Their advanced backlight technology enables the displays to produce 98 percent coverage and 107 percent the gamut size of the AdobeRGB color space for unsurpassed color reproduction. The 26- and 30-inch displays incorporate in-plane switching (IPS) module technology, which is widely accepted by industry professionals as being the highest-performing LCD technology available on the market, delivering unparalleled color reproduction and brightness uniformity by minimizing off-angle color shift, and clearer black tones in dark-colored images.
The latest version of the SpectraViewII software brings several new features and enhancements, including improved color accuracy and support for the X-Rite ColorMunki spectrophotometer on Mac OS and Windows. Developed for large-volume users, a Linux version of SpectraViewII will also be available in February 2009, providing a truly cross-platform color calibration solution.
The SVII-PRO-KIT is available as an accessory for select NEC LCD displays and includes the new color measurement sensor and SpectraViewII calibration software. Existing customers with a supported color sensor device can purchase the SpectraViewII software separately (SVII-SOFT) at an estimated street price of $104.99.
The LCD2690W2-BK-SV and LCD3090W-BK-SV, which are backed by a 4-year parts and labor warranty, are available for January 2009 shipment with estimated street prices of $1,449 and $2,449, respectively. The SVII-PRO-KIT is available with an estimated street price of $329. The new version of SpectraViewII software will be available for free download for existing SpectraViewII customers.