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SmartAVI StretcherPro Videowall Solution

SmartAVI unveiled its newly redesigned StretcherPro display wall solution
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SmartAVI StretcherPro Videowall Solution

Jul 9, 2009 2:43 PM

SmartAVI unveiled its newly redesigned StretcherPro display wall solution. StretcherPro has been a highly successful member of the SmartAVI video display solutions family for the past two years; this newly redesigned model comes fully capable of broadcasting high-definition DVI-D video and images at resolutions up to 1920x1200 over a 2x2 videowall/digital signage configuration using realtime scaling. The hardware is capable of stretching an image over four display screens, each displaying 1/4 of the original image, while maintaining perfect resolution of each screen.

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