Formac has introduced its new Gallery 2010 Xtreme-5 20.1in displays.
Available in black, silver and white, the company claims its new TFT monitor offers support for high screen resolutions alongside an 8ms pixel response time and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1.
A Formac display, today
Native resolution is 1,600-x-1,200 and the display's viewing angle is 178-degrees. Additional features include a three year warranty and a built-in two-port USB hub.
For advanced users, the Gallery 2010 Xtreme-5 displays support true 8-bit and 16.7 million colours so should be able to handle subtle colour variations.
The £429 display is designed for use with computers equipped with DVI connections, such as the Mac Pro or an Apple notebook that's equipped with a DVI interface and 64MB of video RAM.