NEC Display Solutions got the go-ahead from the FDA to begin selling its 21-inch medical monitor, the company announced this month. NEC’s MultiSync MD211C2 and MD211C3 monitors are designed for clinical viewing of imaging for diagnostic purposes.
The monitor is designed to work with Picture Archiving & Communication System technology, and features software that automatically adjusts display brightness based on ambient light conditions.
The Itasca, Ill.-based NEC Display Solutions will sell the cleared monitors at a "street price" of $4,299 and $5,499 with a 5 year warranty, according to a press release.
"NEC is honored to receive FDA certifications for our MD211C2 and MD211C3 medical diagnostic displays," said product manager Art Marshall in prepared remarks. "Our strong commitment to the medical industry is substantiated by these latest FDA certifications."