Sharp launches 1 Billion LCD Display

April 2003
Management Services;Apr2003, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p29
Academic Journal
This paper focuses on Sharp's introduction of its LL-T2020 UXGA LCD data monitor. It includes superior features such as ASV, 10-bit gamma correction and the anti-reflective, anti-glare black TFT making it deal for graphics intensive work. The Sharp LCD panel on the LL-T2020 is capable of displaying 1 billion colors with 10-bit gamma correction. 8-bit imagery is supplied to the monitor and the panel converts the data to 10-bit allowing an image with detail in both shadow and highlighted areas to be shown. With dual DVI-I ports the user has the option to drive the display from analogue or digital signals and for added versatility can connect the monitor up to four personal computers via the appropriate adaptors. Both height adjustments and portrait or landscape mode operation are supported and the product comes with a tilt and swivel stand.


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