Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
From PowerView’s website
The PowerView 290 is the most compelling and exciting computer monitor ever. It offers any power user a new visual gateway to challenging computing tasks. The 3.9 million pixels of resolution neatly wrap themselves around the user in a flat panel array that is 43.5″ X 12.5″ (111 X 290 cm) big.
The clarity and vast screen real estate provided by this display is compatible with nearly all computing platforms including Unix, Mac OS and Windows/NT.
Type: Flat / Segmented
Material: TFT/LCD technology
Resolution: >3.9 million pixels ( 3840 X 1024)
h: 18.5″ (47 cm)
w: 48″ (122 cm)
d: 17″ (43 cm)
If you have 3 PCI slots and about $27,000 to spare, you might want to get one of these.
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