Boasted as the "first monitors to deliver full HD resolution OLED panels with 10-bit drivers," these screens should offer better color quality, brightness, efficiency and every quality one wants in a professional-grade display.
Some of the nitty gritty specs include a 16:9 aspect ratio, a 48-75Hz frame rate, 100 cd/m2 standard luminance and an 89-degree viewing angle from every direction.
The 25-inch BVM-E250 will roll out first in mid-April for ¥2.5 million (~$30,000), and the 17-inch BVM-E170 will follow in June for ¥1.3 million (~$15,600). For a closer look at the Trimaster EL monitors, check out the video below:
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