Sharp announced that the world's largest professional LCD monitor, the 65-inch model PN-655, will be available in the U.S. in June. The monitor has a full 1920 by 1080 two-megapixel high-definition (HD) resolution for accurate and precise image reproduction. With commercial design and components, the PN-655 is said to offer superior reliability for extended use applications, complementing Sharp's line of professional LCD video/data monitors. The PN-655 monitor's performance is said to make it ideal for use in diverse commercial settings such as digital signage, medical imaging, CAD/CAM and flight information displays.
To show multiple types of content sources in high definition, the PN-655 utilizes Dual-Fine Engine (DFE) technology, which Sharp says enables the customer to display both computer and video content flawlessly.
With its long-life backlight and lower power consumption rate than comparable models, the PN-655 monitor is designed to provide customers with a lower total cost of ownership. The PN-655's new "fan-less" architecture enables extended usage with lower power consumption and better ventilation for quieter operation, which is critical for corporate settings.
to Daily News