Planar Unveils Three New Widescreen LCD Monitors
Planar has announced the addition of three widescreen LCD desktop monitors to its PX product line. The new 26-, 24- and 22-inch PX widescreen displays increase productivity and performance by providing up to 82 percent more screen space than a standard 4:3 19-inch display. Planar's new displays were developed to sustain high-end graphics and other demanding applications required by specific specialty markets, such as graphic design, video editing and computer-assisted design manufacturing (CAD/CAM), finance, advertising and marketing professionals. Widescreen displays, such as the PX line, are capable of displaying multiple application windows, Web pages, or documents simultaneously, which limits the time spent switching between windows and programs.
Planar's new widescreen PX monitors are capable of displaying two full pages, side-by-side, with the toolbars and software palettes customers require for maximum productivity. Planar's PX displays also support the latest operating systems, which are increasingly moving to a widescreen format. In addition, these monitors can be bundled with a widescreen laptop for seamless support and a more user friendly display.
- Planar's RapidVideo accelerator and 5ms gray-to-gray response rate for the best video performance even with fast motion;
- DVI-D, VGA video inputs and 4-Port USB 2.0 for flexible monitor setup and an easy interface with printers and other peripherals;
- QuadStand with an extended 2.2 inches of height adjustment and 340 degrees swivel;
- WUXGA 1920 x 1200 widescreen resolution.
- Planar's RapidVideo accelerator and contrast ratio 6ms gray-to-gray response time;
- DVI-D, VGA video inputs;
- QuadStand with over 3.5 inches of height adjustment and 25 degrees of tilt;
- WUXGA 1920 x 1200 widescreen resolution;
- Exceptional crisp, clear images, text and beautiful rich colors at any angle.
- DVI-D (with HDCP) and VGA video inputs;
- Built-in TrueMedia speakers and headphone jack;
- WSXGA+ 1680 x 1050 widescreen resolution;
- 36 percent more room screen space than a standard 19" 4:3 monitor.
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