NEC unveils three new LCD displays

Posted on Saturday, February 09 2008 @ 17:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NEC announced the addition of three new wide-screen desktop displays to the popular AccuSync line, targeted to small- to medium-sized businesses, direct marketers, home office workers, system builders, and retail channels. The 19-inch ASLCD194WXM and the 22-inch ASLCD224WXM displays replace the previous generation wide products, while the 17-inch ASLCD174WXM is a new addition to this category. Each is a multimedia product, and the displays are enhanced with a new, sleek, thin design. All models are touch-integration compatible.

The three new displays, all sporting black cabinets, have the following key features:
  • Native resolution of 1440 x 900 for the ASLCD174WXM and ASLCD194WXM, and 1680 x 1050 for the ASLCD224WXM
  • Brightness at 250 cd/m² for the 17-inch model, and 300 cd/m² for the 19-inch and 22-inch displays
  • Contrast ratio of 800:1 for the ASLCD174WXM, 1000:1 for the ASLCD194WXM and 900:1 for ASLCD224WXM
  • ECO Mode, NEC’s onscreen feature that allows users to reduce brightness and lower power consumption by 30 percent
  • Exceptional wide-screen performance
  • Sleek, thin bezel
  • Ambix® dual-input technology
  • Rapid-Response™ technology (8-ms – black to black – for the ASLCD174WXM and 5-ms – black to black – for the ASLCD194WXM and the ASLCD224WXM), which delivers virtually uninterrupted, undistorted viewing of high-speed, full-motion video
  • Built-in multimedia speakers
  • NaViSet™, which provides a graphical user interface that allows users to adjust On Screen Display (OSD®) settings via mouse and keyboard
  • The models will be available in March 2008 with an estimated street price of $209.99 for the ASLCD174WXM, $229.99 for the ASLCD194WXM, and $329.99 for the ASLCD224WXM.




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