Monday, October 21st 2013

Iiyama Launches New AMVA+ Monitors in Europe

iiyama, one of the leading manufacturers of high quality monitors, is proud to announce the launch of the LCD ProLite X(B)83 series featuring Full HD resolution, LED backlit and the enhanced AMVA+ panel technology.

iiyama's new ProLite monitors (X24/2783HSU and XB24/2783HSU) feature a the latest high quality AMVA+ panel technology. Due to the optimized colour-resist implementation and a new pixel design they feature a static contrast of 3000:1. Even on dimmer images, they result in more comfortable viewing experience with more details, especially in darker images. The AMVA+ technology achieves wide viewing angles of up to 178 degrees. The true 8-bit colour panel (per sub pixel) with sRGB colour coverage guarantees high visual performance with accurate and consistent colour reproduction. The new series will therefore provide excellent performance for Photography, Graphic and Web design.
The professional appearance of the new XB83 series incorporates an ergonomic height adjustable stand which rotates and tilts. One of the unique features of this series is the ability to pivot between landscape and portrait modes; a function that is further enhanced by the wide viewing angles of AMVA+ technology, offering outstanding visual performance. All the monitors have integrated speakers and a range of connectivity options including VGA, DVI, HDMI and a USB HUB, to ensure compatibility across various devices and media platforms.

The new generation ProLite X24/2783HSU and XB24/2783HSU are now available across Europe and have a 3 years 'on-site' Advance Exchange Warranty.
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6 Comments on Iiyama Launches New AMVA+ Monitors in Europe

All I read is bla bla bla and bla bla that's still on 1920x1080p.

Jeez it's 2013. Give us ATLEAST 1440p as a standard.
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I know people get annoyed at 1080p comments all the time, but it's true. I just switched over to 1440p and what a difference. Literally day and night. Could never go back to 1080p.

1440p definitely should be the new standard. 1080p is turning into the Windows XP of monitors. Just needs to die already.
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so you enjoy your 1080p based video content blurry or with black bars?

for 27" non tv use, sure it's lame to release such monitors, but for 24" what is the problem? why do they owe someone anything?

x1200 would be better, more real estate for OS/app usage while still keeping video content 1:1

& as usual nobody cares about MVA panels do they (more competition in the better than TN market, IPS+PLS panels = just LG+samsung), yet complain about monopolies & duopolies with high prices everywhere else
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Monitors are for working and gaming, if you want to watch a movie just grab an HDMI cable and plug it into your TV.
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
Monitors are for working and gaming, if you want to watch a movie just grab an HDMI cable and plug it into your TV.
I don't have a TV and I don't want a TV. I have a monitor.
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I'm the only one
I use 1200p and I don't think I could go back to 1080p, I guess there is a bit of personal preference involved with this.

Pretty nice panels on these though.
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