Eizo Nanao Corporation (TSE: 6737) today unveiled the DuraVision FDX1502N and the DuraVision FDX1502NT, two 15-inch monitors that transmit audio and video and connect to PCs over a local area network (LAN)
By connecting the monitor to a remote PC over a network, long distance video and audio signal transmission is possible with a single LAN cable or with a wireless LAN. The monitors can be used to control the PC either with a mouse and keyboard connected by USB or with the FDX1502NT’s touch panel interface. The monitors meet the high-speed IEEE802.11n wireless networking standard ensuring moving image display and touch panel operation.
EIZO anticipates these monitors will be used in positions that are difficult to wire such as suspended from a ceiling or hanging from a wall, or where installation space for PCs is limited. Examples include a retail outlet for displaying advertisements and a factory production line where the monitors’ resistance to dust and shock will provide further value.
Both monitors come with a 1024 x 768 native resolution and have a high brightness of 400 cd/m2 for the FDX1502N and 320 cd/m2 for the FDX1502NT. Both monitors are backed by EIZO’s 2 year, 24-hour use warranty.
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The DuvaVision FDX1502N and FDX1502NT are now shipping. Date of availability varies by country so please contact the EIZO subsidiary or distributor in your country for details.