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AAMI 2013 a Big Success for Quest & AlphaView

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AAMI_Day_2_CrewQuest would like to thank all AAMI 2013 attendees for helping making this year’s conference a great success! For three days, the Quest / AlphaView booth was brimming with guests discussing their service and repair issues and getting an up close view of the AlphaView BOLT battery-powered mobile video solution.

Watch your email inbox for upcoming AAMI wrap up promotions and specials.  We’ll see you all at AAMI 2014 in Philadelphia, PA

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QUEST ANNOUNCES ALPHAVIEW BOLT™ BATTERY-POWERED MOBILE WIRELESS SURGICAL VIDEO SOLUTION

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Irvine, CA – January 22, 2013 – Quest International, Inc., a leading supplier of medical imaging display technologies and information technology solutions, today announced the availability of the AlphaView® Battery-Powered Mobile Video Cart. The newly announced wireless HD video, surgical display system feature a 32 inch, 2.3 megapixel medical-grade LCD on a heavy-duty battery-powered mobile cart. Under typical operating conditions, the AVC2F4P-CART will power the 32 inch LCD monitor for up to 8 hours between charges.

Quest_AlphaView_Battery_Powered_Cart_AVC2F4P-CART_RGB_1500x3500“Healthcare video applications are rapidly evolving and the introduction of the AlphaView Battery-Powered Mobile Cart allows facilities to adapt to these new demands,” said Shawn Arshadi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Quest International. “Until now, surgical displays were typically mounted to booms or towers. With the AlphaView Battery-Powered Mobile Cart that valuable asset is now able to move where it’s needed, when it’s needed,” Arshadi continued.

The AlphaView mobile video system ships complete with a medical-grade 32 inch HD LCD, heavy-duty rolling cart, foot pedal controlled height adjustable mounting column, 76.8 Ah (Amp-Hour) lithium-ion battery pack and 60GHz HD video receiver and transmitter, allowing picture-perfect wireless reception up to 10 meters from the video source.

The 32 inch (1,920 x 1,080) medical-grade display produces HD images with over 2 million pixels and a 1300:1 contrast ratio, delivering the superb image quality needed in surgical settings.

Other features and advantages of the surgical display include the following:

- Bright LCD Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 full HD)
- Clear 1080p artifact-free images
- 178˚ viewing angle
- Anti-reflective protective overlay
- Fully compatible with most HD video camera systems
- Liquid drop safe aluminum enclosure (IPX1)
- Display is medically certified: UL60601-1, FCC-B, CE, CCC, CAN/CSA, ICES-001, VCCI-B, Medical Class 1

The AlphaView Battery-Powered Mobile Video Cart, AVC2F4P-CART, is currently available for sale with pricing available upon request.

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QUEST INTRODUCES WIRELESS 2MP COLOR MEDICAL LCD

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Irvine, CA – November 21, 2011 – Quest International, Inc., a leading global supplier of imaging display technologies and information technology solutions, today announced the release of the AlphaView® AVC2F1P, a wirelessly-enabled color LCD display for surgical, OR, ER and other healthcare environments where viewability, mobility and flexibility are essential. The AVC2F1P is a 24 inch diagonal, 2-megapixel (MP) surgical-grade LCD.

Key to the AVC2F1P is its wireless functionality. The 24 inch color medical display is pre-configured with a 60GHz High Definition video receiver and transmitter, allowing picture-perfect wireless reception up to 10 meters from the video source. “We’re seeing widespread acceptance of wireless technologies in surgical settings, and the AlphaView AVC2F1P fits seamlessly into these environments,” said Shawn Arshadi, President and Chief Executive Officer of Quest International.

Supporting all accepted video formats, the AlphaView wireless video system can transmit the video signal from any surgical camera or existing monitor that supports a video output. “With the AlphaView wireless system surgical centers can enhance their video capabilities, in terms of safety, flexibility and efficiency,” Arshadi continued.

The AVC2F1P comes standard with a three-year warranty.

AlphaView offers a complete line of cost effective medical imaging, diagnostic and surgical displays available exclusively through Quest International.

Quest International also announced that the wireless AVC2F1P and the entire AlphaView LCD line will be on display at RSNA 2011, the annual conference and trade show sponsored by the Radiological Society of North America. Quest is exhibiting at RSNA in booth 8924

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Quest International Revamps AlphaView LCD Product Line and Website

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Irvine, CA – November 13, 2011 - Quest International, Inc., a leading global supplier of imaging display technologies and IT service solutions, today announced that it has its medical line AlphaView, and the website www.alphaviewlcd.com

“We want to give our web visitors a more enriching experience online for the AlphaView products”, said Kaye Katouzian, vice president and chief operating officer of Quest International. “The new AlphaView website now includes streaming video demonstrations and an easier to navigate selection based on the visitor’s medical display interests,” Katouzian continued.

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The company also announced the availability of the AVC2F1P 24 inch, 2MP color wireless surgical endoscopy LCD display system. “We’re seeing widespread acceptance of wireless technologies in surgical settings, and the AVC2F1P fits seamlessly into these environments,” said Shawn Arshadi, president and chief executive officer of Quest International.

Supporting all accepted video formats, the AlphaView AVC2F1P wireless video system can transmit the video signal from any surgical camera or existing monitor that supports a video output. “With the AlphaView wireless system surgical centers can enhance their video capabilities, in terms of safety, flexibility and efficiency,” Arshadi continued.
Also announced in the AlphaView product line refresh was the addition of the AVM2T0P, a 20.1 inch, 2MP grayscale display that provides a plug and play upgrade path to LCD technology from many popular legacy medical CRTs, including those for use in MRI, CR, X-ray, C-arms, CR, OR and angiography modalities.

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