NEC announces MultiSync EX231Wp LCD monitor

NEC America today announced a new desktop monitor which is equipped with premium-grade PVA (patterned vertical alignment) panel for increased viewing angle, sharp contrast ratio and ease in transporting between different locations.

Designed for financial and corporate environments, the new 23-inch MultiSync EX231Wp monitor features minimalist design, has a an ultra-thin bezel (14.6mm) and fully adjustable quick-release stand, that offers height-adjust (110mm), pivot, tilt and swivel capabilities. The LED-backlit panel has native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with (178°H/178°V) viewing angles, 250 cd/m2 brightness, a contrast ratio of 3,000:1 and 25ms response time.

The monitors is also equipped with human and ambient light sensors,DVI and DisplayPort inputs, and an USB port on top for quick connection of a webcam or speaker for video conferencing, as well as easy thumb drive access.

NEC MultiSync EX231Wp LCD monitor

The MultiSync EX231Wp is backed by 3-year warranty and will be available in July 2011 for$319.

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