ViewSonic debuts 120Hz 22-inch LCD display at NVISION

Posted on Monday, Aug 25 2008 @ 20:48 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ViewSonic announced it will show off a 22" 120Hz LCD display prototype at NVISION. The display maker says this 120Hz display delivers rich, colorful, blur-free video performance on traditional gaming, entertainment and graphic applications, while also delivering eye-popping stereoscopic 3D when used with NVIDIA's GeForce Stereoscopic 3D gaming technology.

The panel has a 1680 x 1050 pixel resolution, 300 nits brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 3ms gray-to-gray response time. ViewSonic says its first 120Hz displays will be available later this year.
The 22-inch 120Hz display coupled with 3ms gray-to-gray response time provides much better Motion Picture Response Time (MPRT) than the typical "fast-response" displays on the market today, virtually removing the appearance of motion artifacts and ghosting. This makes it the LCD of choice for extreme gaming, entertainment, computer animation, precision graphic work and traditional computer applications. Features, such as integrated 2Wx2 stereo speakers and Dual Link DVI digital input, combine to expand entertainment options and make the monitor the must-have display for 3D gaming.

The display offers excellent front-of-screen performance, including Professional Color Certification, 1680x1050 resolution, 300 nits of high brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio, as well as wide viewing angles for getting the most out of fast action games, downloaded video content and full-length movies. When coupled with NVIDIA's GeForce Stereoscopic 3D technology, the ViewSonic 120Hz display provides game enthusiasts with realistic depth, intense motion, rich graphics and detailed images that literally leap off the screen.

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