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TVLogic Debuts OLED, LCD Monitors

At the NAB 2010 Show, TVLogic announced a variety of new display products, including the first broadcast and professional OLED monitors. The two 15-inch OLED displays boast a wide color gamut, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, fast image response, and a full 180-degree viewing angle.

At this week's NAB 2010 Show in Las Vegas, TVLogic announced a variety of new display products, including the first broadcast and professional OLED monitors. The two 15-inch Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) displays boast a wide color gamut, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, fast image response, and a full 180-degree viewing angle, according to the company.

The LEM-150L1 is a 15-inch, 16:9 Active Matrix OLED (AMOLED) monitor designed for film and broadcast monitoring. It has a native 1366x768 resolution, and full HD/SDI input and output support, along with 3G and dual-link. It's expected to ship within a month and cost $6,150.

The TDM-150W is a 3D OLED monitor designed for stereoscopic cinema and broadcast production monitoring. It uses a 15-inch, 16:9 AMOLED screen and a native 1366x768 resolution combined with active shutter glasses. The TDM-150W includes full HD/SDI input and output support, including 3G and dual-link. When it ships it will cost $7,695, according to the company

TVLogic also debuted the new LUM-560W, a 56-inch 4K LCD display. It displays 4K video at 3840x2160 resolution, or on four selectable 1920x1080 screens via four HDMI, DVI, and SDI inputs and source signals up to 3G-SDI. It features 10-bit color, plus a 1,500:1 contrast ration, an audio disembedder with built-in speakers, RS-422 control, and support for TVLogic Color Calibration Utility. TVLogic officials say it's aimed at the digital cinema, military, industrial, and medical imaging markets.

Finally, the company showed off new 3G-ready displays, including the LVM-403W, LVM-463W, and LVM-553W 40-, 46-, and 55-inch models. Equipped with LED backlights, the displays use 120 Hz real-time frame-rate conversion for improved image response and motion rending, say company officials. The LED backlight helps achieve a reported 5,000:1 contrast ratio and improved viewing angle. Other standard features include 3G (level A/B) and dual-link support, closed caption 608/708 support, and auto calibration.

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LEM-150L1
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LUYM-560W


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