Tuesday, May 1st 2012

ViewSonic Launches the VX2460h-LED Ultra-Slim Display

ViewSonic a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced its latest LED backlit monitor solution - the VX2460h-LED - offering the thinnest profile available for its size and class category.

Ideal for consumers, gamers, enthusiasts and discerning buyers alike, the VX2460h-LED is a sleek and stylish 24" (61 cm)/23.6" (60 cm) viewable ultra-slim widescreen display that pairs a 1/4" (6.8 mm) ultra-slim thickness with advanced imaging technologies to reduce eye fatigue after extended viewing.


With a Full HD 1080p resolution, 2 ms video response time provided by ClearMotiv II imaging technology and ultra-high 40,000,000 : 1 dynamic contrast ratio, the VX2460h-LED delivers superior pixel performance. Paired with dual HDMI inputs for multiple media device connections, Windows 7 certification and touch sensitive controls for convenient on-screen display setting adjustments, the VX2460h-LED delivers stunning visual performance. Additionally, this mercury-free, Energy Star 5.1 certified display is equipped with ViewSonic's ECO-mode feature which extends the lifetime of the display, while delivering energy savings of up to 40% when compared to a regular 23.6" (60 cm) monitor.

The VX2460h-LED comes standard with a 3-year warranty, and the industry's best pixel performance policy. The VX2460h-LED will be available in Europe mid May for an RRP £159 / €199 (inclusive of VAT).
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4 Comments on ViewSonic Launches the VX2460h-LED Ultra-Slim Display

#1
LAN_deRf_HA
I think when you're going this style focused it's ok to ditch the birds...
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Mistral
I don't get their design... Why market it as "ultra-slim" and then go über-fat on the bezel? :banghead:
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#3
zomg
resolution 1920 x 1080 ... not funny anymore, how long are they going to troll us with tv resolution ? 24 inches to waste

vga, 2 hdmi ports, no other digital ports

may be they need to switch from monitors to tv manufacturing?
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Delta6326
by: Mistral
I don't get their design... Why market it as "ultra-slim" and then go über-fat on the bezel? :banghead:
I agree.

All company's need to take note of Samsung's HDTV bezels


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