ViewSonic a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced its latest LED backlit monitor solution – the VX2460h-LED – offering the thinnest profile available for its size and class category.
Ideal for consumers, gamers, enthusiasts and discerning buyers alike, the VX2460h-LED is a sleek and stylish 24″ (61 cm)/23.6″ (60 cm) viewable ultra-slim widescreen display that pairs a 1/4″ (6.8 mm) ultra-slim thickness with advanced imaging technologies to reduce eye fatigue after extended viewing.
With a Full HD 1080p resolution, 2 ms video response time provided by ClearMotiv II imaging technology and ultra-high 40,000,000 : 1 dynamic contrast ratio, the VX2460h-LED delivers superior pixel performance. Paired with dual HDMI inputs for multiple media device connections, Windows 7 certification and touch sensitive controls for convenient on-screen display setting adjustments, the VX2460h-LED delivers stunning visual performance. Additionally, this mercury-free, Energy Star 5.1 certified display is equipped with ViewSonic’s ECO-mode feature which extends the lifetime of the display, while delivering energy savings of up to 40% when compared to a regular 23.6″ (60 cm) monitor.
The VX2460h-LED comes standard with a 3-year warranty, and the industry’s best pixel performance policy. The VX2460h-LED will be available in Europe mid May for an RRP £159 / €199 (inclusive of VAT).
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The new Philips LightFrame Moda 248X3LFHSB offers a 23.6-inch display but the overall design is the thing that catches your attention. On the outside the new monitor features an aluminum die-cast base with two-toned glossy finish and there’s also the proprietary LightFrame technology thanks to which the monitor emits a gentle blue light that soothes and refreshes the eye, hence reducing eye fatique and improving concentration.
The Philips LightFrame Moda 248X3LFHSB also features two dual HDMI connectors and a VGA port that allow connectivity to various other devices. In addition the Moda monitor comes with SmartColor that extends visual colour range for rich and vibrant images, SmartTxt, which can improve clarity of text-based applications including Word and PDF documents, and SmartResponse for fast transitions between moving frames.
Available now the Philips LightFrame Moda 248X3LFHSB costs 399 Singapore dollars.[HighTechReview]
Philips today introduced a new energy saving monitor namely the Brilliance 241P4LRY. Using this 24-inch monitor, you can greatly reduce your electricity bills by up to 80%. The Philips Brilliance 241P4LRY adopts the ErgoSensor technology that will turn off the monitor when no one is not in front of it. This smart monitor will also advise the user on neck posture and optimal viewing distance. It features WLED backlighting, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 5 ms response time, a 250 cd/m2 maximum brightness, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (20,000,000:1 SmartContrast), D-Sub, DVI and DisplayPort connectivity, four USB 2.0 ports, two 1.5 W speakers, and a stand enabling height, swivel, tilt and rotation adjustment.
The Philips Brilliance 241P4LRY will be launched next month for 339 Euro ($452).
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If that display up there looks familiar, it’s because it’s already won itself a fancy schmancy iF product design award. But as Prospero would say, ’tis new to thee at least if you live on this side of the Atlantic. Acer just announced it’s bringing that very S23HL monitor to the US, along with four other models whose screens range in size from 20 to 27 inches. The S235HL is clearly the star of the show here, with a half-inch-thick frame and asymmetrical stand. (It has 1080p resolution and VGA / HDMI ports too, if you’re interested in more than just the design.) Intrigued? You can expect to fork over $219 for it when it lands stateside next month.
Moving on, Acer also has two other 23-inch, 1080p monitors — the S230HL Abd and Abii — with the former packing VGA and DVI ports, and the latter trading DVI for two HDMI sockets. Look for those in April for $169 and $189, respectively. Of the lot, the most expensive is the 27-inch S271HL, a 27-inch, 1080p monitor with DVI, HDMI and a VESA mount. You can snag one now for a cool $329. Last but not least, if you’re on a tighter budget there’s the 20-inch S200HL, which has a more modest 1600 x 900 resolution, along with VGA and DVI ports. That’s on sale now for $139. More info on all of these in the PR after the break, though we’re pretty sure we passed on all the pertinent details already.
Source : engadget
Take two cables into the shower? Not AOC, who’s announced its new e2251Fwu 22-inch USB monitor, a sizable step up from last time. Taking power and signal from the same lead means one less wall port and less desk-spaghetti, which it claims makes it ideal for multi-screen computing.
Spec-wise, we’re looking at 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (far less at native, no doubt), 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and a 5ms response time. The plug and play device should work on all your favorite operating systems, when it lands in February for $199. See the full PR after the break.
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Starting from January 18, NEC will propose in Japan a new pair of 24” WUXGA TN LED LCDs with the MultiSync LCD-EA243WM and MultiSync LCD-EA243WM-BK (White and Black). While these monitors are coming with some rather “common” specs, NEC however brought a new interested feature on these monitors that comes with a en ECO MODE display the amount of CO2 emissions while powered on! So if you are an eco-conscious freak, this new CO2 emissions counter is just what you will need to stop your WOW addiction!
Other features includes a 20 to 46W power consumption, a 25,000:1 contrast ratio, a 250cd/m2 brightness, HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D, mini-D-SUB, USB… for just 45,000 Yen.
LG has announced that it will be debuting a new range of IPS LCD monitors at CES 2012 in January, and we will see a couple of new models which include the LG DM92 series, which is a 27 inch 3D LCD display with an ultra thin bezel.
“The quality and technological superiority of LG’s 3D display products are second to none, according to the findings of internationally renowned research organizations and respected media outlets,” said Havis Kwon, President and CEO of LG Home Entertainment Company. “The 2011 IPS monitor line-up shows LG’s commitment to further build upon on this reputation and technological prowess in order to provide consumers with the most immersive home entertainment experience possible.”
There will also a be a 23 inch 3D IPS LCD display, the DM82, plus a 27 inch and a 23 inch DM52 series, we should have full specifications and pricing details when they are announced at CES.
AOC has a new screen you might want to checkout. The new display is called the AOC e2343Fi and the dock for the iPhone is directly under the screen on its round base. The dock on the stand will also work with dockable iPods as well.
The screen is 23-inches wide and the dock will shoot video content from the iPhone or iPod directly to the 23-inch screen for viewing. The dock also uses SRS Premium Sound loudspeakers. The ability to shoot video directly to the screen and improve audio makes the display a nice multimedia station for iPhone and iPod users.
The e2343Fi faculty be on pass at CES succeeding month. AOC instrument also be viewing off a new 3D show at CES in 23-inch situation and a rotatable USB showing. That USB demo can be a portable supervise or a digital pic build. Pricing and availability on the displays is unknown.
ViewSonic has today launched in North America its newest 3D monitor, the 23-inch V3D231 which features an LED backlight, a dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1, and a response time of 2ms video response time together with a 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution
The ViewSonic V3D231 also comes with integrated SRS premium sound audio speakers and is equipped with VGA, DVI-D and HDMI 1.4a inputs.
The V3D231 is backed by a three-year warranty and costs $349.
AOC, known for his fervent activity in the video industry, has a new portable monitor designed for easy use on the go: in fact, thanks to the USB interface, the new monitor e1649fwu AOC may charge and receive signals, thus eliminating the need for additional cables.
E1649fwu The USB LED is a 16-inch screen with 1366 x 768p resolution, 5,000,000:1 contrast and response time of 5 ms; other technical or design details were not provided officially, but from the pictures the new monitor compact and slim looks, well equipped with a removable stand for a comfortable support.
The new e1649fwu USB LED monitor AOC will be available in October to $ 139 (about 100 euro exchange rate). For those who needed a second monitor as easy to always carry, might be very interesting.
Via | LaptopMag