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Wacom adds new interactive pen displays for medical industry

Posted in Displays by Shane McGlaun on February 18th, 2010

Most people who are familiar with the Wacom name think of the line of consumer and artist focused graphics tablets that let users draw or write directly on their computer screen. Wacom also has a full line of pen-enabled displays that are aimed at use in medical and other markets.

Wacom has added a pair of new pen enabled displays to its line called the DTU-2231 and the DTU-1631. The 2231 is a 21.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 that is designed for use in medical fields like radiology and other medical professions. The screen lets doctors make notes directly on images and highlight areas for review by other health pros.

MIMOMonitors unveils new 710-S folding mini-monitor

Posted in Displays by Shane McGlaun on August 11th, 2009

mimiusbmonitor-sbEach time I use my netbook I think that it would be great if I had more screen space. The problem is that I am using my netbook for portability and a larger screen kills the portability. A second monitor to take with me when I am working from the netbook would be perfect.

The caveat again is that secondary screens are typically bulky and need a power outlet to work. MIMOMonitors has announced a new foldable mini-monitor for people who are on the go and need a lightweight and compact secondary screen.

SMART debuts ID422w pen display

Posted in Displays by Shane McGlaun on June 18th, 2009

smartid422w-sbDigital artists often need a pen input pad to get their work done. Using the pen input tablet digital artists can draw right on the screen just like they would on paper. The big drawback to that sort of display is the cost.

SMART has announced its first widescreen interactive pen display called the ID422w. The display features a HD display, 16:9 aspect ratio, and a 22-inch screen size. The pen is tethered and uses no batteries. The large screen’s resolution is compatible with the resolution of most PCs and notebooks according to SMART.

Eizo’s FlexScan monitors activate when you are near

Posted in Displays by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2009

Eizo's FlexScan monitors activate when you are nearIt’s a good idea. Not just because it’s cool, but also because it’s green. We’re talking monitors that activate or deactivate based on the mere presence of humans. It’s almost alive. Or may seem that way. It’s how Eizo’s 20-inch FlexScan EV2023W-H and 23-inch EV2303W-T roll. They’ll save you energy and money. And maybe help you shed some of that some of that green guilt.

The built-in motion sensor on the monitor switches to standby mode when a human is not detected for 40 seconds. Aside from that, both of these monitors are pretty typical. You’ll get 1600 × 900 native resolution, 178-degree viewing angles, and a 3000:1 contrast ratio for the EV2023W and 1920 × 1080 native resolution, 160-degree viewing angles, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio for the EV2303W.

MIMO Monitors delivers USB displays

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on February 5th, 2009

MIMO

Some new USB-powered monitors from MIMO Monitors are now available for those needing a supplemental display. The MIMO UM-710 and MIMO UM-740 are priced at around $130 and $200, respectively.

These new MIMO displays are both seven-inch secondary displays using a single USB 2.0 connection for both power and connectivity. They are designed to be portable and weigh around 1.3 pounds. They work with both Windows and Mac operating systems.

Dell ships new 22-inch widescreen display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on January 23rd, 2009

Dell 2209WA

Dell has quietly taken the wraps off a new 22-inch display said to have very solid color representation for its display size. It is called the 2209WA and prices around $300.

The Dell 2209WA is a 22-inch widescreen flat panel monitor, said Dell, which makes use of something called TrueColor to garner “deeper, more vibrant reds, greens and blues.” It offers 1680 x 1050 resolution, 300 cd/m² brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time and a vertical viewing angle of 178 degrees.

Samsung shows off uber thin display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2009

Samsung P2370L

One of the last new product cards Samsung had to deal at CES this year happens to be a rather nice looking new LED monitor. It is called the P2370L and it prices around $400.

The Samsung P2370L is of a super thin design, sporting a wrapper of just 0.65-inches. It makes use of a LED BLU, producing what Samsung says are more vibrant color and higher contrast ratios than other monitors. The contrast ratio is some 2,000,000:1.

D-Link Debuts SideStage USB Display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

D-Link SideStage

D-Link introduced today for multi-monitor lovers the SideStage, a USB-powered monitor which supplements one’s main computer display. The SideStage is set to ship later this year but no price is yet available.

The SideStage from D-Link is a seven-inch display for those who like displaying Windows on the primary screen while using a secondary screen for doing functions like instant messaging or running programs like Photoshop. It has an 800×400 resolution and weighs less than 1.5 pounds.

AOC V22 Verfino display

Posted in Displays by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2008

AOC V22 Verfino displayAOC is a company that has been delivering solid, affordable HDTVs /displays for a little while now. AOC’s V22 Verfino is a 22 inch LED backlit panel at 1,680 x 1,050 resolution that provides 100,000:1 contrast ratio, HDMI inputs, 2ms response time, Dynamic contrast ratio control.

This LCD monitor should be perfect for your gaming needs. There’s no price info just yet, but it will be coming in early 2009. Judging by AOC’s history, it’s probably reasonably priced.

Nanovision reveals 7-inch DisplayLink LCDs

Posted in Displays by Shane McGlaun on November 7th, 2008

MIMO DisplayLink LCDIt wasn’t too long ago that to get a second display often meant adding a second video card. For notebook users adding a second display was often impossible. When DisplayLink technology came to market adding more displays became much easier.

The latest DisplayLink LCD on the market comes from a Koran company called Nanovision. The company has announced a line of 7-inch DisplayLink LCDs that gets power and connectivity from the host PC over a single USB connection.

“Mac-like” AOC 2218Ph display dances that marketing jig

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on July 21st, 2008

AOC 2218Ph

AOC earlier this month rolled out a new 22-inch display which the maker things will give your PC a bit of that old Mac touch. It is called the AOC 2218Ph and pricing is said to be around $430.

The AOC 2218Ph sports “state-of-the-art metallic workmanship, piano-black bezel, polished aluminum cabinet and zinc multi-flex stand.” If that doesn’t jump up and make you say “that looks like a Mac!” than we don’t know what will. Seriously though, the 2218Ph looks pretty cool, even if the marketing is somewhat flawed.

Viewsonic delivers new 26-inch 1080p display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on July 3rd, 2008

ViewSonic VA2626wm

ViewSonic earlier this week unveiled a new wide format monitor which it is targeting towards those who enjoy media on their PCs. It is called the ViewSonic VA2626wm and pricing is said to be around $530.

The ViewSonic VA2626wm is a 26-inch display which offers 1080p HD support and multiple inputs, including HDMI, VGA and DVI with HDCP compatibility. It also has integrated into the body 2.5-inch dual stereo speakers with SRS WOW HD technology.

NEC announces new 26-inch business display

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on June 18th, 2008

NEC MultiSync EA261WM

NEC kicked off a new enterprise focused LCD series today with the unveiling of the NEC MultiSync EA261WM. This first display of the MultiSync Enterprise Advanced (EA) Series prices at around $670.

The NEC MultiSync EA261WM is a 26-inch widescreen display with 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. It is HDMI capable via an adapter and supports 720p and 1080p from DVI-D.

Soyo adds new two LCD displays to retail shelves

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on June 6th, 2008

Soyo Honeywell Arius LCD Monitor

Soyo, in addition to sending to market its 22-inch LCD TV, also said this week it was releasing 19- and 22-inch displays under its Honeywell Arius line. These displays will cost around $350 and $400, respectively.

The 22-inch wide LCD Monitor, said Soyo, features three USB ports as well as a built-in 1.3 mega pixel webcam and built-in microphone. The monitor will also feature 2ms response time, 300 nits brightness, 700:1 contrast ratio and a native resolution of 1680 x 1050 at 60 Hz.

Westinghouse busts out three new LCD displays

Posted in Displays by Nino Marchetti on June 6th, 2008

Westinghouse L2610NW

Westinghouse recently began shipping some new LCD monitors it has first announced at the Consumer Electronics Show. This new displays include the L2610NW, L2210NW and L1916HW, priced at around $500, $300 and $270 respectively.

There’s nothing too outstanding about these displays when you look at the specs. The L2160NW is a 26-inch model which does typical 1080p duty at 1920 x 1200 resolution. The dynamic contrast is 3000:1 and you also get a HDMI connector. The L2210NW, meanwhile, is a 22-inch display doing 1680 x 1050 resolution.