24-inch LaCie 324i 10-bit P-IPS LCD Monitor Unveiled

Posted: Sep 21 2010, 1:33pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 21 2010, 1:35pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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LaCie today announced the latest addition to its line of professional displays, the LaCie 324i. The LaCie 324i is featuring a 10-bit P-IPS LCD panel. An ideal monitor for prepress, illustration, web design, and photographic workflows, the LaCie 324i delivers uniform and accurate colors thanks to its wide gamuts and backlight stabilization.

The LaCie 324i P-IPS panel offers a realistic presentation without discoloration or inconvenient pattern distortions. Distinguished by its impressive gamut spectrum, the LaCie 324i color is rated at 102% NTSC and 98% AdobeRGB. With wide gamuts that are not disturbed by irregular patterns, digital artists can rely on true colors that maintain the integrity of their work.

The LaCie 324i P-IPS LCD Monitor is available from the LaCie Store Online or through LaCie Color Partner and LaCie Reseller+, starting at the suggested retail price of $1249.

Dell also announced a professional monitor today with the 30-inch Dell U3011.

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