Visualization: from slide to diagnosis
When slides are digitalized, they’re not viewed through a microscope but on a display screen. At Barco, we believe that qualitative visualization can lead to better insights and boost efficient workflows. So we took our knowledge about medical visualization and added a lot of research on pathology and digital pathology. We’re proud to present the result today: the MDPC-8127, a modern, ultra-high definition 27-inch medical grade display, designed exclusively for digital pathology.
Ultimate slide-to-eye confidence
The MDPC-8127 offers pathologists unprecedented visual richness and color confidence to work with, thanks to 1.07 billion possible colors, clear detail and minimal image blurring. The 8MP, ultra-high definition resolution and high pixel density make it possible for the MDPC-8127 to display more visible slide area at all viewer zoom levels. The display comes standard with a high-precision Barco touchpad, for improved ergonomics and productivity.
Sustainable & future-proof
Whole slide imaging scanners, viewing software and storage space are investments that pathology departments make to stand the test of time. A display being the final step in the imaging chain, it should do the rest of your digital pathology infrastructure justice. The MDPC-8127’s image quality remains stable over its long lifetime, and its 5-year warranty makes sure you can avoid unpleasant surprises.
The display received Barco’s A+ Eco Product Label, for its energy efficiency and the integration of power management functionalities, as well as the use of less materials, which are halogen-free and low-weight. Large plastic parts are unpainted, which enhances recycling possibilities significantly at the end of the display’s long lifetime.
With the MDPC-8127, we strive to maximally support pathologists in their digital workflow. So they can rely on an infrastructure that is built for their expertise and deliver qualitative patient outcomes.
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- ✓ Cleared to walk the digital path
- ✓ Your slides, visualized as never before
- ✓ Sustainable and future-proof
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