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ViewSonic Takes TAA Compliant Displays to the Next Level

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  1. btarunr

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    ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of computing, consumer electronics and communications solutions, today announced four new trade (TAA) compliant VESA mountable displays ideal for corporate, government and education environments -- including the VG2239m-TAA, VG2439m-TAA, VA2251m-TAA and VA2451m-TAA.

    "We value our customers, and look to provide them with solution choices that fit their individual needs. As a part of this commitment, we felt it was important to bring our display heritage and expertise to the TAA compliant monitor market to help federal governments get onto GSA Schedule Contracts with a display partner they know and trust," stated Erik Willey, LCD monitor and PC product marketing director at ViewSonic.

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    VA51m-TAA Series
    Available in 22" (21.5 Vis.) VA2251m-TAA or 24" (23.6 Vis.) VA2451m-TAA models, ViewSonic's new trade compliant VA51m-TAA Series monitors feature an LED backlight thin bezel widescreen monitor and sleek matte finish design. Full HD 1920x1080 resolution, a 10M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 5ms response time and an auto aspect ratio feature ensure optimal image quality and positioning. Paired with multiple inputs including DVI and VGA, and integrated speakers, the VA51m-TAA Series offers the best price, performance combination for its display class. Additionally for an even lower TCO, these mercury-free, Energy Star certified displays are equipped with ViewSonic's ECO-mode feature to help extend the lifetime of the display, while delivering an energy savings of up to 40%* over traditional monitors.

    VG39m-TAA Series
    Available in 22" (21.5 Vis.) VG2239m-TAA or 24" (23.6 Vis.) VG2439m-TAA models, this Series features a matte finish slim bezel design, native full HD 1920x1080 resolution and 20,000,000:1 MEGA dynamic contrast ratio for stunning display quality. Full ergonomic functions including 90-degree pivot, height adjust, swivel and tilt maximize screen viewing. Coupled with hidden stereo speakers, multiple video inputs (including Displayport, DVI, and VGA) and two port USB hubs, the VG39m-TAA Series supports a diverse range of content. For super low TCO, these Energy Star and EPEAT Gold certified LED monitors save up to 50%* on power consumption over traditional displays.

    All four of today's TAA compliant models come standard with ViewSonic's 3-year limited warranty and the industry's best pixel performance policy, making them a great long-term investment. The VA2251m-TAA and VA2451m-TAA will be available in mid-July for respective ESPs of $179 and $215. The VG2239m-TAA and VG2439m-TAA will be available in mid-August for respective ESPs of $259 and $295. For those that do not require trade compliance, equivalent LED models will also be available at these times.

    For more information, visit the product pages of the VG2239m-TAA, VG2439m-TAA, VA2251m-TAA and VA2451m-TAA.
     
  2. Roph

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    1920x1080, pass. Come on, this isn't 2008 any more :(
     
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    "The next level" of flogging the dead horse, maybe?
     
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    1920x1080? 0/10 - and that's not even mentioning that the first two links 404.

    It's a sad day when I would rather import a South Korean monitor through eBay than go down to Fry's and buy one.
     

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