Wednesday, May 19th 2021

CTL Launches New 24-inch and 27-inch Monitors

CTL announced the launch of two new monitor models, the CTL IP2381 24" VA FHD Monitor and the CTL IP2781 27" ADS QHD Monitor. The CTL IP2381 is a 24" 1920 x 1080 Full High Definition display that supports better productivity in the office, in the classroom, or when working from home. The CTL IP2781 is a 27" 2560 x 1440 Quad High Definition monitor that features ADS plane control technology for superior performance. Both monitors deliver outstanding performances on content-rich pages for easy viewing. The CTL IP2381 24" and CTL IP2781 27" monitors offer an incredible viewing experience for any type of workflow.

Both monitors have a thin bezel for a more interactive feel along with high luminance controls for better brightness regulation. The CTL IP2381 24" and CTL IP2781 27" monitors have FreeSync capabilities for the most accurate monitor refresh rates to keep up with any level of productivity from graphic-heavy presentations to consistent gameplay. Each monitor has 16:9 aspect ratios with integrated speakers and HDMI connection capabilities and can be paired with Chromebox, Chromebook or any other computer device. Both monitor models can also be bundled with a Chromebox to create a 2-in-1 work station.
CL IP2381 24" VA Monitor Features
  • Contrast Ratio - 1000:1
  • Inputs - VGA, 2x HDMI
  • Response Time - GTG 16 ms (8 ms with OD)
  • Viewing Angle (H/V) - 89/89
  • Stand Type - -5 to 15-degree tilt
  • Height - 23.8"
  • Width - 20.2"
  • Depth - 7.3"
  • Weight - 8.6 lbs
CL IP2781 27" ADS Monitor Features
  • Contrast Ratio - 1000:1
  • Inputs - DisplayPort, 2xHDMI
  • Response Time - GTG 14 ms (7 ms with OD)
  • Viewing Angle (H/V) - 89/89
  • Stand Type - -5 to 15-degree tilt
  • Height - 27"
  • Width - 22.4"
  • Depth - 11.2"
  • Weight - 12.4 lbs
All CTL monitors are PC and Mac compatible. CTL monitors come with a CTL 3-year Parts and Labor warranty.
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2 Comments on CTL Launches New 24-inch and 27-inch Monitors

#1
RealKGB
It looks like they're trying to be the new M1 iMacs, just as a monitor and without the stupid chin bar.

This isn't a bad thing.
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Caring1
Are they serious with those viewing angles, or is that a typo?
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