Dell debuts 32-inch W3202MH and 37-inch W3706MH LCD TVs

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 16 2005 @ 00:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PC gaint Dell today launched two new widescreen LCD TVs for the North American market. The first one is the 32-inch W3202MH with a price tag of $1,799 and the second one is the 37-inch W3706MH that ships for $2,299.

Both LCD displays are aimed at hotels, restaurants, offices and airports. They come with flexible installation options, so users can easily mount the TVs on tabletops or walls.

Connections on both TVs allow "control-by-wire," a feature that eliminates the need for a remote control for each display in a multi-unit deployment because they are controlled from a single point. Remote controls and speakers are optional so customers need not pay extra for features they may not require.

User-customizable settings, such as maximum volume control, allow customers to control features that make sense for specific environments. LodgeNet OnCommand and other hospitality video-on-demand offerings are also supported through a connector on the TVs.

Specifications:
  • Widescreen high-definition resolution with WXGA (1,366x768) resolution
  • Excellent viewing experience with a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • Slim profile at 4.41 (W3706MH) and 4.49 (W3202MH) inches deep when the stand is removed
  • Rich visual detail with 800:1 (W3706MH) and 1,000:1 (W3202MH) contrast ratios
  • Excellent display of 480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i resolutions with video powered by Pixelworks(TM)
  • Wall or stand mountable (mounting equipment sold separately)
  • Exquisite images in various lighting environments with 500 cd/m2 (W3706MH) and 450 cd/m2 (3202MH) brightness
  • Built-in tuner (ATSC/NTSC combo)
  • Sharp images with 3-D Y/C Comb Filter
  • Wide array of connections for business needs, including HDMI, composite, S-Video, component, TV in/coaxial (NTSC/ATSC), VGA/PC audio, RS232, and RJ11 (for VOD)
  • High-quality audio with two 15-watt speakers that are stand, wall or TV mountable


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