|ViewSonic, a provider of visual display products, has stated that they have unveiled 10 new consumer monitors that are built on their new ViewLED backlighting, Full HD realism and 3D Ready technologies. The new monitors are said to be greener and smarter and are ideal for green conscious consumer who do not want to skimp on the bells and whistles.
The new ViewLED eco-friendly offerings from ViewSonic enable consumers to experience dynamic entertainment in any room of the home.
The newly unveiled 24” (23.6” Vis) VX2450wm-LED and 22” (21.5” Vis) VX2250wm-LED are built with slim, sleek design and 1920x1080 Full HD 1080p resolution for crystal clear picture quality. Their built-in innovative mercury free WLED Backlight technology can automatically detect image signal and intelligently control backlight brightness for blacker blacks, pure whites and more clearly defined grays.
The company’s new VX39 Series monitors which are available in 22” (21.5” Vis), 24” (23.6” Vis) and 27” viewable screen sizes are designed with 1920x1080 Full HD 1080p resolution, a 2ms response time and HDMI, DVI and VGA inputs into a slim, sleek frame.
While the VX50 Series is specifically designed for the ultimate eco-friendly multimedia experience, the new VX39 series are for state of the art speed and connectivity. ViewSonic has unveiled new monitors in the VA31 and VA32 Series for the cost-conscious consumer or commercial owner that still wants a sleek looking monitor.
ViewSonic officials have stated that continuing in their commitment to the future of digital entertainment, they believe bringing the latest in ViewLED technology to their monitors is key for their continued industry leadership. They have more than 20 year standard of innovation, quality and expertise which can clearly be seen in their new visual display products. The company is also proud to push the industry standard on new technologies that are as innovative as they are affordable for the everyday consumer.
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Edited by Erin Harrison