What's New: Video Technology
Jan 1, 2008 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon and Eric Melin
Runco International has announced its largest plasma display to date, the 103in. CinemaWall XP-103DHD flatpanel. This 1080p display includes DVI with HDCP and RS-232 inputs for connection to its outboard DHD digital controller. The XP-103DHD features a wealth of inputs and switching, and it incorporates ViVix II digital video-processing technology, which prevents distortion-causing double scaling. It also provides premium aspect-ratio control, optimizing signal reproduction for anamorphic, letterbox, and 4:3 content. Its VirtualWide technology converts 4:3 video to the display's native 16:9 while retaining image integrity.
▪ Runco International | www.runco.com
Da-Lite has introduced the 184in. HDTV-format diagonal size to several of its electric projection screens. The 184in. diagonal has a 90"×160" viewing area, and it expands Da-Lite's existing seamless HDTV offerings. Da-Lite Contour, Advantage Deluxe, Advantage, Boardroom, and Director front-projection designs are available in the new size, as are the Tensioned Contour, Tensioned Advantage Deluxe, Tensioned Advantage, and Tensioned Director in front-projection, rear-projection, and audio-transparent microperforated fabrics.
▪ Da-Lite Screen Company | www.da-lite.com
NEC Display Solutions' new dual-display desktop LCD product bundle provides a sizable increase in desktop workspace with two NEC 19in. MultiSync LCD195VX+ displays and the Matrox DualHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module (GXM) external multidisplay upgrade. The thin bezels of the NEC LCD displays create an near-seamless transition from one display to the other, and they feature a 600:1 contrast ratio. The space-saving, palm-sized Matrox GXM makes the resolution and dual-display setup easy.
▪ NEC Display Solutions | www.necdisplay.com
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