NEC intros new 24-inch monitor

NEC has introduced a new monitor model – the AS241W – that features a 24-inch display.

The novelty belongs to the AccuSync product line and targets small and medium enterprises, schools and government agencies and completely conforms to all energy and ecology requirements including Energy Star 5.1 and TCO 5.2.

The NEC AS241W is based on a TN matrix, works at 1920×1080 pixel resolution and supports fullHD. Response time is 5 ms, while brightness is 300cd/m2 and the contrast ratio is 1000:1. The monitor also supports ECO Mode – a state which lowers power consumption. The stand of the AS241W however only allows changes in the viewing angles as the display is fixed and cannot be moved. The new NEC model also comes with DVI and D-Sub ports at the back.

NEC AS241W

The NEC AS241W will be commercially available later this month for a price of 239 USD. Warranty is 3 years.


Source: HWP

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