May 23, 2012 2:20 PM, By Mark Johnson
Panasonic offers the Viera consumer line up that includes the WT Series of HDTVs. The TC-LC55WT50 offers Active Shutter Progressive 3D with a native resolution of 1920x1080p and features IPS LED LCD Panel Technology. The IPS panel features high-speed response and an eight-phase backlight scanning technology that reduces blur and flicker. The display provides a 178-degree viewing angle and Viera remote app for control with a smartphone or tablet.
The Samsung full HD 1080p EX line (400EX, 460EX, and 550EX) line of LED backlit LCD feature 40in., 46in., and 55in. models and are just 1.6in. deep. The 400EXn, 460EXn, and 550EXn feature an integrated PC and MagicInfo Pro and MagicInfo I software for a web-based server for remote content management.
The PN-E702 and PN-E602 70in. and 60in. professional LED displays from Sharp feature full array LED backlighting on the PN-E702 and edge-lit LED backlighting on the PN-E602. Standard inputs include HDMI and PC analog D-sub. An optional interface expansion board provides for additional inputs, including DVI-D, component video, S-Video, and BNC PC analog RGB inputs. Both displays feature full HD 1920x1080 resolution.
Toshiba’s PA3885U-1LC2 21.5in. LED HD monitor features 1920x1080 full HD resolution and a 5-millisecond video response time. Inputs are VGA, DVI, HDMI, and audio with corresponding cables included. The viewing angle is 170-degrees horizontal x 160-degrees vertical.
The VT4210LED from ViewSonic is a 42in. display with LED backlighting and includes dual HDMI ports VGA input HDTV/QAM tuner and USB input. The display features 1920x1080 resolution with a viewing angle of 176-degrees horizontal by 176-degrees vertical. Due out is a line of four interactive backlit LED displays ranging in size from 42in. up to 70in. The screens can function with either the included stylus or fingertip swipes.
The 55in. Westinghouse LED HDTV LD-5580Z features a viewing angle of 170-degrees horizontal x 176-degrees vertical and 1920x1080 native resolution. Inputs include RF, composite, component, D-sub, and three HDMI connections.
Wohler’s RMQ-230 Series Quad Split allows simultaneous monitoring of four video sources, with independent controls for each source. The three models in the series are distinguished by the variety of inputs. The viewing angle is 178-degrees, horizontal and vertical.
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