Evvoli Launches 98-Inch Android TV Display for a Fraction of the Cost
Dubai-based company, Evvoli, has launched a 98-inch Android TV display that is set to shake up the market. The flagship display, 98EV600MA, is being sold for just under 10,000 Emirati Dirham, which is about £2,300 or $2,700, excluding sales tax. This is a fraction of the cost of other rival displays, especially when compared to digital signage and large format displays.
The 98-inch display is a reasonably capable model, suitable for both entertainment and business purposes. Although no one has yet reviewed it, the spec sheet alone is impressive. The display doubles as an Android TV, making it a versatile option for consumers.
Evvoli is owned by Masa FZE and is making a splash in the market with its offering. The company is refreshing and surprising, considering the size of the display and the cost. The 98-inch screens are the next big thing when it comes to display, and Evvoli is leading the way with its affordable option.
Evvoli’s 98-inch Android TV display is a game-changer in the market. The company is offering a high-quality display at a fraction of the cost of other rival displays. The display is versatile and suitable for both entertainment and business purposes. Evvoli is a refreshing and surprising company, and its offering is sure to make a splash in the market.
Is the Evvoli 98EV600MA a Viable Alternative to Commercial Digital Signage Displays?
When it comes to digital signage displays, the price tag can be quite hefty. For instance, Samsung’s 98-inch commercial 4K UHD display (QB98T-B) retails for $8,125, while LG’s digital signage equivalent, the 98-inch 98UH5F-H/EU, comes in at $9,123 and Nec’s MultiSync C981Q commands a cool $8,665. However, for businesses that cannot justify such high acquisition costs, a traditional TV may be a reasonable alternative.
A TV with a Laser Remote
The Evvoli 98EV600MA is a 4K UHD model with Google Assistant built-in and Google TV as the default platform. Its native, standard resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels, which translates into a larger dot pitch. It is compatible with Dolby Atmos but lacks a subwoofer; there are four speakers though delivering a total of 60W. It uses Mini LED technology to deliver up to 450 nits typical brightness and a higher-than-expected 120Hz refresh rate.
Where it does impress is connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 5, SPDIF, two USB ports, three HDMI 2.1 connectors, and even an Ethernet port. The presence of potentially noisy fans at the back to cool the components may unsettle some buyers though.
Engineers at Evvoli had the bright idea of bundling a separate sleek Apple-esque laser pointer, great for interactive presentations and Powerpoint slides. Just remember that this is not an interactive display or a digital whiteboard.
While commercial digital signage displays may have features that justify the heftier price tag, the Evvoli 98EV600MA is a viable alternative for businesses that cannot justify such high acquisition costs. With its impressive connectivity and sleek laser remote, it is definitely worth considering.