Zalman does not stop in quiet cooling bodies for special computers, and it enters the LCD screen market. Exclusive exposure.
During our tour today at CeBIT, when we arrived at the booth of Zalman - the well-known heat sink manufacturer, a surprise awaited us. Alongside the heat sinks for processors and video cards, a special wall stand dedicated to LCD screens was set up. LCD screens ?! At Zalman's booth? Yes Yes!
We immediately called for help Brian Kim, The marketing director of the Korean company, and asked him why they were putting other companies' products into their stand. Kim turned our attention to the Zalman logo on the screens and pointed out that these were company products.
It should be noted that the screens are not standard LCD screens, and include technology that allows viewing of full 3D movies using glasses.
On the screen there is a special filter, which in combination with films that have been encoded as required displays a blurry image. Watching the screen through glasses with a different filter refines the image and creates a three-dimensional effect.
"We decided to enter the LCD screen market," Kim said, "but we did not want to do it with a product that dozens of other companies have. The market today is very saturated, and we were looking for a functional addition that would set us apart from the rest."
For a few minutes I watched at the Zalman booth some demo videos that were specially converted by the company for display at the show. More details have yet to be revealed, however later this week, when Zalman's technical staff arrives in Hanover - expect more details on this exciting technology.