ViewSonic ships 20-inch LCD display for $369

Posted on Tuesday, May 16 2006 @ 15:49 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ViewSonic announced price reductions on two of its latest 20-inch LCD monitors. The new VG2021m and the award-winning widescreen VX2025wm are now available with estimated street prices starting at $369.

Today, ViewSonic also introduced the VG2021m LCD display with a slim bezel design and integrated multimedia speakers to deliver full stereo sound and save valuable desktop real estate. The 20-inch display features an optimum resolution of 1400x1050, which gives professionals--many of whom use a computer for up to eight hours per day--a big screen choice that doesn't sacrifice font and icon size, ultimately reducing eye fatigue. With 300 nits of brightness (typ), an 8 millisecond response time and a 500:1 contrast ratio (typ), the VG2021m offers brilliant color rendition, crystal-clear motion and photo-realistic image quality.

Although often overlooked when measuring productivity, larger displays, specifically with SXGA+ resolutions, increase employee output. This is due to a larger viewing surface that allows users to work with documents at true print size or control multiple applications simultaneously. A smaller screen requires zooming, scrolling and toggling, while a larger display can show spreadsheets, Web pages and Word documents side-by-side at 100 percent.

The VG2021m has an ESP of $369 and the widescreen VX2025wm comes in at $379.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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