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Gateway FHD2400 and HD2200 LCD displays launched

Posted on Saturday, October 27 2007 @ 00:20:07 CEST by

Gateway has unveiled a new 24" and 22" LCD display.

The 24" FHD2400 features a 19240 x 1200 pixel resolution, 92% color gamut, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400cd/m² brightness and a 3ms response time.
The new Gateway 24-inch Display gives users several viewing options including an auto-rotation capability that allows the display to be viewed in both landscape and portrait modes, providing a 160 degree viewing angle. This enables users to view multiple applications or documents side-by-side, increasing productivity and efficiency. The included Gateway EzTune software automatically adjusts the screen image when the monitor is moved between orientations. This software also provides advanced color calibration, making it ideal for photographers, artists and graphic designers. The standard height-adjustable stand can be raised, lowered, swiveled, tilted and rotated for customer comfort.
The 24" FHD2400 will be available for $549.99.

Gateway also unveiled a new 22" LCD display - the HD2200. This panel features a 1680 x 1050 pixel resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 300cd/m² brightness and 4ms response time. This display costs $349.99.
Both displays provide a universal connection to today’s most popular technology devices, including a PC, TV or game console. In addition to the DVI-D interface, each display comes with a variety of inputs including, HDMI, VGA, and component connectors. There's also HDCP and picture-in-picture support and the 24-inch display also includes a composite and S-Video interface.

For enhanced usability, the 24-inch display also features a built-in, self-powered four-port USB 2.0 hub, allowing customers to easily connect to any USB device, such as a digital camera, MP3 player, keyboard or mouse, directly into the display rather than having to connect into a USB port on the PC.



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