Barco's Coronis 5MP display station has been engineered for very demanding medical imaging applications. The high-grade 5MP system offers film-like images with ultra-high resolution (2048 x 2560), high luminance and high contrast ratio. Furthermore, the 21.3-inch LCD provides image quality without pixelization, a wide viewing angle and perfect geometry, said the company. The integrated Coronis Portrait Accelerator assures full performance in portrait mode. The state-of-the-art 5 MegaPixel display system ensures low life cycle cost, user-friendliness and increased productivity. Its high resolution
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