For years, Sony has tweaked existing products to provide "medical grade" products for health care. The lastest example is a medical grade display, with lots of bells and whistles.
matter from entering or exiting the unit to ensure that internal debris
cannot contaminate the sterile environment. The unit also complies with
VESA mounting standards and can be fixed to a surgical mount arm, which
makes it ideal for operating theatres.
In minimally-invasive procedures, such as endoscopy, the display in the
operating theatre is as important as the surgeons own eyes. If the
screen isnt up to the job, then patient outcomes could suffer. This
latest monitor launch shows Sony is continuing to lead the way in the development of medical-grade display devices.
The SXGA (1280x1024 pixels) display offers 10-bit video signal processing and supports HDTV (1080i/720p). Sounds expensive.