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Sony intros next-gen display technology

February 17, 2011
Sony intros next-gen display technology

PARK RIDGE, NJ — Sony has introduced two new OLED displays in an effort to replace CRT monitors for critical evaluation applications. The reference-grade BVM-E Series offers 25- and 17-inch sizes and includes features specifically designed for professional master monitoring.

The BVM-E250 and BVM-E170 are HD resolution OLED panels with 10-bit drivers, and use a newly-developed Sony Professional Display Engine. The OLED processor is designed to bring out the full performance of a master monitor, producing deep blacks with high dynamic range, blur-free motion, wide color gamut and accurate picture reproduction.

These models feature a higher accuracy “Nonlinear Cubic Conversion” color management system, and I/P conversion technology offering extremely low process delay. The new Trimaster EL lineup is refined with its new electro-luminescence displays, which maximize the full performance capabilities of professional flat-panel displays to deliver higher levels of color accuracy and color reproduction, precision imaging and consistent picture quality.
 
The BVM-E series also offers input versatility. Standard inputs include 3G/HD/SD-SDI; HDMI and a DisplayPort input. Four slots are available with a choice of six BKM input boards. Other features include HD frame capture, pixel zoom and P&P (side by side, butterfly, wipe, blending). The monitors’ OLED technology is environmentally friendly, with less power consumption, lower weight and no environmental pollutants produced.
 
Sony will deliver the 25-inch BVM-E250 in mid April, and the 17-inch BVM-E170 in June.


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