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Iiyama unveils ProLite touchscreen LCD monitors

updated 03:45 pm EST, Fri November 23, 2007

Iiyama ProLite Touchscreen

Iiyama today announced a new lineup of touch sensitive monitors for desktop computers. The offerings consist of the 15" ProLite T1530SR, the T1730SR, and the T1930SR, all of which connect either through VGA or DVI, and support USB and RS-232 for the touchscreen interface. The new ProLite screens use a 4:3 aspect ratio and come in either a black or white bezel. The 15-inch model supports a typical 1024x768, featuring a 16ms response time, while the 17- and 19-inch versions are rated at 5ms response, with a resolution of 1280x1024. Contrast ratio for the displays is measured at 500:1 for the 15-inch, and 800:1 for the larger models. Iiyama is selling the ProLite touch-based monitors starting at 330 (~$700US).

The touch-LCDs are advertised as being compatible with both Macintosh and Windows-based systems, an offer a full set of on-screen controls. Iiyama offers the Extensive Touch Utilities to allow for 4-point calibration of the touch area with either nine or 25 point linerization, and the displays can be viewed in either landscape or portrait modes. Prices for the displays sit at 330 (~$700US) for the 15-inch model, 350 (~$750US) for the 17-inch, and 400 (~$850US) for the 19-inch version.



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