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    By Vangie Beal :  June 6, 2002

    (Press Release) Sharp Systems of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, has announced the newest member of its premium LCD monitor line, the LL-T1620. Joining the recently announced LL-T1820 and LL-T1520 (18-inch and 15-inch respectively), the new monitor is characterized by a 16-inch viewable panel with SXGA (1280 X 1024) resolution.

    The LL-T1620 features the Sharp ASV technology LCD panel that provides a superior 25 ms video response and super-wide display angles of 170 degrees both horizontally and vertically. This LCD panel employs Sharp's Ultra High Aperture (UHA) technology for improved brightness (300 nits) coupled with reduced power consumption. In addition, this LCD panel features AGLR, a multi-layer surface treatment that reduces reflectance to approximately one-third that of a conventional LCD by optical cancellation, thus maintaining superior contrast, velvety blacks, and fully saturated colors even in brightly-lit environments. With a slim bezel width of only 16.3 mm, the LL-T1620 is ideal for multi-monitor applications. The LL-T1620 may be switched between two computers, and its dual inputs accommodate analog or digital (DVI) interface for maximum flexibility in configuring new and existing installations. Its integrated speakers fire downward to maintain the sleek look of the super-slim bezel. The LL-T1620 is available in black (LL-T1620B) or white (LL-T1620H) for an estimated street price of $649 and is available through Sharp Systems of America's network of resellers or online.


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