The notable feature in the new NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX and LCD1970VX models, which are replacing the LCD1770V and LCD1970V displays, include NEC's Ambix dual input technology, providing both a traditional analog input and a DVI connection for enhanced compatibility with today's and tomorrow's PCs. By combining outstanding image quality, reliability and performance, the new 17-inch and 19-inch models are some of the most full-featured, digital-ready LCD desktop displays in the value category.
The all new NEC MultiSync LCD2170NX boasts a large 21-inch viewable screen image, an ultra high 1600 x 1200 native resolution, an 8-millisecond response time, a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a brightness level of 300 cd/m(squared), making it one of the brightest and fastest 21-inch displays on the market. The MultiSync LCD2170NX monitor also features a conveniently located, fully integrated 4-port powered USB Hub as well as a full-featured stand that includes height adjustment, tilt and swivel.
Key features in the new MultiSync LCD1770VX and LCD1970VX models include:
Estimated street prices for the new NEC MultiSync 70 Series products are: $345 for the MultiSync LCD1770VX, $460 for the MultiSync LCD1970VX and $1,180 for the MultiSync LCD2170NX.
Thin-frame design allows more viewable image and less of the monitor bezel, while freeing up more horizontal and vertical desktop space for multiple-monitor applications Height-adjustable stand adds flexibility and comfort for optimal viewing No Touch Auto Adjust reduces setup time and provides optimal image settings upon initial power-on Ambix dual-input technology allows for digital/analog compatibility with upgraded video cards and software as well as connection to two systems NaViSet software offers an expanded and intuitive graphical interface, allowing easier OSM display settings adjustments via mouse and keyboard Multi-directional NaViKey allows for easy screen setting adjustments Rapid Response technology delivers virtually uninterrupted, undistorted viewing of high-speed, full-motion video