Ostendo CRVD – The Power Of Curved

Ostendo CRVD

Ostendo CRVD, earlier announced as NEC CRV43, the world?s first curved display is already on sale.

It offers vivid LED colors and comes with 2880 x 900 double WXGA+ resolution, 32:10 aspect ratio (180% wider than 16:9 displays), 0.02 ms response time, 68.7 billion colors, 10,000:1 contrast and DVI-D Single Link, HDMI and USB 2.0 connectivity.

The CRVD’s seamless curved screen engages 75% of the Human Visual System (HVS) peripheral vision. It also eliminates eye fatigue because the screen is curved and the user’s focal distance remains constant across the screen. CRVD displays work with existing graphics cards, drivers, and games, so there is no need for special hardware or software.

The CRVD is currently available for sale in the U.S.A. and Canada for $6499 MSRP.

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8 thoughts on “Ostendo CRVD – The Power Of Curved”

    1. as a programmer buying this would be stupid. it designed for other stuff. though i still cant imagine what to fill all that space with. and 900px is a bit small. thats the same height as my 15in laptop screen. wtf.

      1. I don't agree. In fact, I can't imagine programming without 2 screens. My VisualStudio is configured with the text editor on the left screen and find results + output + debugging windows + Outlook on the right side.

        So yes, as a programmer I'd like to have a screen like that, and I'd know how to fill the space… It's true that the 900px is quite low, though.

  1. How the f*ck did this get crap get categorised under “Science”? Could it be that “jmserra” (i.e. the original stumbler) is too bloody stupid to understand the difference science and advertising?

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