JVC launches 42-inch multipurpose monitor

JVC launches 42-inch multipurpose monitor

The Japanese tech giant JVC has released to market a new 42-inch widescreen monitor known as PS-470W. The device is suitable for all kinds of purposes but especially for video surveillance, advertisement, movie watching and multimedia.

The JVC PS-470W works at Full HD resolution and offers a chassis that is just 8 mm thick. It is not the smallest monitor out there but this is understandable when we look at the huge display. Thus the monitor measures 1125.6 x 671 x 876 mm and weighs 17.66 kilograms offering 400 cd/m2 of brightness, 1600:1 of static contrast ratio, 2 ms of response time and 178-degree viewing angles.

The PS-470W is also full of connectivity options – it has HDMI, DVI and RGB outputs and comes with the RS-232C interface that allows users to connect several JVC monitors and control them from a single PC. The monitor can be installed in a vertical or horizontal position too.

The new JVC monitor can be obtained now for around USD 1500.

Source: JVC

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