ViewSonic intros VX2250wm-LED LCD monitor

ViewSonic go green with new LED-backlit monitor – VX2250wm-LED which has power consumption of 26W.  The monitor is 22” (21.5” viewable), offers  Full HD 1920x108o resolution and provide up to 40% energy savings over a typical 22” monitor.

The taglined ‘Go LED. Go Green! VX2250wm-LED has nice looking piano black finis and also provides, 5ms response time, 10,000,000:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio, digital and analog inputs, integrated 2W stereo speakers, DVI and VGA inputs.

ViewSonic VX2250wm LED

“From armchair environmentalists to Mac users all over the US, many of our customers are concerned with reducing energy costs, without compromising on their entertainment experience” said Sean Gunduz, senior product manager. “The ViewSonic VX2250wm-LED allows users to make a significant energy saving while providing unrivalled picture quality and a rich feature set, and we are proud to be leading the way in the green LED movement.”

ViewSonic VX2250wm LED - back

Backed by 3 year it is currently currently available for pre-order through Amazon.com, Newegg.com and PCMall.com for an ESP of $199 and begin shipping on May 26th.

Source: ViewSonic

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