ViewSonic VT2300LED eco-friendly LED HDTV

ViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of visual display, computing and digital content solutions, announced the commercial availability of its new VT2300LED ViewLED™ previewed at CES 2010. At 23”, this eco-friendly LED TV is the ideal size for connecting consumers to the Full HD, dynamic entertainment experience in any space within the home.

“Our LED technology takes the viewing experience to the next level, said Gene Ornstead, director of DTV and business development for ViewSonic. “With our new ViewLED™ TV solutions like the VT2300LED, customers can enjoy 1080p Full HD enhanced picture and video quality with the added benefits of great contrast and vivid color derived from the LED backlight technology. Partnered with an energy saving design, the VT2300LED TV offers the optimal entertainment solution.”

ViewSonic VT2300LED

For those that demand the latest technology with an energy savings of 30-50% over traditional LCD backlit panels, ViewSonic announces the VT2300LED. This mercury-free LED TV with ViewLED technology features industry leading picture quality for more natural skin tones, vibrant colors, more pure whites and excellent detail and is the perfect size for the kitchen, desktop or anywhere that space is limited.

This high definition device offers a visual experience that is as true to life as it is eco-friendly. With its Full HD 1080p resolution, fast 5ms response time and three HDMI ports, the VT2300LED is ideal for enjoying rich colors and the ultimate HD entertainment experience.

ViewSonic VT2300LED TV

The ViewSonic VT2300LED is currently available for an MSRP of $399.

Specification:

LCD

Type 23″ Wide Color TFT Active Matrix LCD
Display Area 20.0″ horizontal x 11.3″ vertical; 23.0″ diagonal
Optimum Resolution 1920×1080
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 static (typ), 8000:1 dynamic
Viewing Angles 170º horizontal, 160º vertical
Response Time 5ms
Light Source Long life, 30,000 hrs. (typ)
Brightness 300 cd/m2 (typ)
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Glass Surface Anti-glare, anti-reflective coat

INPUT

PC RGB analog (75 ohms, 0.7 Vp-p)
TV TV/cable, composite (RCA), component YPbPr/YCbCr, S-Video
Audio 3.5mm mini stereo audio in, earphone out and RCA (left/right) audio in
Frequency Fh: 30~64kHz, Fv: 60~75Hz
Sync H/V separated (TTL)
Digital HDMI (with HDCP and audio support)
Tuner ATSC/NTSC/QAM

AUDIO OUT

Speakers 2×5-watt

COMPATIBILITY

PC 1920×1080 @ 60Hz (preferred)
Mac® G3/G4/G5 up to 1920×1080

INPUT SIGNAL

TV/Video comp. 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Analog 15-pin mini D-sub (VGA)
Digital HDMI
Power 3-pin AC plug

POWER

Voltage AC 100–240V (universal), +/-10% Wide Range
Consumption 30W (typ)

CONTROLS

Basic Vol -/+, menu, channel down/up, source, power
Picture Contrast, brightness, sharpness, tint, color, color mode, zoom mode
Audio Treble, bass, balance
Set Up OSD timeout, OSD language
TV TV/CATV, Auto scan

ERGONOMICS

Tilt: Down 5º, Up 15º

OPERATING CONDITIONS

Temperature 32–104ºF (0–40ºC)
Humidity 10–65% (non-condensing)

DIMENSIONS

Physical With Stand 22.2″ x 16.5″ x 7.5″ (565mm x 418mm x 191mm)
Physical Without Stand 22.2″ x 14.0″ x 1.8″ (565mm x 358mm x 45mm)

WEIGHT

Net With Stand 9.9 lb. (4.5 kg)
Gross With Stand 12.3 lb. (5.6 kg)

VESA® MOUNT

100mm x 100mm

REGULATIONS

FCC, cUL (UL), RoHS, NOM, BETS-7, CB, ENERGY STAR®

RECYCLE/DISPOSAL

The lamp in this product contains mercury. Please dispose of in accordance with local, state or federal laws

PACKAGE CONTENTS

LCD TV display, power cable(s), remote control with batteries, Quick Start Guide, User Guide

WARRANTY

One-year limited warranty on parts and backlight


Source:
ViewSonic

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