NEC debuts AccuSync AS222WM monitor

The US branch of the Japanese electronics company NEC has debuted a new 21.5-inch monitor that targets business users who run small-to-medium-sized companies.

The new monitor is known as AccuSync AS222WM and is based on mercury-free LED backlighting technology that improves energy efficiency by 25 per cent when compared to its predecessors. In addition the new technology allows for easy transportation and wall mounting capabilities. The monitor is also fully compatible with the latest ENERGY STAR 6.0 and TCO 6.0 standards and includes Eco mode and carbon footprint meter tools.

“NEC’s AccuSync Series continues to give business users exceptional displays with which to accomplish their goals,” said Kevin Christopherson, Director of Product Marketing for Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions. “With LED backlighting and its environmental certifications, the AS222WM display boasts a compelling total cost of ownership.”

The new NEC AccuSync AS222WM features an aspect ratio of 16:9 and offers resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The monitor has two built-in speakers, VGA and DVI-D connectivity, tilt adjustability and touch integration. The new company product will be available this month for an estimated street price of USD 179 and will ship with a standard 3-year warranty for parts and labor, including the backlight.


Source: NEC

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