NEC unveils new MultiSync monitor

NEC unveils new MultiSync monitor

The US branch of the Japanese company NEC has announced the addition of a new MultiSync monitor to the company’s product list. The NEC E224Wi-BK offers a 21.5-inch display at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and targets corporate and small-to-medium-sized business users.

“The MultiSync E224Wi display is an ideal tool to help business professionals be more productive and achieve their core objectives – all within the scope of an attractive total cost of ownership,” said Kevin Christopherson, Director of Product Marketing for Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions. “LED backlighting and a host of other environmentally sound features like a carbon footprint meter speak to NEC’s leadership in environmentally friendly displays.”

The NEC MultiSync E224Wi-BK monitor includes DisplayPort, VGA and DVI-D connectivity, AH-IPS display technology, 16:9 aspect ratio, support for ENERGY STAR 6.0, TCO 6.0 and EPEAT Silver, a fully ergonomic stand with height, tilt and swivel adjustability and ECO Mode and carbon footprint meter. In addition the new NEC product lowers energy consumption by 25 per cent.

The NEC E224Wi-BK will be available in October 2013 for USD 199.

Source: NEC

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