LAN/WAN Compatible LCD Displays

Nov. 1, 2008
The Samsung 400DXn and 460DXn SynMaster Professional Network Digital Information Display LCD monitors support both downloading and streaming of files from multiple content servers and offer WAN and LAN networkability via MagicNet Pro technology. Ultra-thin 20mm bezels make construction of a seamless video wall possible; Natural Mode correction accounts for the bezels keeping images matched up perfectly for distortion-free, seamless displays. Both feature 700 cd/m² brightness, with sensors that adjust to ambient light, and 10000:1 dynamic contrast that adjusts intensity based on the picture. These technologies enable placement of the displays in even the brightest environments, while exclusive DNle Pro image enhancement technology provides unsurpassed color and detail. Three built-in fans for improved panel cooling enable usage of up to 20 hours a day. Support for 1920 x 1080 full HD content is provided via the MagicNet Pro Network, however, maximum native resolution is 1366 x 768. Response time is 8 ms and video inputs include CVBS, S-video, component and HDMI; PC inputs include VGA, DVI and BNC.Samsung Electronics America Inc., San Jose, Calif.

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