Totoku and Torque Systems Introduce 9 megapixel LCD Monitor
Press release from the issuing company
San Francisco, September 10 - at Seybold, Totoku and Torque Systems are introducing an LCD monitor with unprecedented capabilities, a 9 megapixel unit that has four times the resolution of Apple's Cinema HD display. Torque and Totoku are also announcing that Torque has become a national Totoku reseller for the graphic arts market, and the monitor is on display at Torque’s Seybold booth. The new display extends Totoku’s line of high resolution displays designed specifically for content creation and image reproduction professionals. Totoku manufactures and services a complete line of high-end calibrated displays from a 1.3 megapixel LCD ($1,895) and a reference color CRT ($2,495) through the new flagship monitor.
At 3840x2400 pixels the Totoku CCL901 is capable of showing photographic images with film-like clarity. Measured at 22 inches diagonally, the monitor has a native gamma of 1.8 and 5000 kelvin backlights, which in combination with it's 200 dpi pixel density makes it a Photoshop professional's ideal viewing station. The unit is priced at $8,995 including display adapter.
"Totoku is excited to partner with Torque in bringing our breakthrough displays to the North American graphics market. Torque's well-deserved reputation for workflow knowledge and 24/7 support will insure that our high performance displays reach high performance customers," said Shinji Otsu, Totoku's General Manager of Multimedia Products.
Torque Systems, Inc. is the leading national systems integrator for the graphic arts industry. Torque is a Prepress VAR for Apple Computer and has been a National VAR for SGI for over 10 years. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA the company maintains a strong national presence with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas. With a staff of 20+ professionals, Torque provides comprehensive solutions for the photo, print and design industries. All Totoku products are available for immediate shipment from Torque, although supplies of the CCL901 are limited.
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