Archive for the ‘Monitor and Display Technology’ Category
Ferrari fans, here’s a monitor awaiting you to buy, the Ferrari limited edition Acer F-22bid LCD monitor. There were only 500 units produced, this 22-inch LCD monitor comes with HDMI/DVI-D24/D-Sub, 20,000:1 contrast ratio, 300cd/m2 brightness, 1,680×1,050 WSXGA resolution and 2ms response time.
Philips has released new line of LCD TVs called Flavors that comes with interchangeable frames. It is available in 22 inch, 32 inch and 42 inch. The 42-inch variant features Full HD resolution (1080p), 30,000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 500cd/m2 brightness and two HDMI port. They are priced at €549, €799 and €1,199 respectively. Each of the purchase will include two interchangeable frames.
LG Display has started the mass production of its 17.1-inch LCD panels for Notebook PC on 16th September 2008. This LCD is equipped with RGB LED backlight technology, first time in the industry. The RGB LED backlight technology uses LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamps that emit three primary colors of red, green and blue.
The color reproduction rate of the LCD with RGB LED backlight reaches up to 105 percent ~ 40% more colors and 30% better contrast ratio comparing to the conventional CCFL models.
Additionally, this LCD is also a eco-friendly part as it is mercury-free.
The slimmest, the sexiest LCD from Sony, the Sony Bravia KLV-40ZX1M LCD TV. Due to be available in December 2008. The KLV-40ZX1M LCD TV measures at 9.9mm deep and weighs only 26 pounds, it can be wall mounted too. Features 1080p resolution, LED backlighting, 120Hz Motionflow technology for smooth on-screen movement, Bravia Engine 2 video processing, an HDMI input and more more more.
Sharp has announced their latest North American LCD TV, the D65U series of LCD HDTV’s. It features:
• Native 1080p resolution
• 42″ to 52″ sizes
• Energy Star-compliant
• Active backlight and contrast controls
• Sharp’s Advanced Super View and Black TFT Panel technologies
• 176-degrees viewing angle
• Five HDMI ports
• Two composite inputs
• One S-video, PC-in, and RS-232C
There will be 42, 46 and 52 inches available and will priced at $1600, $1900 and $2400 respectively in October. More pictures after the break. Read more…
Sony is proud to introduce its sexy world’s thinnest LCD TV, called it Sony KDL-40ZX1. It is a 40-inches LCD TV that measures only at 9.9mm thick and weighs 26 pounds. Featuring LED backlighting, 3,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz MotionFlow tech, x.v.Color, BRAVIA Engine 2 image processing and priced only at $4,474 after conversion from ¥. This slimmy will be released in Japan on November 10th, 2008.
You have seen the 3mm OLED TV from Sony and today Sony is developing a 0.3mm OLED TV. That’s roughly equal to the thickness of a playing card. Wow! It’s definitely be a great tool for conman in casino.
BTC(www.btc.co.kr) has launched a 26-inch multimedia LCD monitor ‘Zeus 8000 260MS Delux’ in Korea market. In two tone color with high-gloss finish, it comes with HDMI, DVI, D-SUB and multi-card reader slot, the Zeus 8000 260MS Delux supports 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, 10,000:1 contrast ratio, 450 cd/m² brightness and 5ms response speed. A suggested price ~ 599,000 KRW excluding the girl. More pictures after the break. Read more…
Great! Driver needs the GPS and passenger needs entertainment. Now, Hyundai is looking towards incorporating the dual-view LCD technology for their future vehicles. This new technology allows two different views between the driver and the front passenger from one centrally mounted LCD display. Meaning to say, the driver can check outs the GPS and at the other side, the front passenger can enjoy movie. Hyundai will be putting on this technology in its Grandeur saloons first.
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Here’s the Sony Bravia portable B4000 LCD TV. It is available in 20, 23, and 26-inch and each of them comes with virtual surround sound, Sony’s trademark “BRAVIA Engine,” dual HDMI ports, and integrated Freeview digital TV tuners. It has a handgrip at the back which makes the BRAVIA B4000-Series easily and safely portable. No words on pricing and availability.
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