ViewSonic debuts two new sensor HD monitors

Next week ViewSonic will release two new Full HD monitors – the 27-inch TD2740 and the 32-inch TD3240. Both models will come with an IPS SuperClear panel, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, 10-point multitouch functions, 178-degree viewing angles and certifications for work with Windows 8.

The smaller 27-inch TD2740 comes with 20 000 000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, two built-in 2W speakers, a HD web camera, a microphone, D-Sub/VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. The monitor is capable of working in portrait and landscape modes.

The 32-inch TD3240 has been designed for work in information booths and the like and comes with a 7H protection. The monitor offers a 3000:1 contrast ratio, two built-in 10W speakers with SRS Premium Sound technology, D-Sub/VGA/DVI and DisplayPort outputs and can be used in portrait/landscape modes when needed.

The ViewSonic TD2740 sells now for USD 800, while the larger TD3240 costs the shocking USD 2999.


Source: ViewSonic

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