Yesterday I installed this one... My first impression was the the sober look of this deveice... On second hand, there are several different ways to connect any device to the screen, what makes it very functional! One of the best features I discovered about the LCD3210 is the functionality to bring up any resolution you'd like. Just by adjusting manually the horizontal & vertical resolution, you'll be able to connect any device and show it properly onto the NEC Multisync LCD 3210. I've tested the device by showing the movie "Gladiator", using a Mac Book Pro 15" (1440 x 900) connected through simple VGA cable... It also has a RS232 connection, so you can control your NEC with a PC... The only disadvantage I discovered yet is that this device has no TV-Tuner integrated (actually like lots of LCD-player). But that's easy to modify through a tv-tuner (eventually integrated in a VCR, DVD- player).
The demand for large-format displays as a source for showing up-to-date information and for POS applications is increasing out of all proportion. With the NEC MultiSync LCD3210, NEC Display Solutions offers a compact model in the public displays product family. A 32-inch screen diagonal, 16.7 million colors, a resolution of 1360 x 768 pixels in 16:9 format, and brilliant picture quality are the most important features. In order to keep the costs for the customer as low as possible over the whole useful life of the unit, the NEC MultiSync LCD3210 is easy to operate and has a low power consumption.
The NEC MultiSync LCD3210 impresses with its flexibility: D-SUB, DVI-D and BNC connectors make it equally suitable for displaying video and computer signals. The NEC MultiSync LCD3210 is also a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to installation options. Depending on individual requirements, the bezel of the unit can be removed and the display thus built into existing environments. And as a video wall, with the TileMatrix function for optimum display of picture data, the NEC MultiSync LCD3210 meets all demands. The main areas of application for the 32-inch unit are the transport sector - especially for use in railway stations and airports - and the retail sector in small shops, and as an information terminal in busy public locations such as hotel lobbies.