Wednesday, February 1st 2012

NEC Display Solutions Expands AccuSync Series with 24-Inch LCD Desktop Monitor

NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, announced today the 24-inch AS241W to its AccuSync Series of value-driven desktop monitors. This series is ideal for small-to-medium-sized businesses, schools and government offices.

The LED-backlit AS241W, which joins the AS171, AS192, AS191WM and AS221WM displays, offers a full range of environmental compliance, including EPEAT Silver, ENERGY STAR 5.1 and TCO 5.2 ratings. This full HD display boasts a quick 5ms Rapid Response time that delivers virtually uninterrupted, undistorted viewing of high-speed, full-motion video. Energy-saving ECO Mode enables users to toggle between pre-configured brightness settings that reduce power consumption, heat generation and extend the life of the AS241W.


"The AS241W is our first 24-inch 16:9 display in the AccuSync family, a popular size with the great features our SMB customers need for daily tasks," said Lynn Gu, Product Manager at NEC Display Solutions. "Many customers have moved to wide-format screens because of their ability to allow the viewing of multiple applications simultaneously. This practice is proven to increase productivity in the workplace."

The AS241W includes the following features:

- 24-inch, 16:9 TN panel with LED backlighting
- Slim and light design
- 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution
- 1000:1 typical contrast ratio
- 300 cd/m² brightness
- 5 ms Rapid Response time
- DVI-D and VGA inputs
- User-friendly On Screen Display (OSD) controls
- Tilt adjustability
- ECO Mode, carbon footprint meter
- ENERGY STAR 5.1 and TCO 5.2 compliant
- EPEAT Silver

The AccuSync AS241W ships with a 3-year limited parts and labor warranty and will be available in February 2012 at an estimated street price of $239.
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13 Comments on NEC Display Solutions Expands AccuSync Series with 24-Inch LCD Desktop Monitor

#1
Red_Machine
Is that an IPS panel, or a traditional TFT?
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Cristian_25H
News Poster
by: Red_Machine
Is that an IPS panel, or a traditional TFT?
TN panel
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#4
Red_Machine
5ms is a bit slow these days, considering most other TN panels are 2 or 3ms. My low-end TN panel from 2007 was 5ms...
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#5
TIGR
by: Red_Machine
5ms is a bit slow these days, considering most other TN panels are 2 or 3ms. My low-end TN panel from 2007 was 5ms...
Response times quoted by manufacturers should generally be taken with a grain of salt.
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repman244
by: Red_Machine
5ms is a bit slow these days, considering most other TN panels are 2 or 3ms. My low-end TN panel from 2007 was 5ms...
The times they usually put is grey to grey response time (which is the fastest anyway) they don't have a 2ms response all the time.
So even if they claim 5ms in reality it's probably around 10-15ms.
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#7
1c3d0g
NEC's IPS monitors are one of the best in the business. I hope they won't abandon this market, as the TN market is already saturated with low-quality panels (I'm aware a few exceptions exist, such as Gateway's FHX2402L).
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Wile E
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by: Red_Machine
5ms is a bit slow these days, considering most other TN panels are 2 or 3ms. My low-end TN panel from 2007 was 5ms...
There are no 2 or 3 ms panels. They ARE 5ms panels with heavy overdrive, and only achieve that performance under very specific circumstances.

Short version = manufacturers are full of shit.
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#9
Completely Bonkers
"1920 x 1080" = boring.

However, I'd like to see some industrious enterprising company offer 2x "1920 x 1080" in a gapless single bezel requiring two inputs, to essentially have a monstrous "1920x2160". That would be great for office use, and reading PDFs full screen.

Actually, you'd need to build such a screen off a 19" base with a higher pixel density. A 24" would mean the screen would be just too big/too high.
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#10
Prima.Vera
by: Red_Machine
5ms is a bit slow these days, considering most other TN panels are 2 or 3ms. My low-end TN panel from 2007 was 5ms...
maybe is 5ms-btw instead of 5ms-gtg

by: Completely Bonkers
"1920 x 1080" = boring.

However, I'd like to see some industrious enterprising company offer 2x "1920 x 1080" in a gapless single bezel requiring two inputs, to essentially have a monstrous "1920x2160". That would be great for office use, and reading PDFs full screen.

Actually, you'd need to build such a screen off a 19" base with a higher pixel density. A 24" would mean the screen would be just too big/too high.
Here we go again! :banghead::banghead::banghead:
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Wile E
Power User
by: Prima.Vera
maybe is 5ms-btw instead of 5ms-gtg




Here we go again! :banghead::banghead::banghead:
No, it is not "here we go again!" He clearly stated a purpose for his idea in a niche market. He made no reference to the standard market. Get your panties out of their bunch.
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#12
Prima.Vera
by: Wile E
No, it is not "here we go again!" He clearly stated a purpose for his idea in a niche market. He made no reference to the standard market. Get your panties out of their bunch.
you're boring
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Wile E
Power User
by: Prima.Vera
you're boring
I'm ok with that.
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