising content.
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Which connections should be considered when choosing a display?

When choosing a display, make sure it has connectivity options such asHDMI and DisplayPort for video and audio, DVI for older devices and USB-C for versatility . You should also enquire about integrated USB hubs for additional connect ivity. The specific requirements will depend on your devices and usage habits.

How can the displays be supplied with content wirelessly?

Displays can be supplied with content wirelessly via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or special technologies such as Miracast or AirPlay. The content is transferred wirelessly from a device (e.g. computer, smartphone) to the display.

Some displays have built-in Wi-Fi, Miracast or AirPlay functions, while others require an external adapter. It is also important whether you want to access video conferencing systems wirelessly or use displays with interactive features.

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