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Mitsubishi Expands LCD Line-up

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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Products Division is introducing three high-end LCD monitors. The three new monitors have viewing areas of 32, 40 and 46 inches diagonally, and offer WXGA (1366x768) resolution in a 16:9 video format.

The impressive trio of monitors include the 32” MDT321S, ideal for professional graphic designers or two-screen desktop users, the 40” MDT402S and the 46” MDT461S. These larger screens are increasingly being seen in meeting rooms, video conferencing settings and even tiled for vibrant displays. The tile matrix application is made easier by strategic In/Out RS232c port placement on the two larger units, and all of the monitors have true WXGA resolution in the coveted 16:9 video format, and special screen saver features to reduce the possibility of burn-in.

Maximum LCD brightness and color purity in all of the units translate into sharper images, more legible text, detailed line graphics and superior video output. The lasting performance inherent in LCD monitors is also enhanced by a super high contrast ratio from Mitsubishi: 1000:1 in the MDT402S and MDT461S, and 600:1 in the MDT321S.

The LCD technology provides the depth and detail necessary for even the most demanding environments, and with their sleek black finish and landscape/portrait positions, Mitsubishi’s new monitors fit perfectly into office and executive environments as well as public areas, classrooms, commercial displays and video wall presentation sites.

All of the new LCD monitors are network-enabled through third party devices for improved control and adjustments. Accessing menus and control information through the Internet or a LAN is easy and efficient; a monitor can be controlled and observed from anywhere within an enterprise—or the world. In addition, the monitors come with their own scheduling controls for easy planning of on/off, presentation timing, image changeovers and more. Mitsubishi’s automatic long cable feature adjusts voltage and maintains signal integrity for high performance under long distance conditions.

Like Mitsubishi’s award-winning line of projectors, the
MDT321S, MDT402S and MDT461S offer proprietary color adjustment for precise color control in critical business and professional applications such as design or medical imaging. Red, green and blue as well as cyan, yellow and magenta levels can all be independently adjusted.


Mitsubishi Expands LCD Lineup

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics Americas Presentation Products Division is introducing three high-end LCD monitors. The three new monitors have viewing areas of 32-, 40- and 46-inches diagonally, and offer WXGA (1366x768) resolution in a 16:9 video format.

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