Sony goes organic with new LED-based monitorsBy AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 22, 2012
At the 2012 RSNA meeting, Sony Electronics will continue on the theme of organic light-emitting diode technology (OLED) introduced this summer.
Sony will present an OLED image display system as a work-in-progress that was designed specifically for the radiology market. The company's first medical-grade OLED monitor, the 25-inch PVM-2551MD, has been in use for a variety of surgical procedures since it was introduced this summer, according to the company.
Sony will also showcase its full line of radiology displays, digital recorders, and printers.
Sony unveils radiology display line, October 23, 2012
Sony rolls out medical-grade monitor, July 20, 2012
Sony launches thermal ultrasound printer, April 27, 2012
Sony debuts diagnostic displays at RSNA, November 28, 2011
Sony introduces thermal printable disk drive, November 23, 2011
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