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Hi, I emailed Pete at Wide usa about rumors I heard about a improved 2400A and he replied with this....

"Hello Bob

Indeed we have 10ea units in stock here in the USA.

Brightness is 300 nits (88 Footlamberts) Vs the older one at 240 nits ( 70

Footlamberts). The speed of the panel is now at Rise time 12ms and Fall time 10ms Vs the older 17ms rise and 13ms fall.

Our unit has always been able to support 1920 x 1200 native resolution.

Currently the 2400A is available as a package (pivot stand and G-F2 card)

for $4,600.00 and we can ship immediately (form our distributor)"

So is that a pretty impressive rise/fall time and brightness? I suppose the contrast remains the same at 400:1.

Other than that, in the specs it says 8 bit DVI. Are there lcd panels out there from ibm/apple/lg/samsung that are 10 bit DVI? I will be running whatever panel I get from DVI so that's keeping me from getting the super high res IBM.

Thanks, Bob C
 

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I asked about contrast ratio and 8 bit DVI and the contrast ratio, here's the response...


"Correct 400:1 and the same or better than the 240t and in my opinion better than the LG glass as in my opinion we use higher frequency TMDS Transmitters(Thine) in the panel.

All LCDs at this moment are 8 bit (with the exception of a new 15" panel from Sharp). This is a non-issue in color and the panel supports True Color at 1920 x 1200...."


I don't like/dislike WideUSA, just shopping and passing along the info.

Bob C
 
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