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NEC Display Solutions Launches New 30-Inch MultiSync LCD3090W-BK-SV Display

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  1. malware New Member

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    NEC Display Solutions of America today introduced LCD3090W-BK-SV - the big brother of the freshly released 26-inch MultiSync LCD2690WUXi² that we covered yesterday here. The 30-inch MultiSync LCD3090W-BK-SV is a wide-gamut display designed for users in the graphic design, digital animation, photography, print production, image analysis and CAD/CAM industries, as well as soft-copy clinical viewing in the medical field. It benefits from the company's ColorComp technology, which reduces LCD uniformity errors, in-plane switching (IPS) matrix and advanced backlight technology that enable the monitor to cover 107% of AdobeRGB color gamut. In addition, this display comes with a SpectraViewII color calibration sensor and software for precise calibration. The 30-inch MultiSync 3090 has a native resolution of 2560x1600 pixels, a G-T-G response time of 6ms (12ms typical), a brightness of 350 cd/m2, and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Input connection include single DVI-D (HDCP), and a DVI-I (digital/analog). The LCD3090W-BK-SV, which is backed by a 4-year parts and labor warranty, will be available this month with estimated street prices of $2,449. The new display can also be seen at the 2009 Macworld Conference and Expo that started today. For more detailed information, please click here.


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  2. Apocolypse007

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    107% of the RGB color gamut? Nice, but at the price of a high end computer, I could never justify spending this much on a monitor alone.
  3. lemonadesoda


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    Said it before, will say it again, I do wish TFT manufs. would make a hi-res higher pixel density TFT. Vista and W7 have scaleable desktops. That means if we had 2560x1600 on a 24" screen, things dont have to be tiny, they could scale. And with that resolution, images and fonts (text) would look fantastic!

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