14 to 16'' display requirement with HDMI input

Hello Team,

Tejas(TA) here,am handling Pre-sales activity and we are working for one project we have received following requirement to supply 14 to 16'' display requirement with HDMI input,does any one help in which make it will be available,i am worried as they have asked for HDMI inputs for 14-16'' display,generally HDMI starts with 18 '' display.
Preferred make are: HP/Samsung/Acer/ Lenovo/ Panasonic / Sony and specification are as per below,Screen Size 14 to 16"
Aspect Ratio:16:09
Panel Type:TN
Brightnes:200cd/m2 or higher
Contrast Ratio:600:1
Response Time: 8 ms or better
Viewing Angle (H/V) 90°H /65° V or better
Color Support 16.7M

Please revert me on the same or catch me on my mail.

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Post was last edited on October 31, 2015 7:33 AM PDT

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GeChic or

if you want to stay in the consumer domain only, look for a small HDTV. It won't be a major brand and colors, design, etc will suck. No other monitors unless you inquire about specialized commercial stuff with major mfrs.

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Re: monitor

isn't it a task of the company selling hardware to do the necessary research beforfe selling something. Why not ask the sales department of the companies you sell hardware from what they have to offer?


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