Formac Electronic Inc.
has unveiled a new 20.1-inch LCD screen, the US$1,699 gallery 2010. The new display sports a resolution of 1,600 by 1,200 pixels and comes with either an ADC or DVI interface. It’ll be released at the end of the month.
Targeted to pros working in color-critical applications (desktop-publishing, pre-press, video editing, digital imaging, etc.), the gallery 2010 utilizes Fujitsu’s Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment (MVA) Premium technology and conforms to Pantone display standards.
The Formac gallery 2010 guarantees a color purity of EBU 85 percent (European Broadcast Union), and features a viewing angle of up to 170 degrees without gray scale inversion or color distortion, allowing it to be calibrated accurately for professional color matching. It sports brightness rated at 250 cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 500:1. The display also boasts a pixel response time of 25ms.
The gallery 2010 comes equipped with the patent pending Formac Display Connector (FDC), which combines USB, power, and video in one cable and interfaces via Apple Display Connector (ADC) or Digital Visual Interface (DVI). The FDC also supports the integrated two-port powered USB hub at the backside for plug-and-play connections to peripherals.
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