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ViewSonic offers VX and VA series LCD monitors

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 20 Sep 2007 19:33

ViewSonic offers VX and VA series LCD monitors ViewSonic has expanded its offerings to consumers with the addition of new VX and VA series LCD monitors to its line-up. The new VX models tout a dynamic contrast ratio of 4000:1, which is about four times better than traditional desktop LCDs. The company is marketing these new models at video editors and other digital entertainment professional who will benefit greatly from improved contrast ratio.
The VX1940w is a 19-inch monitor that offers a resolution of up to 1680x1050, which matches the resolution of many 20-inch and 22-inch monitors without having to scale up the size. The VX2240w model is a 22-inch monitor that offers a more comfortable viewing angle and the VX1932wm is a 19-inch display that offers a resolution of 1440x900.

The displays, which offer both VGA and DVI inputs, will begin shipping in October this year. The company is also offering the budget VA series which includes VA1926w, VA2026w and VA2226 which are 19-inch, 20-inch and 22-inch displays respectively. All are widescreen models and offer a dynamic contrast ratio of 2000:1. In a addition there is also the single 4:3 model, the 19-inch VA926.

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Electronista

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