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Monday
Aug062012

New Dome(R) GX Series 4 Megapixel Widescreen Color Radiology Display

"NDS Surgical Imaging (NDSsi) is now shipping its new Dome(R) GX4MP radiology display, a 30-inch widescreen model offering multi-modality viewing in both color and grayscale. With resolution of 2500 x 1600, the GX4MP is ideal for reading Computed Tomography (CT) scans, MRI, PET-CT, Nuclear Medicine, Digital Pathology and Ultrasound. The product is also suited for Computed Radiography (CR) & Direct Radiography (DR) images, because the GX4MP is FDA 510(k) cleared for review and analysis.

"The feature set of the Dome GX4MP brings a new level of flexibility and value to the reading room," said Daniel Webster, Vice President & General Manager, Radiology Business Unit at NDSsi. "We've taken the popular 4 megapixel platform and combined it with a widescreen format plus enhanced color and grayscale options. The result is a high-performance, high-versatility display without the higher price tag typically associated with other widescreen models."" via MarketWatch

 

Display Alliance is published by Mass Integrated Systems, Inc., a global display distributor. We supply display panels for Digital Signage, Industrial, Military, Medical, End-of-life, Projected Capacitive Touch (PCAP), Laptops, Tablets, and more. Call us for sourcing and purchasing: (978) 465-6190

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