Sony first introduced their PVM-2551MD medical–grade OLED monitor in September last year, but at (long, relatively speaking) last it has picked up approval by the FDA in the US, which clearly places it in line to be part of a medical grade monitor Stateside. This is touted to be the world’s first medical-grade monitor, where it comes with a 25″ display, and is tipped to offer significant benefits for a range of surgical procedures where it merges all the advantages that came with Sony’s OLED technology, including true-to-life color reproduction, high resolution, and virtually no motion blur at all.
George Santanello, general manager, Sony Medical Systems Division, said, “Already showing tremendous advantages for surgeons in other parts of the world, the new Sony OLED monitor will now enhance surgical viewing in the U.S., and become the ‘must have’ medical display. A number of Sony’s key technology resellers and integrators have already evaluated the display and noted the significant benefits of OLED versus traditional LCD, so we’re excited about getting the product into operating rooms across the country.”
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