LaCie's new LCDs put NTSC to shame

Tim Stevens
T. Stevens|09.10.08

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Tim Stevens
September 10th, 2008
In this article: 720, 724, 730, blue eye pro, BlueEyePro, lacie, lcd, ntsc
LaCie's new LCDs put NTSC to shame
LaCie's new LCDs put NTSC to shame
LaCie plays with a lot of different products, like molten external HDDs and goofy USB hubs, but is totally serious when it comes to displays. Its latest offering is a trio of professional pixel-pushers, the 720, 724, and 730, growing from 20- to 30-inches as you go. The $2,500 720 is 4:3, delivering a pathetic resolution of 1600 x 1200, while the other two stretch to 16:10, 1920 x 1200 on the $3,300 724 and 2560 x 1600 in the top-of-the-line $6,500 730. The top two models feature a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 6ms response time, 14-bit gamma correction, and accurate reproduction of 125 percent the NTSC gamut (guaranteed via included blue eye pro hardware calibration). That's a huge leap over the paltry 10-bit correction and 92 percent NTSC supported by the old 324 -- for a mere three times the cost.
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