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TOSHIBA AMERICA CP 17-INCH MONITORS MEET SAFETY STANDARDS

 TOSHIBA AMERICA CP 17-INCH MONITORS MEET SAFETY STANDARDS
 BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Toshiba America CP,


Inc., the creator and world's leading supplier of Flat Square (FS) technology, has announced that its line of 17-inch high-resolution, Flat Square monitors meets the MPR 2 Swedish guidelines for very low frequency (VLF) and extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic-field emissions.
 "After conducting extensive tests on our monitors, we are pleased to announce that all of our 17-inch monitors meet Sweden's National Board for Measurement and Testing's latest guidelines for low VLF and ELF emissions," said John Keenan, Toshiba America CP sales & marketing manager.
 The three 17-inch monitors range in price from $1,700 to $2,100 and incorporate Toshiba's acclaimed Flat Square technology. "The Flat Square CRT improves corner screen legibility, reduces glare and reflections and minimizes visual pattern distortion," said Keenan.
 The displays offer a resolution of 1,280 by 1,024 pixels, support VGA, 8514/A and Macintosh II systems, and include a microprocessor for memory storage of nine preset and nine end-user mode selections.
 In addition, they feature a Dynamic Astigmatism Control (DAC) focus system that improves focus in the screen corners.
 Other features include:
 -- automatic mode selection of nine preset modes;
 -- invar shadow mask;
 -- RGB analog input and sync on green/composite/separate;
 -- compact cabinet design with tilt/swivel base; and
 -- front/side mounted controls.
 The products are available through distribution.
 Toshiba America CP, Inc., located in Buffalo Grove, Ill., is a division of the $33 billion Toshiba Corp., a world leader in high technology products with 128 subsidiaries worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: Glynnis Gibson of Gibson Communications, 312-883-2388, for Toshiba America/ CO: Toshiba America CP Inc. ST: Illinois IN: SU: TQ -- NY037 -- 4913 03/04/92 11:24 EST
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