Iiyama’s first UltraHD display is the 40″ LE4041UHS-B1, which features a VA panel and is designed for public signage and professional applications.
Blue light suppresses melatonin production in the brain, which causes drowsiness. To counter this, Iiyama has built a blue light reduction technology into the display; this suppresses blue light without lowering the screen’s colour temperature. Picture-in- and picture-by-picture functionality is also built in.
The VA panel has a 5,000:1 contrast ratio, 4ms response time and 178° viewing angles. The display has 350 cd/m² of brightness, displays 10-bit colour and can operate for 12 hours each day. DisplayPort, HDMI (x2), VGA and RS232 ports are featured.
Iiyama is selling the LE4041UHS-B1 now, for €815 ex VAT.