Thursday, October 2nd 2008

NEC Display Solutions Introduces New 24- and 19-inch Premium MultiSync LCD Monitors

Graphics designers, professionals or users with deep pockets out there looking for a high-end LCD monitor are advised to read this post, as NEC Display Solutions of America is launching today its new 24-inch MultiSync EA241WM widescreen and 19-inch MultiSync EA191M standard-format LCD monitors. These are the third and fourth MultiSync EA Series products to be introduced, following the launch of the 26-inch EA261WM in June and the 22-inch EA221WM in September. The wide-format MultiSync EA241WM is a premium enterprise display that features 5ms response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/m² brightness and full 1080p high-definition 1920x1200 native resolution. The screen offers DVI-D and VGA 15-pin D-Sub interface options. If offers a height, pivot, tilt & swivel adjustment, and also has integrated down-firing speakers with headphone jack. The MultiSync EA191M, a standard-format (5:4 aspect ratio) desktop display boasting a top-of-the-line PVA panel, is ideal for the financial and specialty markets with its 1500:1 contrast ratio, four-way ergonomic capabilities (height, swivel, tilt, pivot) and integrated speakers. The EA191M features a native resolution of 1280x1024, response time of 5ms and brightness of 250 cd/m². The MultiSync EA241WM and EA191M displays come with a three-year parts, labor and backlight warranty, and even an extended warranty if desired. The displays will be available for shipment this month at an estimated street price of $549 and $379, respectively.

Source: NEC
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7 Comments on NEC Display Solutions Introduces New 24- and 19-inch Premium MultiSync LCD Monitors

#1
Mussels
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wait... whats so special about these? They sound like bogstandard screens.
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Wile E
Power User
I wish LCD makers would just mention the panel type directly, instead of beating around the bush. It would make life much easier.

Who wants to bet they are charging this much for a crappy Tn-Film panel?
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Mistral
by: Wile E
I wish LCD makers would just mention the panel type directly, instead of beating around the bush. It would make life much easier.

Who wants to bet they are charging this much for a crappy Tn-Film panel?
I'll bet against that. Partially because it's NEC's MultiSync's series, and partially because it says "desktop display boasting a top-of-the-line PVA panel" right there in the text.
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Mussels
Moderprator
by: Mistral
I'll bet against that. Partially because it's NEC's MultiSync's series, and partially because it says "desktop display boasting a top-of-the-line PVA panel" right there in the text.
oh rofl. OWNED.
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kakazza
by: Mussels
wait... whats so special about these? They sound like bogstandard screens.
"height, pivot, tilt & swivel adjustment" are sadly not standard with most monitors. Some offer a good panel but won't let you adjust anything. But yes, doesn't make them special, just what should be standard ;)

Good that there are more 24" PVA Panels now. And for a NEC, that's quite affordable.



@Wile E, speaks for your posting style, no? "tl;dr --> bash device"
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Wile E
Power User
by: Mistral
I'll bet against that. Partially because it's NEC's MultiSync's series, and partially because it says "desktop display boasting a top-of-the-line PVA panel" right there in the text.
Lol. Completely pwned. :roll: :respect:
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#7
Animalpak
OHh what a new this panel is the exactly copy of the samsung 24B Plus.

I think they only changed the brand names.
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