Sure, the SV-2400 announced today by Stealth Computer is “built to withstand the demanding effects of harsh environments typically encountered in industrial plant floor and Human Machine Interface applications,” but wouldn’t it also stand up to your bratty kids’ peanut butter and jelly-covered hands and the generally rambunctious nature of the rumpus room in your finished basement?
Finally! Dad can watch the big game while his three-year-old twin toddlers Tommy and Timmy stumble around like drunken acrobats, slamming into decorative crystal ducks, glass-encased championship Wheaties boxes, and, of course, your new 24-inch rugged widescreen LCD computer monitor with touchscreen interface.
Such a bulletproof display must be wrought with technological trade-offs, right? Lies! The SV-2400 features a 1920×1200 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 160 degree viewing angle, DVI and VGA inputs, and 250 nits of brightness. Tradeoffs, my ass.
Pricing begins at just under two grand and sales appear to be restricted to commercial customers, so sorry to get you all hot and bothered with the above text.