PRINCETON INTRODUCES SENERGY 850 LCD MONITOR.
Accompanied by a new look and logo, Princeton Graphic Systems Inc., a manufacturer of computer and high-definition displays, has introduced the first in its SENergy line of technologically savvy analog/digital LCD monitors -- the SENergy 850.
This 18.1-inch display is not just another LCD monitor. Not only does it not look like other monitors, it also does not carry the high price tag of other monitors.
Princeton, the first manufacturer to commercially offer a digital flat panel Digital Flat Panel (DFP) is a video connector for flat panel displays. It features 20 pins and uses the PanelLink protocol.
Unlike DVI, DFP never achieved widespread implementation. The connector was used by displays such as the Compaq Presario FP400, FP500 and 5204. , has once again reached another display milestone. The company is not only pushing the pricing envelope with an estimated street price of just $2399 for the SENergy 850, but it is also reaching new ground with its clean, sleek, brushed metallic housing design. Not to mention, the SENergy 850 includes the most technically advanced display features, including:
-- Dual digital and analog interfaces, delivering maximum compatibility for both video sources
-- DVI (1) (Digital Video Interactive) An earlier compression technique that provided up to 72 minutes of full-screen video on a CD-ROM. Acquired by Intel in 1988 from RCA's Sarnoff Research labs, Princeton, NJ, DVI never caught on. out connector provides unique configuration flexibility to link multiple displays together for a variety of uses, such as video wall presentations
-- 1600 x 1200 maximum resolution, providing the greatest GUI (Graphical User Interface) A graphics-based user interface that incorporates movable windows, icons and a mouse. The ability to resize application windows and change style and size of fonts are the significant advantages of a GUI vs. a character-based interface. desktop space; 1280 x 1024 native resolution, with the capability of scaling to various resolutions from 640 x 480 to 1600 x 1200
-- 140-degree viewing angle, allowing multi-user viewing during computer use
-- Pivot capable (Portait Display Pivot Software included), providing a full range of viewing options to enhance Web browsing or full page display applications
-- Advanced ergonomic design featuring tilt, swivel, height and pivot adjustments, providing overall user comfort
-- Advanced on-screen display which includes unique features such as zooming, panning and letterbox The effect of displaying a wide screen movie on a standard TV set the way it was originally shot in full panoramic format. On the TV, the image frame spans the full width of the screen, but because of the difference in aspect ratios of the two formats (wide screen movie vs. all accessible through a sleek and user friendly one touch control dial positioned on the side of the display
-- Built-in USB hub for plug and play connection to compatible peripherals, such as a digital camera, scanner or multi-functional keyboard
"There is no other monitor on the market like the SENergy 850," noted William Wang, president. "Finally, there's a monitor that doesn't look like a monitor and at a price that will tempt even the skeptics. Princeton has broken new ground in the display industry with the SENergy 850. It is designed with the user and the future of technology in mind."
The SENergy 850 is also compliant with VESA's Flat Panel Monitor See flat panel display. Physical Mounting Interface Standard, and therefore is compatible with a variety of arm or wall mounting kits. In addition, the unit features a Kensington security lock port to ensure asset protection in public areas.
"The SENergy 850 was designed with every user in mind," continued Wang. "Ergonomically, the monitor can literally adjust to any user's preference. And technologically, the SENergy 850 will not be outdated. For example, with the ability to translate to the 16:9 format, users will be watching HDTV (High Definition TV) A set of digital television (DTV) standards that offer the highest resolution and sharpest picture. Although some HDTV sets are available in standard (rather square) screen sizes, the overwhelming majority of sets are wide screen, which eliminates on their SENergy 850 in the near future."
Princeton plans to expand the SENergy line with a 15-inch and a 17-inch unit in the next few months.
The new unit is compatible with IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) , UNIX UNIX
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n. Energy Star, DPMS See VESA DPMS.
(hardware) DPMS - Display Power Management Signaling. and NUTEK. In addition, the monitor is backed by a three-year parts, labor and backlight warranty.
Princeton Graphic Systems Inc. is a manufacturer of high- performance computer and convergence displays that enjoys a reputation for high quality, reliability and overall customer satisfaction. The product line includes high-resolution CRT (1) (C RunTime) See runtime library.
(2) (Cathode Ray Tube) A vacuum tube used as a display screen in a computer monitor or TV. The viewing end of the tube is coated with phosphors, which emit light when struck by electrons. computer monitors from 14 to 21 inches (various viewable), the new SENergy Series of digital/analog LCD displays from 15 to 18 inches, the DPP DPP - Dining Philosophers Problem Series of direct digital flat panel displays from 15 to 18 inches, and the Arcadia Series PC/TV convergence displays (available in 27-, 31- and 36-inch viewable). The company also manufactures All Format HDTV. In addition, touch screen solutions are available directly from Princeton's Custom Display Division.
Princeton can be found on the World Wide Web at www.princetongraphics.com.
For more information, call 800/747-6249 or 714/751-8405.