Formac is now shipping a new version of the Formac Gallery 1740. The 1740, originally designed as an LCD display monitor, now is available in a VGA configuration. The 1740 ships with 1,280 x 1,024 resolution and the Formac Display Connector to reduce cable clutter. According to Formac:
Formac Electronic Inc., a leading manufacturer of performance enhancing peripherals and advanced visualization solutions, today announced the VGA version of its award-winning Formac Gallery 1740.
The new Gallery 1740 VGA combines Formacs trendy design language with Fujitsus leading Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment (MVA) technology, setting new industry standards for brightness, viewing angle, contrast ratio and pixel response. Introduced originally as a strictly digital LCD, the new display is compatible with the wide range of Macintosh, PCs and laptops with the VGA interface.
Formacs new Gallery 1740 VGA features a true resolution of 1,280 by 1,024 and high quality multiple resolution support. Using an on-screen menu users can adjust image settings such as brightness, contrast, color, position and frequency.
You can find more information about the Formac Gallery 1740 at the Formac Web site. The Formac Gallery 1740 is available for US$699.00.