News | November 02, 2006

NEC Displays Four New LCDs

NEC announced it will display four new LCDs, ranging from multimodality monitors to dedicated mammography displays, at RSNA 2006, extending its lines of displays for professional, mammography and OR applications .
The new MultiSync LCD2690WUXi, a 2.3-megapixel, 25.5-inch wide-screen LCD offers a 6.5-millisecond response time (gray to gray), plus a Horizontal in Plane Switching (H-IPS) module for color representation. The panel reportedly reduces off-angle color shift.
NEC’s line of professional displays will expand to include LCD2690WUXi, a detachable stand that is height-adjustable, which is packaged with the X-Light Pro backlight/sensor design, which is designed to keep brightness and color settings over the useful life of the display.
The company’s bew 5-megapixel grayscale display MD205MG-CB, is designed for mammography applications and to support grayscale tones in both 10-bit and 8-bit. NEC plans to release the system in April 2007 following FDA 510(k) clearance.
NEC will also unveil a new line of monitors – a 40-inch and 46-inch LCD – for the OR, teaching facilities and digital signage environments.

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