LG releases IPS monitors with very low power consumption

The Korean LG has released two new monitors – the LG IPS224V-PN, featuring a 21.5-inch screen and the IPS234V-PN with a 23-inch display. As the product names suggest the new monitors come with IPS panels and will be initially available in Japan only.

Apart from the usual tech specs, the novelties come with a “Super Energy Saving” feature that lowers the power consumption with an additional 44 per cent.

Both monitors share the same specs, which include 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, 5 ms of response time, 178-degree viewing angles, 250 cd/m2 brightness and 1000:1 typical contrast ratio. The I/O options are represented by DVI-D, mini D-Sub and HDMI.

LG IPS234V monitor

Available in June 2012 the LG IPS224V-PN will cost 250 USD, while the 23-inch IPS234V-PN will cost 275 USD.


Source: PC Launches

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