Friday, July 17th 2009

NEC Unveils MultiSync EA231WMi, First 23 inch 16:9 LCD with IPS Panel

NEC Display Solutions will be launching the first 23" screen with IPS technology in 16:9 format in autumn 2009. The MultiSync EA231WMi combines excellent image quality in high resolution (full HD) with low energy consumption and its wide screen format enhances productivity. Another innovation for NEC desktop displays is the DisplayPort interface for future-proof digital connectivity. Priced at a similar level as conventional 19" or wide 22" models it offers more display area to work with several applications at the same time. The monitor comes with TCO 5.0 certification and is therefore ideally suited for professional use.

With IPS technology the EA231WMi offers outstanding viewing angle and image stability which will be appreciated by all office users. Alongside its high-quality panel technology and award-winning design, the MultiSync EA231WMi also provides all the technical benefits of the EA series. These include integrated speakers, 110mm height adjustment and pivot as well as a USB hub. Additional environmental protection is achieved by an ambient light sensor for optimum screen brightness and energy usage at all times. The display features the latest Energy Star 5.0 and TCO 5.0 certification, with TCO 5.0 being one of the world's highest standards for ergonomics and environmental friendliness. This makes the EA231WMi the perfect office monitor from an ecological, economic and ergonomic point of view.

Availability
The NEC MultiSync EA231WMi will be available from October 2009 in black or silver/white.

Source: NEC
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12 Comments on NEC Unveils MultiSync EA231WMi, First 23 inch 16:9 LCD with IPS Panel

#1
Mussels
Moderprator
looks like a nice screen. decent sized IPS panel in 16:9 - any idea on price?
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#2
toyo
price price price :)
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Looks nice, a lot like the older Samsung ones like the 204B except they were black and buttons little different..
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#4
Meecrob
im sure the price will make most of us want to cry :P
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#5
El Fiendo
by: btarunr
Priced at a similar level as conventional 19" or wide 22" models it offers more display area to work with several applications at the same time.
I hope its priced like a 19" or 22" TN panel. If so I'm buying this.

And look! Height adjusment! Pivot too! Monitor manufactures need to pay more attention to this. Could do without the integrated speakers though, but as long as there is a way to turn them off I'm fine with it.
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#6
DanishDevil
They'll never get me hands off me T260HD!

*clings to monitor*

Still would be neat to see one of these in person though.

*monitor glares at DanishDevil*
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#7
tastegw
NEC's usually do not make the bargin page so the price will make some people cry. this should be atleast $300 imo

but I loved my last 19" NEC, they make great monitors
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#8
n-ster
at 300$it would be crazy good o.o
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#9
AsphyxiA
by: Meecrob
im sure the price will make most of us want to cry :P
well since it's IPS then yeah it's gonna make most people cry. If its sub $600 I'll be wow'd.
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#10
Wile E
Power User
Well it's about damn time we start getting good panels in the 1080p monitors. Now, what's the price? lol.
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#11
El Fiendo
It says "priced at a similar level as conventional 19" or wide 22" models" and seeming how TN is conventional I'd hazard anywhere between $150 and $300. I hope anyways.
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#12
EarlZ
This is really good, i hope the prices are cheap and they arrive at the shores on where i live. time to ditch this Samsung T220
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