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Apple unveils new family of Cinema Displays

During Steve Jobs’ WWDC keynote address today, Apple unveiled a new family of widescreen flat panel displays featuring a 30″ Apple Cinema HD display, a professional-quality, wide-format active-matrix LCD with 2560-by-1600 pixel resolution — the largest high resolution display ever created, according to Apple. Rounding out the new lineup are new 23″ and 20″ Cinema Displays. All feature dual FireWire and dual USB 2.0 ports built into the display and use the industry standard DVI interface for a pure digital connection with Apple’s latest Power Mac and PowerBook systems, as well as PCs with a DVI connector. Two 30-inch Cinema Displays can be driven simultaneously from Apple’s new Power Mac line of desktop workstations, offering professional users a desktop of 8 million pixels, according to Apple.

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