Wide-screen Video Monitor
by Rick Smith (April 25, 2001)
TV displays seem to get larger every year. Now they are getting thinner as well. In a package measuring about 27 inches wide, 18 inches high and 2.4 inches deep, Sharp has created their largest and widest LCD monitor to date. This LC-28HM2 wide-screen video monitor features:
wide-screen high-definition resolution
1280 x 768 component video inputs
PC compatibility (XGA, SVGA and VGA resolutions)
accepts inputs from HDTV signals and DVD players
While the LC-28HM2 would make a stunning addition to a home theatre, its $16,995 price tag makes it more suitable for use in TV broadcast and production, corporate videoconferencing or in-flight entertainment. Other uses are hotel lobbies, retail environments, trade show booths, museum displays, sports books or stadium displays.
The LC-28HM2 is compatible with digital television input signals and offers a wide-screen aspect ratio for HDTV display. It weighs under than 25 pounds.
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