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Tuesday, 29 January 2008 14:08

NEC launching five AccuSync 3 series displays

Written by Slobodan Simic

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19- and 17-inch desktop LCDs

 

NEC has announced five new displays in its 3-series of the AccuSync display line-up. This new standard format LCD's will replace the current AccuSync 2-series.

The new AccuSync 3-series will bring a new cabinet design, brightness rated at 300cd/m2 and contrast of 700:1 for the 17-inch models and 800:1 for 19-inch models. The entire line-up will feature a native resolution of 1280 x 1024 and NEC's Rapid-Response technology which brings 5ms response time.

The new AccuSync 3 -series will include three 17-inch models, one with integrated speakers, and two 19-inch models, one of them also with multimedia built-in speakers. All models will also have Ambix dual-input technology, Eco Mode with energy-conserving function over the on-screen controls, Windows Vista compatibility and NaViSet,9**89 which will allow users to adjust the settings on the on-screen manager with mouse and keyboard.

The estimated price for these LCD displays is $224.99 for two 17-inch models (ASLCD73VX and ASLCD73VX-BK), $239.99 for the 17-inch model with integrated speakers (ASLCD73VXM-BK), $254.99 for the 19-inch model (ASLCD93VX-BK), and $274.99 for the multimedia 19-inch model (ASLCD93VXM-BK).

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