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The BZ40H series

Remote education

Sony unveils its Bravia 4K HDR BZ40H series of displays

Sony has unveiled its Bravia 4K HDR BZ40H series of displays that have designed with flexibility, connectivity and ease of use in mind. The lineup includes 55-inch (FW-55BZ40H), 65-inch (FW-65BZ40H), 75-inch (FW-75BZ40H) and 85-inch (FW-85BZ40H) options for use in various education applications.

The BZ40H series combines Sony’s System on a Chip (SoC) platform with “intelligent, convenient professional features”, providing flexibility to customise the display to meet any educational facility’s requirements. Other products in the Bravia series have also been redesigned with a flat bottom bezel, all aluminium bezel, a reinforced rear cabinet and all input terminal position on the side.


The screens form part of a new remote learning solution from Sony that combines the MAS-A100 beamforming microphone with its Edge Analytic appliance, enabling lecturers to teach and students to learn remotely. The combination of Edge Analytics, MAS-A100, Sony PTZ cameras, projectors and the new Bravia 4K displays when used together gives universities a complete solution for distance learning in these challenging times. Once installed, there are fewer touchpoints and very few, if any, AV staff required to work the system. The solution also enables teaching to be customised for any requirements, irrespective of whether students are allowed on campus or not, or if a classroom is limited to a certain number of people at a time to adhere to social distancing rules.

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