3D update: New black version of the Fujitsu P23T-6 comes with FPR technology
Autor: Markus Hevesi
11/14/2011, 14:01 CET
Fujitsu has provided the IPS display P23T-6, which went through our test procedure the beginning of the year, with a 3D update, so professionals are able to easily switch between 2D applications in the graphics and CAD / CAE area and 3D visualizations.
Based on FPR 3D technology, the Fujitsu P23T-6 FPR 3D shows flicker-free images with up to 95 cd/m2. The FPR method creates two nested images that are separated by polarizing glasses for the right and left eye. The brain produces the three-dimensional effect by combining these individual images again. Due to the wide viewing angle, 3D presentations can be experienced by small groups at the same time, even in daylight.
The flat housing of the P23T-6 FPR 3D was conferred the red dot design award. (Image: Fujitsu)
The 4-in-1 stand allows height adjustment, large tilt and swivel angles, and pivot mode. Large energy saving potential is given by LED Backlight, ABC sensor for automatic brightness adjustment and an Eco-mode. Like its predecessor, the screen consumes no power in standby mode.
Short video impression of the P23T-6 FPR 3D on the Fujitsu Forum2011th (YouTube Video: BusinessComputingTV)
Other features of the display are DICOM-compliant factory setting, which allows the use of greyscale graphics-oriented medical applications, as well as a variety of interfaces, including DisplayPort, DVI-D, VGA, and USB. The Fujitsu monitor P23T-6 FPR 3D is available in late November for a RRP of 399 Euros; the manufacturer offers a three-year warranty.