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Sony launches new HS LCD displays

Posted on Wednesday, October 26 2005 @ 06:17:27 CEST by

Sony HS-Series LCD monitors are all about versatility. The latest models offer consumers a choice of 17-inch or 19-inch screen, and digital as well as analogue signal inputs. Anyone with a digital (DVI) graphics card can now enjoy the very highest image quality from a direct, digital-to-digital connection with their display.

The pin-sharp SXGA (1280 x 1024) resolution picture is only the start. Both models deliver excellent 700:1 (HS95D) and 600:1 (HS75D) contrast, high brightness and 8ms response times. Everything from photo-editing to high-speed 3D gaming benefits as a result. Powerful gamma control on both models gives users the ability to match screen colours with cameras and printers. In addition, the displays support the sRGB colour space, providing a universal mechanism for maintaining colour consistency with digital cameras.

The HS-Series also features two levels of automatic self-adjustment. The first time the display is connected, the Sony automatic image adjustment system provides fast, accurate and trouble-free configuration. Once the monitor is in use, Advanced ECO-Mode automatically adjusts screen settings for the best image quality as lighting conditions vary. The HS-Series is as versatile externally as it is internally. Available in black and silver, its unique ‘Rising Design’ looks great in any context, so it most certainly doesn’t have to be hidden away in an upstairs room. The cabinet can even be wall-mounted, although its small footprint is designed to take up the minimum amount of space. Whatever you do, viewing angles of 160 degrees in both planes mean that you can always see what’s on the screen.



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