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Hyundai ImageQuest To Shift The Parameters For Performance LCD Monitors At CeBIT 2005

…8ms response time and integrated image software to come as standard…

11 March 2005

Hyundai ImageQuest today shifted the parameters for performance LCD monitors by announcing the standardisation of the majority of its LCD monitors to super fast 8ms response time panels and the introduction of its own ImageTune software across selected high-end gaming and office products.

The introduction of 8ms response time panels will place Hyundai ImageQuest monitors amongst the fastest responding LCD screens on market. Fast response times remove blurring and image trails when playing fast action games or using graphically demanding software applications. The company launched one of the industry’s first 8ms response time monitors already in late 2004.

Similarly, Hyundai ImageQuest’s ImageTune software will help deliver an enhanced visual experience by offering greater control over picture quality. Accessed through a PC-based graphical interface, ImageTune allows users to adjust picture setting dependent on the specific application being viewed such as movies, text based reports or simple web browser content. It also enables remote calibration of the monitor.

Hyundai ImageQuest will demonstrate its new gaming and ergonomic office user product ranges, ImageTune software and 8ms response time monitors at stand B17, hall 21, CeBIT 2005, Hanover, Germany. The company will also use the event to launch a series of new HDTV-ready LCD-TV and plasma screens including a 32-inch, 8ms response time display and a new 55-inch screen – one of the largest LCD-TVs available on the market.

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About Hyundai ImageQuest

With 20 years industry experience in display market, Hyundai ImageQuest focuses solely on manufacturing the industry’s broadest range of LCD and plasma displays and CRT monitors targeted at users’ specific requirements.

Hyundai ImageQuest’s offering ranges from 15-inch desktop LCD monitors through to 50-inch plasma displays with individual products targeted at gamers, office users and home TV users.

The company sells mainly through distribution with displays and monitors handled by Centreprise and Compusys. LCD and plasma TVs are currently distributed by Visual Displays.

Hyundai ImageQuest is headquartered in Korea with sales operations throughout Europe, China, Japan and United States. Its marketing office in the UK is in Basingstoke, Hampshire. For further information see:

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