has introduced the VP2290b, a Mac compatible 9.2 megapixel (27.2 million RGB dots) LCD display that produces photo-like images.
|<?php virtual(“/includes/boxad.inc”); ?>
Targeted to markets where “clarity is essential” — such as medical reference, engineering design, digital content creation, satellite image analysis and film editing and restoration — the new display delivers 10 times the pixel density of typical LCD displays, according to Seth Ngin, ViewSonic product manger. With a density of 204 pixels per inch and a resolution format up to 3840 x 2400 QUXGA, the 22.2-inch VP2290b offers the highest resolution currently available in the world, he added.
The display also features a wide-screen format that can display two-full pages simultaneously, along with a 16:10 aspect ratio, 235-nits of high brightness, and a 400:1 contrast ratio. It has a broad color gamut of 16.7 million colors, 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles and a pure digital interface.
The display will be on sale in August at an estimated street price of US$7,999.