Sharp Systems of America has announced the
LCD monitor. The new 20.1-inch display is aimed at health care, computer aided design, digital imaging and other professional markets, according to the manufacturer.
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Equipped with a native resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels, the LL-T2020 features 10-bit gamma correction, a technology Sharp first introduced on its LL-T1820 18-inch LCD display. The gamma correction capabilities enable the monitor to display 10 bits of grayscale per subpixel — a total of 16.77 million colors, or 64 times what a “conventional” LCD display can show, according to Sharp.
The LL-T2020 has a 25ms response time, which eliminates latent images and ghosting. It also has a 170 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle. The display incorporates an anti-glare low reflection surface treatment. It’s equipped with two DVI-I connectors, and with an optional cable, can accept input from up to four computers. Users can select the active input using an operation panel. The display is equipped with a VESA-standard free mount so it can be attached to an arm or wall mount if you prefer.
The LL-T2020 is available for an estimated street price of US$1,999.