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AOC Europe Introduces New WLED-lit Full-HD Monitors

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  1. btarunr

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    AOC Europe added two new full-HD (1920 x 1080) monitors to its lineup, the WLED backlit e2240Vwa (21.5") and e2440Vwa (24"). The displays sport a transparent bordering on the bezel, and feature nature-inspired motifs on the stand and back. Since there's no CCFL, the heat output is lower, and so lower number of vents. The power consumption is also lower, nearly half that of CCFL-illuminated flat-panels of the same size. Apart from its resolution, the panels feature 20,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 250 cd/m² brightness, 5 ms response time, and display connectors that include DVI and D-Sub. Prices are yet to be announced.

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    Oh the sillyness, now it's 20M to 1, thought 8M to 1 was already pushing it. Sad that 19,999,000:1 of that contrast ratio is unusable, as the real contrast ratio is still under 1000:1.

    On the upside, I like those plantstemfigures on the base and back :)
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    I like the design on the back.... just a shame i only look at the front of my monitors :p
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    i know right it drives me crazy think how nice it would be if it was really 20m to 1:laugh: but i like the design but i look at the front not back
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    I would love to see a comparison between this, the NEC LED display, and a Dell G2410.
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    Want more ≥26" >1920x1080 LED-lit monitors.
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    There, fixed.
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    may someone please explain to me the DIFFERENCE between WLED and LED?

    thanks in advance.:cool:

    ps: dont tell me to google it, i already did it, very quicly but i did.;)
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    Full explanation here
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    WLEDs are special white light LED's. The jury is out as to whether they are (always) better. One limitation is that changing the colour-temperature isnt as easy as when mixing RGB LEDs. On the other hand, WLEDs are supposed to give a broader spectrum white than the RGB mix.
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    Damn 20M:1?
    Mine is only 2000:1... Looks like i gotta buy a new one!
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    It's the dynamic contrast ratio, so don't read too much into it. ;)

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