For the purposes of informational, advertising and entertainment displays or visual presentations outdoors, an outdoor LCD-powered monitor has generally been used. But by the time direct sunlight enters the main frame if you will this ‘technological’ visual advancement could just as well be rendered redundant. For the purposes of informational, advertising and entertainment displays or visual presentations outdoors, it will be far, far better to use a sunlight readable display instead.
By the time the sunlight hits the LCD screen, whatever image is being portrayed through this screen simply cannot be viewed clearly. Any important textual messages will have been clearly missed as well. The sunlight readable display, on the other hand, allows all viewers to see and read things a lot more clearly. Image quality is looking pretty sharp. And the images portrayed pretty much crystal clear.
These sunlight readable displays can be built to any size to accommodate all circumstances, conditions and/or requirements. But do note the sizes, however. They range from as little as eight inches to as much as fifty-five inches. A number of features are built into these systems. It is also common sense for the display engineers to provide these systems with waterproof stainless steel enclosures.
There may be picture clarity and all but do note that brightness levels can be commandeered from one to two and a half thousand nits. A variety of video inputs add another feature of versatility to this highly functional, purposeful and, of course, visible system. The online consumer is more than welcome to make his own choice decisions. But if this technology is not familiar territory for you, do make a point of reaching out to the consultants who should be more than happy to advise you accordingly.