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EVGA debuts dual-panel InterView LCD display system

updated 06:20 pm EDT, Wed July 15, 2009

EVGA InterView dual displa

EVGA on Wednesday introduced a new display system, the InterView, that integrates two 17-inch TFT LCD panels, according to Engadget. The device is designed for business presentations, researchers, doctors, financial consultants or creative professionals. The thin LCDs support resolutions up to 1440x900, while each can be independently adjusted to different settings.

Both displays are held on the same base and capable of rotating 180-degrees on the horizontal axis, while automatically inverting the screen for viewers on either side of a desk. The panels can also be folded against each other.

One user can control a desktop to be viewed on both screens, or two keyboards and mice can be used simultaneously when collaborating on projects. An integrated microphone and webcam enables further communication through video conferencing.

The InterView will be available soon and carries a suggested retail price of $650.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. nowwhatareyoulookingat

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    so

    This is just two monitors attached to a single base, for more than a larger single monitor would cost. How innovative.

  1. ggirton

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    youglee

    That is one ugly looking mongrel. The ability to turn either moniter upside down, though, and f ace in the other direction, that's really unique. Uniquely stupid.

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