LaCie Displays Increase Gamut
Sept 30, 2008
David Schloss - Products Editor
While LCD displays, now the norm in most photographic environments, are great in terms of sharpness, they don't have as wide a gamut (the range of reproducible colors) as do CRT displays.
LaCie's new 700-series displays offer 123-percent of the AdobeRGB spectrum, which means that they can display a wider range of colors than other monitors.
Available immediately in 20-inch, 24-inch and 30-inch (at $1599, $2299 and $4599 respectively) the displays all act as USB hubs and the two largest models have a 16:10 wide-screen aspect ratio. All three are available today www.lacie.com
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