Envision Peripherals Expands its Flat-panel Display Line
May 2, 2006 5:02 PM
Envision Peripherals (EPI), home to the AOC- and Envision-branded displays, announced it will unveil its new 42in. HDTV plasma screen from AOC at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas during 2006 International CES. EPI will also showcase a full range of high-performance digital display solutions including LCD flat-panel and plasma TVs and ultra-thin LCD monitors. The company is also planning to release a 50in. HDTV plasma in the second quarter of 2006. The new 42in. plasma has a suggested retail price of $1,799.00.
“EPI has developed its reputation as a leader in the HDTV and plasma TV market segment by satisfying the demands of customers seeking both high quality and superior values,” says Luke Ouyang, CE sales director for EPI. “As we enter the HDTV market in the U.S., we will continue to offer the latest product innovations. Though consumers are adopting new technologies, they also want to future-proof their next purchase with an investment in value. With its advanced feature set and competitive pricing, the 42in. AOC A42HD84 plasma offers the best value in this category.”
The new AOC A42HD84 plasma is equipped with a 42-in. widescreen ideal for both home and professional settings. Designed with a sleek, high-tech look and slim profile, the model fits into any room environment and provides vivid detail for presentations, video conferencing, signage, and home theater entertainment. It can be easily wall-mounted or sit atop an included pair of legs.
Boasting a 1024x768 resolution and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, the unit presents a sharp, crisp picture for virtually any video and computer application. An expansive 160-degree(H)x 60-degree(V) viewing angle offers increased visibility from side viewpoints. Built-in 10W total speakers provide an excellent audio complement to the crystal-clear images.
The plasma display panel features a dual NTSC/ATSC tuner for cable and digital broadcasts, and multiple RGB graphic and video inputs that allow direct computer hook-ups to various multimedia sources such as cable or a satellite set-top box, DVD player, game console, or digital video camera.
Configuring the plasma display to your personal preferences is simple with the multi-function remote control. A multiple picture mode offers normal, zoom, wide, and cinema options. A parental control V-chip, closed captioning and electronic program guide (EPG) round out the features.
The AOC A42HD84 42in. plasma will be available in the first quarter of 2006.