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Pelco has released two new monitor tines. The Pelco 500 Series large format LCD monitors A flat panel display that uses liquid crystals. Although laptops have used LCDs as their flat panel technology almost exclusively, LCD is also the most popular for flat panel desktop monitors. Toward the end of 2003, sales of LCD displays for desktops overtook CRTs for the first time.  have a thin profile that makes watt watt [for James Watt], abbr. W, unit of power, or work done per unit time, equal to 1 joule per second. It is used as a measure of electrical and mechanical power.  mounting easy and maximizes space. Low energy consumption, a tong tong 1  
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 life cycle with no burn-in, and High Definition-image quality are their features. Five different screen sizes range from 23 to 42 inches; prices range from $1,992 to $4,474. The Pelco 600 Series large format Plasma monitors provide HD image quality, true color (1) Specifically, refers to 16,777,216 colors (24-bit color). See high color.

(2) Generically, refers to photo-realistic color (typically requires 24-bit color as a minimum).
 reproduction for detail, wide-viewing angles, and a slim space-saving design. New pixel-shifting technology, which optimizes display life when used to view static images, makes them ideal for video security applications. Three different screens are available, including 42-, 50-, and 60-inch sizes. Prices range from $3,976 to $14,110. For more information, visit www.petco.com.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education technology products and services? Start here.
Author:Herrmann, Michele
Publication:University Business
Date:Jun 1, 2007
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