Electrograph Bows TFT-LCD TV

By Greg Tarr On Oct 22 2001 - 6:00am

Electrograph Systems, a wholesale distributor of plasma display monitors, introduced a 17-inch TFT-LCD monitor featuring both PC and video accessibility.

Model DTS17V, $1,795 suggested retail, was designed for space sensitive applications, according to Electrograph. It was said to "deliver all the power and punch of its larger counterparts, at a significantly lower price."

The unit has a built-in 181-channel tuner, digital zoom, built-in image scaling, dual PC inputs, soft touch controls and wireless remote. It will ship in a variety of frame color options, including black, white and silver.

"The DTS17V is the most versatile product we have ever offered. It will be used in numerous markets and applications, including commercial, residential, educational and financial", said Sam Taylor, President of Electrograph.

Electrograph said it will market the DTS17V under the Electrograph brand name through a network of custom home theater dealers and professional AV resellers.

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