Tuesday, June 2nd 2009

ViewSonic Announces New Ergonomic Widescreen LCD Monitors

ViewSonic, a leading global provider of visual display products, today launched its new VG27 series of widescreen LCD monitors designed for business, government and education customers. The line includes the 24” VG2427wm, the VG2227wm and the 20” VG2027wm widescreen monitors.
ViewSonic’s VG27 series of monitors have a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 300 nits of brightness and Full 1080p HD resolution for detailed, crisp, clear images. The slim bezel design facilitates multi-monitor functionality for the ultimate in office productivity, while the DVI/VGA and 2 port USB hub inputs provide for flexible and convenient connectivity.


The monitors are all Energy Star certified and can be set to ECO Mode which saves up to 40% in energy consumption. Generous height and tilt adjustments coupled with a 360-degree swivel base provide ample adjustments for optimal head and neck positioning creating a productive and comfortable viewing experience. The products also have built-in stereo speakers supported with the latest SRS Premium Sound technology. In addition, each monitor is backed with a 3-year warranty to protect corporate and consumer investments.

“We continue our prestigious 20 year long history in display technology and delivering high-quality widescreen LCD monitors with the addition of the VG27 series,” said Jeff Volpe, vice president and general manager of ViewSonic North America. “With this line, government, education and corporate customers now have an affordable solution for displaying media.”

The products are currently available for purchase with MSRPs of $499 for the VG2427wm, $399 for the VG2227wm and $319 for the VG2027wm.

ViewSonic also offers its Finch Club resellers an opportunity to benefit from specialized product training and discounts through the company’s GovEd public sector program. To sign up, please visit finchclub.com. For additional information on ViewSonic products, please visit viewsonic.com.Source: BusinessWire
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11 Comments on ViewSonic Announces New Ergonomic Widescreen LCD Monitors

#1
alexp999
Staff
Is it just me or are all three pics exactly the same other than the model number in the corner :confused:
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#2
JATownes
an "ergonomic" monitor. Maybe a keyboard or mouse...but a monitor?? I understand the tilt and height adjustment...but ergonomic?? Marketing at its finest. LMAO :roll:

“With this line, government, education and corporate customers now have an affordable solution for displaying media.”

"...and $319 for the VG2027wm."

A 20" for $319??? Really affordable.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Nice looking LCD just that stand it looks goof ball..
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#4
stefanels
by: JATownes
an "ergonomic" monitor. Maybe a keyboard or mouse...but a monitor?? I understand the tilt and height adjustment...but ergonomic?? Marketing at its finest. LMAO :roll:

“With this line, government, education and corporate customers now have an affordable solution for displaying media.”

"...and $319 for the VG2027wm."

A 20" for $319??? Really affordable.
LMAO... For less then 350USD you can buy a 27.5" Hanns-G monitor...
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#5
OnBoard
by: malware
The monitors are all Energy Star certified and can be set to ECO Mode which saves up to 40% in energy consumption.
Lowers brightness to 60%, wohoo :p Maybe it has some more clever stuff, but I bet that's part of it.
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#6
DanishDevil
by: alexp999
Is it just me or are all three pics exactly the same other than the model number in the corner :confused:
Put some glasses on :D

VG2427wm, VG2227wm, and VG2027wm; 24", 22", and 20", respectively.
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#7
roofsniper
by: DanishDevil
Put some glasses on :D

VG2427wm, VG2227wm, and VG2027wm; 24", 22", and 20", respectively.
and thats the model number just like he said.
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#8
DanishDevil
Oh, my bad :p I read that wrong.

The 20" and 22" are only differentiated by the model number. The 24" is slightly different.
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#9
djisas
They look goon n all, but where is pivot??

I refuse to exchange my 22" hp with pivot and i can even set the screen horizontally, for something with a plain fixed stand...

Seems my only choice would be an 24" HP of the same model, but im really interested on a 16/9 screen instead of 16/10
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#10
Shadin
Woo, awesome. $300+ for cheap-ass TN panels in 16:9 instead of 16:10.
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#11
zithe
by: alexp999
Is it just me or are all three pics exactly the same other than the model number in the corner :confused:
First one has a matte base. Other two have a sort of low gloss sheen and this sort of "space" at the bottom of the support "beam" itself.
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