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Sony Debuts Flagship Professional 4K HDR Monitor  

Sony Debuts Flagship Professional 4K HDR Monitor  

Sony Electronics has unveiled its new flagship professional 4K HDR monitor created for critical evaluation, color grading, live production and post-production. The BVM-HX3110 boasts a higher peak luminance of up to 4000cd/m, thanks to the company’s dual layer anti-reflection LCD panel with proprietary signal processing. The monitor also features brighter specular highlights, a new optional fast pixel response mode for reduced motion blur and standard IP interface for SMPTE ST2110 signals. Sony will be debuting the BVM-HX3110 at the NAB Show 2023 from April 16-19 in Las Vegas. 

In other news, Ultimea has released a new 1080p smart projector. The Apollo P40 1080P Native Projector promises to provide an unparalleled viewing experience for both home entertainment and professional presentations. It features 80 percent higher brightness uniformity, 920×1080 pixels, 4K support and a premium LCD panel, among a host of other cool innovations. The Apollo P40 boasts 5G dual-band Wi-Fi, which ensures an ultra-smooth viewing experience. 

Lastly, Garmin has announced the release of a new GPS navigation system that is joining its lineup of popular driving solutions. The Garmin Drive 53 and Garmin Drive 53 & Traffic feature a bright 5-inch touch screen display with an 800×480 resolution, which makes it easy for drivers to follow their recommended route. The new GPS offers several road trip-ready features, including driver alerts, TripAdvisor travel ratings, an internal map of U.S. national parks and a dedicated GPS navigator. 


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