“The Cinema HD Display is simply the best computer display on the planet,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “By offering beyond-HD resolution along with superior brightness, sharpness and color purity, the Cinema HD Display is an amazing breakthrough for creative professionals in every field.”
Apple’s Cinema HD Display features an active-matrix, liquid crystal display that incorporates a pure digital interface to deliver superior image quality. Unlike many other flat panels using an analog interface, the Cinema HD Display delivers distortion-free images from edge-to-edge that never need adjusting. At less than two inches thick, the wide format design of the Cinema HD Display (16:10 aspect ratio) allows users to easily view a full 11-inch by 17-inch two-page spread or a complex illustration, making it the ultimate display for the creative or technical professional.
The Cinema HD Display delivers brilliant color performance with support of 16.7 million colors and offers a 160 degree viewing angle for great color uniformity edge-to-edge. The Cinema HD Display is well integrated with ColorSync®, Apple’s industry-standard software for managing color on computer displays, scanners and printers. ColorSync automatically generates a profile for the Cinema HD Display that allows it to be used in demanding color applications.
The Cinema HD Display joins Apple’s award-winning line of all-digital flat panels, including the 15-, 17- and 22-inch displays, in complementing the Power Mac™ G4 system. The Cinema HD Display offers the innovative Apple Display Connector (ADC) that carries the digital video signal, USB data and power over a single cable to simplify setup and minimize cable clutter on the desktop. The Cinema HD Display also provides a self-powered, two-port USB hub for easy connections to peripherals.
The new Apple Cinema HD Display will be available in April through The Apple Store® (www.apple.com), at Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers for a suggested retail price of $3,499 (US). The Cinema HD Display requires a Power Mac G4 with ADC connector.
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