ViewSonic LCD has the clarity
- 25 June, 2003 12:38
ViewSonic claims its latest LCD display offers 10 times the pixel density of some competitors. The VP2290b is a 9.2 mega-pixel display producing photo-like images that the vendor is targeting at niche applications such as medical reference, engineering design and digital content creation where clarity is essential. With a density of 204 pixels per inch and a resolution format up to 3800x2400 QUXGA, the vendor claims the 22.2-inch display has the highest resolution available in the world. Other features include a widescreen format for displaying two pages simultaneously, a 16:10 aspect ratio, 235-nits of high brightness, 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles and a 400:1 contrast ratio. The VP2290b is distributed by Ingram Micro.