Wednesday, September 14th 2016

NEC Announces the MultiSync EA245WMi Display

NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, today announced the MultiSync EA245WMi display, capable of simplifying multiple-monitor configurations with an improved, sleek cabinet and 3-sided ultra-narrow bezel design. The new 24-inch widescreen model features IPS panel technology, LED backlighting with wide viewing angles (178° horizontal/vertical), and 3 ultra-narrow bezels, each less than 1 mm thick, in order to create desktop configurations with little distraction so users in corporate, command and control, and financial industries can focus on their work.

Designed for multiple-monitor configurations, NEC's exclusive ControlSync technology allows users to automatically control settings on up to six displays from one primary monitor using the included ControlSync cable. Additionally, the DisplayPort 1.2 daisy chain capability allows for connectivity of up to four monitors through one DisplayPort 1.2 input, simplifying cable connections.
"We are extremely excited to add the MultiSync EA245WMi to our robust product portfolio," said Kevin Christopherson, Director of Product Marketing for Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions. "Its narrow bezels, expansive feature set and consistent visual performance will make it a great addition to any user's work environment."

The EA245WMi display also offers smart sensing technology, which automatically detects work conditions to determine the proper display brightness with ambient light and human sensors, as well as touch-sensitive menu controls. A comprehensive input panel, including HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 in/out, DVI-D, and 3-port USB hub, connects users to the latest devices. A fully adjustable stand, including height-adjust, tilt, rotation and pivot functionality, gives users a comfortable and flexible work environment.

The display includes the following features:
  • 3 narrow bezels (0.9mm left/ right, 0.8mm top) provide a large image with little distraction
  • 178-degree wide viewing angles
  • 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 typical)
  • 1920 x 1200 native resolution
  • 16:10 native aspect ratio and 6ms response time
  • 300 cd/m2 brightness and 8-bit color
  • Touch-sensitive menu controls
  • Quick release stand with height, tilt and swivel adjustability
  • VGA, DVI-D, DisplayPort 1.2 in/out and HDMI 2.0
  • 3-port USB 3.0 hub
  • Uniformity correction
  • Hardware calibration via SpectraViewII software (SpectraViewII bundle also available)
  • Integrated speakers (1W x 2) and headphone jack
  • ECO Mode, carbon footprint meter and cost meter
  • ENERGY STAR 7.0 and TCO 7.0 compliant
The MultiSync EA245WMi-BK display ships with a 3-year limited parts and labor warranty, and will be available in September 2016 at a minimum advertised price of $399.
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6 Comments on NEC Announces the MultiSync EA245WMi Display

Somebody probably meant cm not mm on those bezels, since they are clearly visible on the small picture of the screen. then again, for most of Europe it technically says 8 mm as the comma is the decimal symbol.
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I'm glad to see the 16:10 ratio still alive.
If they'd made a 2560x1600 24 inch I'd be one of the first buyers.
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JossI'm glad to see the 16:10 ratio still alive.
If they'd made a 2560x1600 24 inch I'd be one of the first buyers.
The major thing with this one is that it's a 16:10 monitor that isn't targeted towards graphics design and other professional uses... which means the price is a lot more manageable.

Oh, the things I'd do for a 24-inch 2560x1600 monitor. We can make 24-inch 4K monitors, but not one of these?
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SaltyFishOh, the things I'd do for a 24-inch 2560x1600 monitor
I salivate at the idea.
SaltyFishWe can make 24-inch 4K monitors, but not one of these?
They say it would be too expensive but I'm not sure.
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The Exiled Airman
I'm still on a Multisync LCD 1700V that is 15 years old
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What's the refresh rate? That's kind of an important information, heh.
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