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Video: NEC CRVD display hands-on

Nilay Patel
January 6, 2009
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We first saw Ostendo's sexy curved DLP display all dressed up in Alienware garb at CES last year, but NEC had a version as well, and it looks like it's going to be the one to finally bring it to market. Branded as the CRVD, there's really nothing new inside the slightly slimmer case, but the 42.8-inch, 45-pound screen is still eye-popping in person, with a 2880 x 900 resolution, .36mm pixel pitch, and sub-.02ms response time. Bad news? It'll set you back $6,499 when it ships in April. Pics in the gallery, video after the break.

Gallery: NEC CRVD Display hands-on | 7 Photos






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