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Upgrade your messaging with the Samsung QET series displays. Offering stunning 4K resolution with Samsung Crystal Display technology, the QET series delivers a premium picture while still fitting your budget. Its powerful Crystal 4K processor and intelligent upscaling technology ensure all content is displayed in UHD resolution with colorful, sharp detail. The three-sided bezel-less design integrates seamlessly into any environment. And Samsung’s MagicINFO Lite provides a simple way to manage content.


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Powerful Crystal UHD Picture Quality

With an ultra-fast Crystal 4K processor and Crystal UHD resolution, you can capture your customer’s attention by showcasing lifelike images and intricate details better than ever before. Content will be displayed with more accurate and smoother color in brilliant 4K, no matter the source.

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Incredible UHD picture quality

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Samsung’s QET series displays images in ultra-high definition to immediately grab customer attention with lifelike details and advanced picture quality.

QET Series Display with pre-scheduled promotional pictures at a coffee shopQET Series Display with pre-scheduled promotional pictures at a coffee shop

Load and Share Content With Ease

Each QET Series display leverages the integrated MagicINFO Lite Player to bring a range of on-demand or pre-scheduled images and videos to life. You can load new content either by connecting your personal laptop directly to the display’s built-in port or transferring from a compatible USB drive. For added convenience, the QET Series allows you to store content in a specific folder that will play without the need for separate scheduling.

Control Displays in Multiple Locations Instantly

A connection to the MagicINFO server allows remote monitoring and management of QET Series displays. Device information, content playback schedules, network data monitoring, time scheduling, alarms and various controls are all available remotely, without needing to be in front of the displays.

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Slim and Modern Design

The sleek, elegant and minimalistic design helps to draw customers into the screen's content from any angle. And with a super-slim bezel-less design, the QET Series keeps the focus on your content and blends seamlessly into virtually any business environment.

16/7 Operation Time

The QET Series is built to operate reliably 16 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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