ViewSonic releases two new LED-backlit monitors

ViewSonic today announced the launch of two new LED-backlit monitors from its VG36-LED Series.

The new displays are the 24-inch (23.6” vis.) VG2436wm-LED and 22-inch  (21.5” vis.) VG2236wm-LED models, feature slim bezel profile, have native screen resolution of 1920×1080 resolution, viewing angles of 170º horizontal/ 160º vertical, dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1, Brightness 300cd/m2(VG2436wm-LED)- 250 cd/m2 for VG2236wm-LED and 5ms response time.

ViewSonic VG2436wm-LED

Both mercury-free monitors has a built-in 2W stereo speakers, have Energy Star and EPEAT Gold certifications and offer DVI and VGA connectivity options. The displays also include a 90-degree pivot, height adjustment of up to 5.4”, 360-degree swivel and tilt, and VESA compliant monitor stand.

ViewSonic VG2236wm-LED

 

They are backed by three year warranty and cost $229 for 22-inch model and $259 for 24-inch VG2436wm-LED.

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