Grand Canyon monitors range from 76 to 92 inches

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Tired of that puny little 23-inch Apple Cinema Display? Then Libermann Inc., a high-end computer and technology manufacturer, has just what you need: the new Grand Canyon Professional Desktop Monitors Series, which are available in 76-inch, 81-inch and 92-inch sizes. All are Mac compatible.

Built especially for graphics, digital photography, design, rich-content creation, video, audio, advertising and presentation professionals, the monitors have resolutions from 5120 x 1024 pixels to 25x VGA resolution at 6400x1200 pixels and 16.7 million colors. They feature RGB auto-geometry sensing color correction and a set of hardware anti-aliasing double-depth filtering technologies that smoothes pixel patterns and softens the edges of graphics and text, as well as blending and conveying subtleties on visuals, according to Libermann. The Dynamic Phase-Timing Circuitry (DPTC) helps eliminate cluttering and ghosting. The Grand Canyon's panels are coated with a double anti-glare hard coat and an ultra-thin UV-668 filter, providing increased contrast ratio and glare reduction.

The Grand Canyon series sport DVI and D-Sub video interfaces and brightness ranges of 300 cd/m2 (the 76-inch model) and 350 cd/m2 (the 81-inch and 92-inch displays). The 76-inch monitor costs US$8,499.99, the 81-incher is $12,499.99 and the 92-inch version is $17,499.99.

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