What's New: Video Technology

NEC Display Solutions' new MultiSync LCD3735WXM large-format, widescreen monitor delivers true display convergence performance to premium-conscious prosumers and style-centric digital signage applica 12/01/2006 7:00 AM Eastern

What's New: Video Technology

Dec 1, 2006 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon and Charissa Young


NEC Display Solutions' new MultiSync LCD3735WXM large-format, widescreen monitor delivers true display convergence performance to premium-conscious pro-sumers and style-centric digital signage applications. While the display's sleek design seamlessly adapts to décor-rich interiors, its functionality easily accommodates the multimedia demands of the convergence of Internet and broadcast entertainment. The new monitor offers an ATSC high-definition TV tuner, as well as VGA, DVI, and HDCP video connectivity. It also provides S-Video, component, and composite video inputs for an extensive range of audiovisual peripherals. The display boasts a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 9ms response time (gray-to-gray), a contrast ratio of 1600:1, and native resolution of 1366×768 for superior-quality text and graphics performance. ▪ NEC Display Solutions


Boxlight's CD-727x projector offers 2600 ANSI lumens, XGA resolution, vertical keystone correction, and RS-232 network functionality. At 7.8lbs, this unit can easily be moved from room to room. The projector also features multiple inputs, a contrast ratio of 2000:1, and a DVI-I input for use in medium to large venues. ▪ Boxlight |


Panasonic introduced the Pro:Idiom digital rights management system for its line of specially designed high-definition plasma displays for hoteliers. Developed specifically for the lodging industry, Pro:Idiom protects satellite-delivered HD programming and video-on-demand (VOD) content against piracy at every point in the distribution chain, including the television. The displays' flexible, multi-function slot architecture allows hotels to equip the panel with a Pro:Idiom-enhanced tuner board compatible with major VOD/pay per view (PPV) systems and provide guests with access to a wide variety of high-quality, high-definition programming. The card also supports Panasonic's full range of professional displays. ▪ Panasonic Broadcast


Samsung's new SyncMaster XL20 20in. monitor is designed for color-critical applications and offers extremely accurate color temperature, linear color tracking, brightness uniformity, and color reproduction. The monitor features an LED Back Light Unit (BLU) and an intuitive tool that corrects color differences between monitors and printers. Other features include a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 178-degree viewing angle, an 8ms response time, and a resolution of 1600×1200. ▪ Samsung Electronics


Viewsonic's ND4210w fully integrated IP-enabled 42in. LCD display provides an easy network connection without a dedicated PC to allow the user to control content from anywhere. The display features a 40GB storage hard drive and is based on open standards including standard IP protocols for content management and streaming high-definition video. It features a Mozilla Web browser that allows users to view HTML web pages, including Adobe Flash animations, while also streaming MPEG-1/-2/-4 video signals in realtime. ▪ Viewsonic |

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