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Jupiter reaches deeper into the world of displays at ISE 2022

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Jupiter is a global leader in processors and in this interview AVNation’s Tim Albright chats with Jupiter’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Justin Shong, to find out what’s new for the company.

Freshly announced for ISE 2022 Jupiter has decided to release a 21:9 aspect ratio family of monitors including 105-inch and 84-inch displays and a 34-inch desktop collaboration that will exist in both interactive and non-interactive options. The displays are packed with features and abilities that are bound to excite users. Anyone from artists to engineers will be able to take advantage of this line.

These products have a wide range of uses from conference room displays to digital signage.

To learn more about Jupiter and their new line of displays visit their websiteCheck out this video and our entire ISE 2022 coverage right here.

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