GS510-G offers a glare panel, while GS510 includes an anti-glare panel,
according to the Cypress, CA-based firm. The glare panels offer modulation
transfer function (MTF) capabilities, which incorporate resolution and contrast
data of a monitor's panel into a single specification, Eizo said.
The displays also feature digital uniformity equalizer (DUE) technology,
which compensates for luminance nonuniformity, according to the firm. Both
displays are scheduled for release in the fall of 2006.
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
September 12, 2006
to RSNA, Eizo Nanao Technologies, November 15, 2005
adds to RadiForce line, June 3, 2005
to RSNA, Eizo Nanao Technologies, November 16, 2004
bolsters RadiForce line, August 27, 2004
to bundle Matrox with Eizo in France, July 6, 2004
Copyright © 2006 AuntMinnie.com