AOC intros three new AireLED Series monitors

AOC has announced three new additions to its Aire Black LED series monitors, these are the 20-inch e2043Fk 22-inch e2243Fwk and 23-inch e2343Fk.  The new models comes in glossy piano black finish and feature “the world’s slimmest display panels.”

The new additions have WLED backlight displays with only 12.7 mm thickness and specs includes – dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1, brightness of 250 cd/m2 and 5ms response time. They have embedded Screen+ feature that allows the user to divide the workspace into four self-contained areas, consume only 0.1W when are in standby mode and are also equipped with DVI-D with HDCP input.

AOC Aire Black LED Monitor

The Aire Black LED Monitors have touch controls, located on the base which can also be folded for easy wall mount installation. They also feature embedded Screen+ software that allows the user to divide the screen into four self-contained work areas.

AOC e2043Fk

The monitors are now available and have following recommended price tags e2043Fk- $129, e2243Fwk – $149 and e2343Fk – $179.

AOC e2243Fwk

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