“ Fujitsu PDS-4241 - 42" Plasmavision plasma panel - widescreen - 1080i - HDTV monitor - anthracite „
Accepting the input from virtually any video source, the PDS-4241 is the perfect Convergent Visual Medium for numerous applications. It can display images in true 1080i and 720p HDTV as well as 480i and 480p SDTV signals, thanks to its improved 1024 x 1024 high-resolution pixel array. The PDS-4241 can also display the video output from a computer up to UXGA resolution, to display computer graphics with extraordinary clarity and color definition.
The Fujitsu PDS-4241 Plasmavision Slimscreen monitor is truly the ultimate plasma display. It utilizes the latest generation of the company's proprietary ALiS (Alternate Lighting of Surfaces) technology, which discharges the electrodes in the plasma panel in a more efficient manner than conventional plasma monitors to achieve significantly higher brightness and definition, yielding extraordinary clarity, sharpness and color accuracy. Fujitsu's newly developed APLC (Advanced Peak Luminance Control) system provides improved contrast of 500: 1 and brightness through advanced rib materials and phosphors for enhanced panel brightness to a remarkable 700 cd/m2 without affecting product life.
The PDS-4241 incorporates a host of additional image-enhancing technologies for unsurpassed image quality. Built with Fujitsu's AVM advanced digital video signal processor, it virtually eliminates motion artifacts and flicker, improves vertical resolution and reproduces natural movement with ease. The processor's built-in line doubler converts NTSC signals and uses different types of processing for moving and still pictures, yielding smoother images with more natural movement and without visible scan lines. High definition Television (HDTV) and DVD signals are enhanced by the processor to achieve the optimum image for the plasma display.
High definition and high brightness is realized by displaying 1024 scanning lines with same 512 lines of scanning electrodes as conventional system, by discharging alternately the spaces between the display electrodes and the scanning display electrodes not being used in the conventional system.