Thursday, January 10th 2013

Zalman Wakes Up PC Display Division, Starts Off on a 1080p Diet

Korean PC cooling, power, and peripherals company Zalman, which is diversifying on steroids, woke up its PC monitor division with four new 16:9 LED-backlit LCD monitor models, the 21.5-inch TM215, the 23-inch TM230, the 27-inch TM270 and TM270VA. The seven-year old 1080p is Zalman's resolution of choice for all four, and so are some commonalities such as 5 ms response time, dynamic mega-contrast, 250 cd/m² brightness, 170°/160° viewing angles, dual HDMI inputs (except on the 21.5-inch model), and 2W stereo sound. The TM270VA stands out with a VA (vertical alignment) panel. Zalman's monitor lineup should begin rolling out this quarter.
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