NEC presents new 22-inch monitor

The Japanese company NEC has prepared a new monitor in its eternal quest for market share and revenue. The novelty carries the EA223WM product number and boasts a 22-inch screen.

The NEC EA223WM also belongs to the company’s MultiSync series and arrives with a 16:10 ratio, a resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels and a LED backlight.

NEC EA223WM monitor

The new monitor can also boast 25 000 : 1 of dynamic contrast ratio and a static contrast ratio of 1000 : 1. The brightness is 250 cd/m2, while the response time is 14 ms. There also are touch-sensitive controls and a fully adjustable stand that allows you to adjust the monitor the way you see fit. The monitor also comes with two built-in 2 W speakers, four USB 2.0 ports, DisplayPort, DVI-D and VGA ports. In addition the NEC EA223WM comes with the ECO Mode technology, which prolongs product life by two times and reduces power consumption in accordance with the Energy Star 5.1 and TCO 5.2 standards.

The NEC MultiSync EA223WM monitor will sell for 260 USD MSRP and will carry a three-year warranty.


Source: Guruht.com

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