NEC C981Q 98" 4K UHD LED Display with Integrated ATSC Tuner

Mfg.Part: C981Q-AVT2 | CDW Part: 5342588 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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Product Details
  • Screen Size: 98"
  • Resolution: 4K UHD
  • Panel Technology: S-IPS
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Integrated ATSC Tuner
  • Multi-Picture Mode
  • Screen Saver Function
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NEC C981Q 98" 4K UHD LED Display with Integrated ATSC Tuner
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Main Features
  • Screen Size: 98"
  • Resolution: 4K UHD
  • Panel Technology: S-IPS
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Integrated ATSC Tuner
  • Multi-Picture Mode
  • Screen Saver Function
  • Ambient Light Sensor

The NEC C981Q LED Display offers clear, detailed imagery for unobtrusive digital signage. Its slim mechanical design with focused aesthetics allows for smooth and stylistic integration into any type of environment, while the full metal chassis coupled with real-time temperature sensors and integrated cooling fans maintain the professional quality necessary for commercial environments. With a wide range of connectivity interfaces including three HDMI 2.0 and two DisplayPort 1.2 ports and daisy chain capability, this display offers flexibility. It also includes expandability options such as the Raspberry Pi Compute Module slot for source integration directly into the display. This 98-inch display boasts a 350-cd-per-square-meter brightness along with a anti-glare surface that allows for efficient readability when ambient light is present. It is ideal for 24/7 signage in retail environments as well as when used for presentation purposes in corporate or educational institutions.

  • SpectraView Engine enables ultimate imaging performance
  • 4K UHD resolution ensures crisp, clear visuals
  • Integrated media player allows for audio, video or image playback via USB or SD card
  • Integrated ATSC tuner allows reception of ATSC digital television signals