New cruise ship TVs

2021-08-30T17:03:30+00:00 August 30th, 2021|Technology|

LG Business Solutions is introducing a series of smart TVs specifically designed for cruise staterooms and crew cabins.

The company said that the new TVs will deliver an enhanced viewing experience with customisable hospitality and entertainment interfaces for cruise ship operators.

With models available in 43-, 32-, 28- 24- and 22-inch size ranges, the voice-controlled and Wi-Fi connected TVs will allow cruise lines to offer a variety of services and entertainment options in any size cabin. These Pro:Centric Smart TVs will also offer specialist service menus, allowing ship operators to create custom branded digital experiences, the company said.

The Pro:Centric software will provide a number of critical features for cruise ship environments, including support for 39 languages, one-click service tools, webOS 4.5 smart TV features, remote system management and easy-to-use templates and pages for custom on-screen interfaces to provide information and services to guests.

They will also allows cruise operators to enable wireless streaming of music and video content from passengers’ mobile devices and laptops through Smart Share, Screen Share and Bluetooth Sound Sync technologies.

The 43-inch class 4K UHD cruise ship smart TV displays images four times sharper than HDTV and enhances content to take advantage of the TV’s eight million pixels. The 32-inch class and 28-inch series Pro:Centric smart TVs for cruise ships will be compatible with standard 200 x 200 and 100 x 100 VESA wall mounts, respectively, and both have dual 5 W stereo speakers.

Meanwhile, the 24-inch Pro:Centric cruise ship smart TV will be compatible with a standard 75 x 75 VESA wall mount and will also have dual 5 W stereo speakers. It also features a standard desktop mount.

In addition to the wide variety of interface options and connectivity solutions, all five cruise ship TV models will include the Pro:Idiom digital rights management system designed to provide access to high-value content while helping to deter video piracy.