ViewSonic debuts VG28 series widescreen LCD monitors

ViewSonic announced the launch of the VG28 series of ergonomic widescreen LCD monitors with Energy Star 5.0, EPEAT certifications and featuring ECO mode, which offers up to 30% of average power consumption saving.

The new monitor family offering innovative space-saving and ergonomic design and include four models – 20” VG2028wm, 22” (22.5” viewable) VG2228wm, 24” (23.5” viewable) VG2428wm and 27” VG2728wm models. All modelsoffer a flexible, ergonomic screen setup., including height adjust, swivel and tilt functions, as well as a slim bezel design with hidden stereo speakers, additionally, the 24” VG2428wm and 27” VG2728wm will offer a 90° pivot to allow for portrait or landscape viewing.

ViewSonic VG2728wm

ViewSonic VG2728wm back

The monitors features 5ms response time,1600×900 resolution  for VG2028wm with  Contrast Ratio of100,000:1 dynamic (1000:1 static) and 1920×1080 pixel resolution Brightness 250 cd/m² and 100,000:1 dynamic Contrast Ratio and Brightness of  300 cd/m² for the rest. They also have DVI and VGA inpust, 2-port USB hub, 4-port USB hub and HDMI input for the 27”VG2728wm .

VG2428wm

“The VG28 displays offer flexibility and comfort along with certified energy savings,” said Sean Gunduz, senior product marketing manager, ViewSonic. “Ergonomic design and eco-friendly features are increasingly important for those looking to maximize space and minimize waste, and the VG28 series has been designed with an energy-efficient, high-quality office and classroom set-up in mind.”

VG2228wm

The 20” VG2028wm and 24” (23.5” viewable) VG2428wm have MSRPs of $249 and $369 respectively and are available now. The 22” (21.5” viewable) VG2228wm and 27” VG2728wm will be available in July with MSRP of $299 and $579 respectively.

VG2028wm

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