Sex And The City Features Cinerama Display

From Liebermann’s press release:

Los Angeles based high-end computer and technology manufacturer L (Liebermann Inc.), is pleased to announce its new 63″ and 69″ Cinerama Displays world premiering on the last season of HBO Networks Hit TV Series “Sex and the City”. Featured as the center piece of Aleksandr Petrovsky’s Studio played by Mikhail Baryshnikov, the new Cinerama Displays with screen resolutions raging from 3072 x 768 Pixels to 4800×1200 Pixels, are the largest, highest image quality and highest resolution personal LCD Display Monitors ever designed, allying super-wide viewing angles, with incredible color depth and contrast ratios and blazing fast pixel video response timings. They represent a major leap in all fronts of display technology and large visualization imaging devices for personal/ consumer use. They are the world’s largest and most compelling personal desktop monitors and represent the pinnacle of visual experience for gaming, digital photography applications, video, audio, design, and multimedia environments, where ultimate screen size, uncompromised image quality and total space maximization are absolute priorities.

The 45″, 51″, 57″, 63″ and 69″ Cinerama Displays with screen resolutions raging from 3072 x 768 Pixels to 4800×1200 Pixels, are the largest, highest image quality and highest resolution LCD displays ever designed, allying super-wide viewing angles, with incredible color depth, fidelity and blazing fast pixel video response timings. They represent a major leap in all fronts of display technology and large visualization imaging devices for personal/ consumer use. They are the world’s largest and most compelling personal desktop monitors ever designed and represent the pinnacle of visual experience for gaming, digital photography applications, video, audio, design, and multimedia environments, where ultimate screen size, uncompromised image quality and total space maximization are absolute priorities.

Having room to spare for viewing multiple applications, pages of text, graphics, menus, palettes, and toolbars, they are built around a set of breathtaking new visual technologies. They are the first commercially available displays featuring Ultra-Speed Display Technology, breaking grounds in every engineering and architectural design approach, bringing computing visuals to a whole new level of realism. Unlike anything seen before the Cinerama Displays have a breathtaking design, masterfully maximizing both their enclosure size and the flexibility of positioning where physical space is at a premium.

The advantages of the Cinerama LCDs are as groundbreaking as they are inventive. In contrast, video response, and color reproduction, the Cinerama Displays provide leading stunning image quality on pair with its colossal desktop view. In their technical design, each pixel is addressed individually, with a hardware anti-aliasing double-depth filtering for incredibly smooth pixel pattern, creating sharper text than even seen on high-quality CRT Monitors. This means unlike other LCD technologies, the Cinerama displays manage to delicately soften the edges of graphics as well as text, blending and conveying unparalleled subtleties on all visuals. Fluttering and ghosting have been further eliminated by a Dynamic Phase-Timing Circuitry (DPTC) keeping the display sharp under any circumstance no matter the video source. They deliver distortion-free images from edge-to-edge, which never need adjusting. Finally, derived from L’s experience in Professional LCD Video Projection filtering techniques, the panels are exclusively coated with a double anti-glare hard coat and an ultra-thin UV-668 filter, for an added 15% increased contrast ratio and glare reduction. Also because LCDs are only as good as the components “behind them”, the Cinerama Displays use newly developed FFR-type CR-Tubes for extra long lamp life and fabulous linearity along the entire display.

The Cinerama Displays may be optionally bundled with the Matrox Parhelia 512-bit Graphics Adapter for a cost-effective and easy straight out-of-the-box setup, providing breakthrough 10-bit GigaColor Technology as well as other consumer and high-end/ CAD/OpenGL Professional Graphics Adapters.

The new Cinerama Series Displays are compatible with PC, Mac, and all video standards, and start at $1799.

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