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Primview USA says its PRV84KLED and PRV84KOPT are now available at MSRPs of $17,600 each respectively.
January 21, 2013 By CI Staff

One of the big buzz terms to drive electronics sales in both the world of residential video and commercial video is 4K.

The Skinny: The New York-based office of Primeview, Primeview USA has just announced the soft launch of two new 4K monitors.

The Specs: The PRV84KLED is said to incorporate a profile tailored for an immersive experience, and the company says the display features a 5ms response time that produces smooth images. The PRV84KOPT incorporates the same specifications as the PRV84KLED and adds an interactive multi-touch interface option. Both displays offer 3840x2160 resolutions and accept HD and 4K native signals.

Solutions: The PrimeView USA PRV84KLED and PRV84KOPT can be used for any mission critical video application ranging from digital signage to boardroom video systems.

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