“Apple is on the verge of announcing a new, totally re-designed family of three flat-panel displays with the addition of a 30-inch HD-ready model. In what appears to be a major change in direction for Apple, the displays will exclusively use a digital visual interface (DVI) connector and will not come with Apple’s proprietary Apple Display Connector (ADC),” ThinkSecret reports.
“Sources have confirmed the three new thin film transistor (TFT) active-matrix liquid crystal displays will be available in 20-inch, 23-inch and 30-inch sizes. The 20-inch model will have a maximum resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels with a viewable area of 20.1 inches. The 23-inch, HD-ready model will have a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels with a viewable area of 23.0 inches. The 30-inch, HD-ready model will have a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels with a viewable area of 29.7 inches,” ThinkSecret reports.
“The new displays will be dramatically different from the current models in style and shape, as seen below in an exclusive artist rendering commissioned by Think Secret. All three displays will reportedly be around one-inch thick across their entire frame, which will be much smaller and thinner than the current models. The frame will have an aluminum, brushed metal look,” ThinkSecret reports.
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