SIGGRAPH 2005 - NEC Display Solutions Debuts LED-Backlit LCD

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    RSD99 Guest

    From SIGGRAPH 2005 report by Computer Graphics World:

    NEC Display Solutions Debuts LED-Backlit LCD
    NEC Display Solutions, a stand-alone vendor of flat panel desktop displays,
    has announced the delivery of the NEC SpectraView LCD2180WG monitor.
    Reportedly the first desktop display in the market to feature a light
    emitting diode (LED) backlight, the new professional-grade monitor is
    designed to deliver unprecedented levels of image detail and color scale to
    demanding users in such fields as digital animation, graphic design, and
    film, video, and photo editing and production. The backlight technology
    produces more detail and greater nuances on digital images than virtually
    any fluorescent lamp-based (CCFL) LCD or phosphor-based CRT on the market
    today. And NEC's advanced super-fine TFT technology combines with the LED
    backlight system to achieve an ultra-wide color gamut, as well as to reduce
    color/contrast shift problems associated with changing viewing angles.
    Other features include 10-bit internal programmable Look Up Tables (LUTs),
    dual DVI inputs, and a maximum resolution of 3200x1200 dpi, enabling HDTV
    editing at 1920x1080 dpi resolution. http://www.nec.com


    I wonder if it's actually any "better" ... and how much it costs?
     
    RSD99, Aug 5, 2005
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    Hecate Guest

    and how it compares with Eizos which I *know* give great results.

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    Jason Warren Guest

    From what I found on the NEC website: $7000 "estimated" price. Ouch.

    Jason
     
    Jason Warren, Aug 8, 2005
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