Monitor vendor Princeton Graphic Systems hopes to sign a UK distributor as soon as possible to get its Arcadia consumer line into homes.
The company sells through off the page resellers including Simply Computers and Evesham but is negotiating with UK distributors at the moment. Achim Kirchamann, business development manager at Princeton, refused to name the candidates.
Arcadia combines the saturated colour of a television with the clarity of a computer monitor, Princeton claimed, along with a wireless keyboard to control it. It is designed for use with digital video disc, WebTV, cable TV, satellite TV and video players.
Kirchmann said: "Monitors that give better images will be big when home cinema and interactive TV take off."
The company picks specific wholesalers in each country, and already has deals with DX4 in France, Aryan in Spain and Pixologic in Portugal.
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