Nov. 26, 2012
NEC Display Solutions of America announced that its MultiSync MD211C2 and MD211C3 medical-grade displays for diagnostic imaging in healthcare organizations are getting an upgrade.
The company said its 2- and 3-megapixel medical diagnostic displays are designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities requiring consistent and accurate medical imaging.
The MD211C2 and MD211C3 will be on display at Radiological Society of North America’s 2012 Expo through November 29. The conference is at the McCormick Place in Chicago.
"We're excited to showcase these new monitors at RSNA 2012 in workstations that will include dual medical imaging monitors accompanied by a professional-grade referral monitor," said Art Marshall, Product Manager of Professional and Medical Displays at NEC Display Solutions. He said the company's goal is to increase productivity for healthcare professionals and improve overall total cost of ownership.
Specs for the MD211C2 and MD211C3 include:
- 21.3-inch IPS panel with wide viewing angles
- Digital uniformity correction that reduces screen uniformity errors and compensates for differences in grayscale and luminance across the entire screen
- 70 percent smaller front sensor constantly monitors calibration and corrects for fluctuations of light output and color
NEC said the MD211C2 and MD211C3 are pending clearance by regulators and will be available in early 2013.
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