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Video: New Vision Display unveils 32 inch computer monitor driven by full color reflective LCD technology

03 February 2022

New Vision Display has launched a unique and new asset for business and personal use: the Sun Vision Display (SVD) 32 inch computer monitor featuring full color reflective LCD technology. This monitor is specifically designed and manufactured to address eye strain and other visual issues that can arise when using traditional LCD and OLED monitors. By eliminating the need for backlighting through SVD’s reflective LCD structure, the monitor provides excellent readability in areas with bright ambient light that’s true whether the light source is natural or artificial.

A highly visible and detailed display

SVD 32 inch monitors improve eye comfort as well as readability through their reflective LCD structure. Instead of utilizing a backlight behind the LCD cell to illuminate the display, each pixel is formed by a diffused mirror, making optimal use of available ambient light. The screen offers full HD (1980 RGB x 1080) resolution and 16.7 million addressable colors, offering deep and rich detail for a variety of use cases. These monitors are intended for personal and professional use indoors, but can also be used outside during calm weather, in the absence of precipitation or high winds.

Source: New Vision DisplaySource: New Vision Display

Technical details and availability

The SVD 32 inch computer monitor operates at ultra-low power (less than 6 W, about 95% less than a comparable backlit monitor). It is both lightweight, at only 15 lbs., and features an ultra-thin, sleek design of just 0.2 inches at the monitor’s top and 0.9 inches at its base. With HDMI connectivity built in, an included 12 V adaptor and a built-in kickstand, this monitor is versatile and dependable.

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