Sharp today announced that the world's largest professional LCD monitor, the 65-inch model PN-655, will be available in the U.S. in June. This robust 65-inch monitor has a full 1920 x 1080 two-megapixel high-definition (HD) resolution for accurate and precise image reproduction. With commercial design and components, the PN-655 offers superior reliability for extended use applications, complementing Sharp's line of professional LCD video/data monitors.
The PN-655 monitor's excellent performance makes it ideal for use in diverse commercial settings such as digital signage, medical imaging, CAD/CAM and flight information displays.
To show multiple types of content sources in high definition, the PN-655 utilizes DFE (Dual-Fine Engine) technology, which enables the customer to display both computer and video content flawlessly. The monitor has a full complement of input and output connectors to show all types of content, from DVD to varying PC resolutions up through 1920 x 1080 native mode from both analog and digital (DVI) sources.
To serve the discriminating image-quality needs of the commercial market better, the PN-655 has a four-wavelength spectrum, cold-cathode fluorescent backlight that provides an enhanced color spectrum including deeper, more vibrant and vivid reds. Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View (ASV) panel provides stellar picture quality for fast-moving video through its fast pixel response time of less than 6 ms.
Thanks to its long-life backlight and lower power consumption rate than comparable models, the PN-655 monitor provides customers with a lower total cost of ownership. The PN-655's new "fan-less" architecture enables extended usage with lower power consumption and better ventilation for quieter operation, which is critical for corporate settings.
Sharp's LCD monitors have several proprietary technologies and features that ensure unparalleled image quality for a professional presentation of information, data and images. The line has anti-glare and low-reflection properties, enabling Sharp monitors to be placed in brighter areas where other screens might appear washed out. Higher contrast lets viewers discern details they might otherwise miss, particularly when viewing darker content. The 170-degree viewing angles help the monitors display a crisp picture that can be seen from virtually anywhere in the room. A Black TFT/Bright Pixel Elimination ensures that if a pixel fails, it is effectively invisible to the viewer.