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WM408i technical requirements

The technical requirements, including computer and operating system, for the W408i system.

Before you install a Nureva Wall system we recommend you meet or exceed the minimum requirements for the system.

If you're looking for Span™ Workspace technical requirements, check here.

Operating System

The operating systems that support Span Workspace are as follows:

Windows® 10        

Windows 8

Windows 7




*The Nureva Wall utilities are only compatible with Windows 10 or higher.

Computer requirements

Computer(s) attached to the projector(s)
Span Workspace requirements
Windows 10 (64 bit only)
.NET Framework 4.7 or higher
Hardware requirements
Image resolution
1920 x 1016 at 60 Hz
Minimum Intel i5 or higher (64bit)
4 GB minimum. Recommend 8 GB or more if many images are being uploaded to the canvas
Hard disk
2 GB of available space may be required
Video memory
2 GB RAM per display
USB 2.0 high speed port
Graphics processor with DirectX® 9.0 compatible or better

To see all the hardware and parts you must supply in order to install your Nureva Wall, see the Hardware and tools checklist.

For hardware specifications see the specification sheets.

The declaration of these specifications is not an expression of guaranteed performance in any of the environments listed.

Last updated: June 18, 2019

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