Display, Inc. are proud to introduce the first line of ultra-bright
multimedia TFT-LCD monitor with the Advanced Brightness
Brightness Technology was originally designed for sunlight readable
LCD monitors and implemented in the military, aerospace, control
panels, navigation systems, outdoor applications, kiosk, Automated
Teller Machine, and marine recreation industries. Solarism's
patented backlight enhanced technology will increase visibility both
indoors and outdoors and widens the viewing angle. The brightness
intensity of light will broaden the color spectrum and saturation,
creating a true visual display of all natural colors.
Due to the high
brightness and multi-video inputs, all Solarism monitors are
flexible to perform under many different applications such as
gaming, office environment, conference room presentation, health
care, dental, tradeshow visual displays, outdoor environment,
advertising media, financial market, and multimedia display
(DVD/VCR/Camcorder/digital camera playback).
stands for Liquid Crystal Display. This technology has been around
for a number of years but is finally able to deliver fast motion
video quality displays. The thin and light form factor is attractive
to consumers. While the panel (the set itself) looks thin, the technology
inside is quite extensive.
LCD is made up of pixels (picture elements). Pixels are individual,
distinct, points of light. Each pixel is made up of sub pixels consisting
of red, green and blue. Together the red, green and blue sub pixels
combine to form a single color picture element. A panel's resolution
is determined in part by how many pixels there are. A display can
have hundreds of thousands of points of light (pixels) to millions
of points of light, depending on the resolution.