Monitors Morehead KY

Monitors allow you to view what your computer is doing. Use them to review and edit your photos. Here you’ll find additional information on monitors as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Callaway Graphicsoftware
(859) 269-7512
232 S Ashland Ave
Lexington, KY
 
Lextronics
(859) 252-4000
162 Woodland Ave
Lexington, KY
 
Regal Computer Systems Inc.
(859) 795-1445
71 Cavalier Boulevard
Florence, KY

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Hensley Elam & Associates
(859) 389-8182
167 W Main St Ste 1404
Lexington, KY
 
Pi Star Communications Inc
(502) 254-3765
1500 Evergreen Rd
Louisville, KY
 
Oliver Gary
(859) 578-8100
532 Palmer Ct
Fort Mitchell, KY
 
Broadband Business Systems
(270) 842-6789
1108 Calico Ct
Bowling Green, KY
 
Epicor Software
(502) 339-7748
8700 Westport Rd
Louisville, KY
 
Automation Services Inc
(859) 266-3000
2549 Richmond Rd
Lexington, KY
 
Adaptive Marketing Group
(859) 254-7961
1510 Newtown Pike
Lexington, KY
 
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LaCie Delivers 26-inch Widescreen LCD

LaCie Delivers 26-inch Widescreen LCD

LaCie Delivers 26-inch Widescreen LCDPORTLAND, OR (April 2007) - LaCie today announced its first wide format, wide gamut LCD. The LaCie 526 Monitor, a 25.5" LCD in the new 500 Series range, is ideal for digital photography, prepress, CAD, video editing and creative design. It offers a combination of the best LCD panel technology available and advanced calibration tools for professional applications where color accuracy is a critical requirement.

"The LaCie 526 Monitor is a professional tool that will help you achieve accurate colors throughout your workflow," said Daniel Mayer, LaCie Color Business Unit Manager. "Its wide gamut and uniform and stabilized panel ensures that what you see is what you get. If you edit projects with a calibrated LaCie 526 Monitor, you can trust that the end result will be accurate."

The LaCie 526 Monitor employs a wide 25.5-inch H-IPS panel with 1920x1200 resolution for displaying two A4 pages at full size, while also leaving ample screen real estate for toolbars and palettes. Its wide gamut supports 95% AdobeRGB and 98.5% ISO-coated color space, opening the door to an even closer match between captured, displayed and printed colors. Integrated circuitry features a 12-bit Look Up Table (LUT) and 16-bit processing for smooth display of color gradients.

Each LaCie 526 Monitor is individually measured and corrected at the factory to achieve panel uniformity. An embedded sensor called ColorKeeper analyzes and stabilizes the output of the backlight over time, while also reducing warm-up time. On-board controls offer easy access to both of these features, as well as other advanced color settings.

The included LaCie blue eye pro software allows for hardware calibration in a single click, without further user involvement. Post-calibration, an extensive set of tools is available for advanced users who want more precise control. This includes manual fine-tuning of the white point, Test & Report to verify profile accuracy, and profile switching without the need to recalibrate. Users may also conduct a quick Ambient Light Analysis, which analyzes the light in the room to better understand whether an environment is ideal for color work.

LaCie also includes the easyHood, a one-piece monitor hood with anti-reflective black velvet lining intended to reduce glare in demanding work environments. The ergonomic stand hides cables in the back, and can be easily height-adjusted, swiveled, tilted and pivoted to accommodate any viewing need.

Availability

The LaCie 526 Monitor will be available end of April via LaCie's specialized dealer network for $1,999 MSRP. Also available in a bundle with the LaCie blue eye pro colorimeter for $2,299 MSRP. Monitors ship with all cables (VGA, DVI-D, DVI-I) necessary for immediate use, LaCie blue eye pro calibration software for Windows®/Mac OS®, the LaCie easyHood, and a screen cleaner kit. For more information, visit www.lacie.com .

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