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DVDO Launches iScan Mirco 4K Upscaler and Video Enhancement Device  Print E-mail
Home Theater News Video Processors-Switchers News
Written by High Def Digest   
Monday, 04 May 2015

DVDO has announced the release of its newest device. The iScan Micro is a compact 4K scaler and video enhancement system.

Since most home content is still 1080p resolution or below, iScan Micro is exactly what consumers need to ensure their 4K TV displays brilliant UHD content," said Doug Fealtman, general manager of DVDO, Inc.  "Poor-quality scaling and blocky Internet video reduce video quality; by simply adding iScan Micro to the back of the TV, consumers can get the best possible picture and realize their investment in a leading-edge TV."

The iScan Micro features VRS ClearView Technology, 4K Ultra HD Adaptive Scaling (HDMI 2.0), Edge and Detail Enhancement, Video Smoothing, Mosquito Noise Reduction, an IR input port, and dedicated remote buttons for easily changing between the device's three modes. The product can be used as a stand-alone enhancement device for 4K and 1080p TVs, or as a companion to a video processor or switcher like the company's Quick6.

DVDO's iScan Micro will be available in late Q2 2015 for a suggested retail price of $129.

Source: High-Def Digest via DVDO








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