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April 21, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

The Electronic Imaging Systems division of Cambridge, Massachusetts-based instant phortography king Polaroid Corp has come out with a new line of liquid crystal diode display panels designed for making presentations. The company claims the panels can handle high quality, true colour images and video – they support most formats, including NTSC and PAL. The Polaview 3000, Polaview 1800 and Polaview 1500 panels are all Macintosh and Windows-compatible. They connect to both the personal computer and monitor, and sit on the overhead projector to produce exceptionally clear projected images, says the company. The panels include a wireless remote control, and weigh under 5 lbs. Prices range from UKP950 for an eight-shade black-and-white panel up to UKP5,250 for the multimedia version, with an active matrix liquid crystal colour screen and built-in speakers. They are available immediately, although the company says that they may be sold under another product name here in the UK.

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