ViewSonic's first mention from InfoComm was less than enthralling, but it's second attempt at making waves today is actually fairly decent. Marketed as an all-in-one digital signage solution for small businesses, the DSM3210 includes a 32-inch HDTV (complete with an HD tuner and HDMI / VGA inputs) along with authoring, packaging and presentation software to "create a complete digital signage and multimedia visual entertainment experience." Of note, the software bundled in is designed for Windows, so OS X / Linux users look to be clean out of luck. Reportedly, the kit will be available in July for just $999, but there's a good chance you'll have to wait until then to see what everything looks like.

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