Published on June 4th,2009 at 1:00 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

NEC’s Amazing 43” Curved Monitor On Sale NOW

If you have 7,999 USD in your wallet ready for a geeky emergency, why not pre-order the stunning NEC CRV-43, a 43” curved monitor with a 2880×900 resolution and LED backlight, and both DVI-D and HDMI 1.3…

CHICAGO – June 4, 2009 – NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD displays and projectors, today announced the 43″ NEC CRV43 ultra-widescreen specialty desktop display, designed for use in applications such as professional graphics, higher education, government, financial, command & control and home office.

The NEC CRV43 curved display can be seen at InfoComm 09 on June 17-19 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

The unique NEC CRV43 curved display provides a much wider field of view and greater dynamic range with its double WGXA resolution (32:10 aspect ratio). The user’s taskbar is extended natively and setup is made easy to configure with one input. These features make it an ideal solution for simulation, digital imaging and command & control.

“The NEC CRV43 curved display provides an excitingly immersive viewing experience for any type of user,” said Keith Yanke, Director of Product Marketing for NEC Display Solutions. “Its lightning-fast response time coupled with its seamless curved screen provides enhanced comfort, decreased frustration and increased productivity. The monitor eliminates the bezel and screen gap issues that have complicated users’ work environment for years.”

The NEC CRV43 curved display includes the following features:
* Seamless curved screen, which eliminates bezel and screen gap issues for increased productivity and decreased frustration (according to Center for Human-Computer Interaction – Shupp et al, presented at Graphics Interface 2006)
* 2880 x 900 double WXGA native resolution
* 200 cd/m² brightness
* 0.02ms Rapid Response
* 10,000:1 contrast ratio
* Wide color gamut with 100% coverage of sRGB and 99.3% coverage of Adobe RGB
* Single link DVI-D and HDMI 1.3 input connectors
* USB 2.0 connectivity for easy use of peripherals
* Front panel controls
* On Screen Display (OSD®) and software-based GUI, which enables advanced display control options

The NEC CRV43 curved display is backed by a 3-year parts and labor warranty including the backlight and will be available for July 2009 shipment with estimated street price of $7,999.

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NEC’s Amazing 43” Curved Monitor On Sale NOW
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  • DiHydrogenMonOxide

    0.02Ms response time? Sounds like the best monitor I’ve ever seen.

  • ThxAMD

    They screwed up not making the resolution 1080 vertically. That is going to drive a few video customers away, which I don’t think NEC wanted.

    Also, a tad thinner would’ve been much better. It doesn’t have to be 2″ thick, but compared to the height, it’s a bit too thick.

    I wouldn’t complain with 6″ or so. Otherwise, it makes shipping and weight a bit of a concern.

    This monitor needed to be 3″ taller, 1080 vertically and 2″ thinner or so to make it really attractive to me. Making it $3000 cheaper, would’ve also helped, of course …

  • Dizzog

    Everybody always finds a way to nit pick about everything……bottom line is this thing is pretty cool and innovative! Nice to see someone coming up with new ideas! Takes one to be the guinea pig before anybody else can steal their idea! Just a matter of time until somebody releases a unit with exactly the specs you are looking for at a reasonable price.

    Awesome looking product!!

  • nohbody

    I have played with this monitor and it is one of the coolest monitors that I have played with. There is still a way to go with it but the 4 DLP engines make it totally worth it.

  • adamvan2000

    This monitor is exactly the same product as Ostendo’s CRVD, leading me to believe NEC and Alienware are just remarketing it as their own under license. Even the picture is the same. Look at the bottom right hand corner of the monitor. Other than the NEC logo in the middle, it’s a dead ringer.

  • B4gs

    i completely agree thxAMD. What’s the point of putting out an 8000 dollar monitor without having the vertical resolution at 1080 minimum. Might as well pick up 2 or 3 32″ monitors with a resolution of 2560×1600 and picking up this mobo

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