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SGI Announces Flat Screen Display for Technical Professionals
Posted Thu July 12, 2001 @08:34AM
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Hardware SGI is breaking new ground with their line of critically acclaimed flat panel displays. The latest is the F180 Flat Panel Display which boasts an 18.1-inch display with 1280x1024 resolution.

An excerpt from the press release:

The new Silicon Graphics F180 display uses Advanced In-Plane Switching (AIPS) technology in the LCD, which yields higher brightness, increased contrast and wider color gamut than previously available on comparable LCD displays. This leading-edge technology enables more accurate image representation and crisper display for advanced graphics applications such as manufacturing, medical imaging, animation and simulation.
I've seen the older 1600SW Flat Panel and the images are beautiful. The problem I have with digital displays is their inherent "native" resolution and the fact that image quality is poor if you run them at some other resolution. The unit will be available at the end of July and carry a list price of $1,495US.

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