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Cool Digital Media Displays for In-Store Retail

I've previously imagined how digital media displays could be utilized to help create a compelling in-store advertising experience for innovative retailers looking to try something different. A unique display product category will make this vision possible.

Radiant Displays has announced four new LED digital sign product lines. The XGO, Incite, BrightWriter and the MeshFX that represent the next generation of outdoor and indoor LED digital signage products. Radiant Displays is a manufacturer of LED signs and video displays based out of Grass Valley, California.

Pamela Thompson, founder of Radiant Displays, claims that the Radiant Displays LED products were developed specifically for the wholesale market based on several key features of paramount importance to any reseller: superior quality LED products, competitive pricing, and ease of serviceability.

Radiant Displays is now shipping the XGO, Incite, and BriteWriter product lines. The MeshFX is expected to ship in January, 2007. MeshFX is a new transparent mesh LED display. The MeshFX displays full-color media on a transparent grid, allowing objects to be seen through and behind the display.

Pamela referred me to a video demo of a competitor's version of the MeshFX, and it was truly impressive. With a solid display placed in the rear, and the mesh display in the forefront, the resulting three dimensional effects were incredible. IMHO, no standard web page image can do justice to these products, because you really have to see an animated visual to fully appreciate the creative potential of the display.

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