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Thursday, October 27, 2011

NEC unveils new colorimete​r, updated SpectraVie​w software at PDN PhotoPlus Expo

Increased Color Accuracy and Improved Measurement Speed For Professional Graphics Users

CHICAGO - October 27, 2011 - NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, announced today the new SpectraSensor Pro colorimeter and an update to the award-winning SpectraViewIIT software. This new sensor uses X-Rite i1Display technology and is customized for NEC. The sensor is available as an accessory (MDSVSENSOR3), bundled with SpectraViewII software (SVII-PRO-KIT) or shipped with an NEC SpectraViewII Series display.

The SpectraSensor Pro is a next generation colorimeter that utilizes a completely new optical system, filter technology, calibration architecture and intelligent form factor. Its increased sensitivity and measurement speed is five times greater than the previous generation, while its high degree of color accuracy can be demonstrated on all popular and emerging display technology types including CCFL, white LED, RGB LED and wide-gamut displays.

"The color accuracy and speed of the new SpectraSensor Pro provides our professional desktop customers with the best calibration performance available," said Art Marshall, Product Manager at NEC Display Solutions. "The accuracy of the colorimeter and software, coupled with NEC's renowned MultiSync® professional desktop products, is ideal for photography, retouching, video editing and any application where precise color is critical."

The SpectraSensor Pro is available now with a 1-year limited parts and labor warranty at an estimated street price of $199. The SVII-PRO-KIT and SpectraViewII display bundles will include the SpectraSensor Pro colorimeter beginning immediately.

The software update and SpectraSensor Pro are compatible with several large-screen models and every MultiSync PA, P and 90 Series model, including:

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