ViewSonic presents eye-caring 25-inch monitors

ViewSonic presents eye-caring 25-inch monitors

The desktop monitor manufacturer ViewSonic has presented two new monitors that come with some health benefits for the end users. The new company products are called VX2573-sg and VX2573-shw and they offer gold-and black and silver-and-white color combinations, respectively.

The new monitors offer 25 inches of visual goodness on a display that works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The new monitors are 11 per cent larger by area compared to 24-inch models and deliver a great screen-to-body ratio for a more enjoyable viewing experience. They also have a borderless, glossy finish and meet all global regulatory requirements for safety. The VX2573 line offers SuperClear IPS technology, 178-degree viewing angles, lower power consumption that goes up to 25 per cent for more energy savings and lower greenhouse emissions and various ports in the back – expect to find DVI, HDMI, MHL and VGA input ports as well as two integrated speakers (VX2573-swh only) for an even better multimedia experience. The monitors also have several working modes to choose among – “Mono”, “Text”, “Movie”, “Game” and “Web” so depending on what you do, you will always have the best visuals for any situation.

The tech specs are undoubtedly good but what are the health benefits that we mentioned? Well, the new VX2573 line comes with several technologies that will protect your eyes – the monitors are equipped with ViewSonic’s latest Flicker-Free and Blue Light eye-care technologies. The Flicker-Free technology completely eliminates screen flickering by integrating DC-modulation LED backlights, while Blue Filter Technology lowers the amount of blue light that comes out of the monitor with as much as 87 per cent thus protecting users from the possible side effects of blue light. The end result is better eye care and much reduced eye fatigue.

Unfortunately, there’s no information when the two new ViewSonic monitors will be on the market or how much they will cost.

Source: ViewSonic

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