ViewSonic announces frameless 1080p monitor line

ViewSonic-VX70Smh-monitor

Being frameless is the new craze in the tech world and ViewSonic is here to make some money out of it too. To do so the company has introduced three new frameless monitors that belong to the VX70Smh-LED series of LCDs.

“Our new VX70Smh-LED Series offers the best combination of performance and features in the industry, and we’ve sweetened the deal by packaging it up in a beautiful frameless bezel design,” said Erik Willey, LCD monitor and PC product marketing director at ViewSonic. “Available in a range of sizes, these displays are ideal for consumers, gamers and multimedia enthusiasts alike.”

The three new monitors boast 27-inch (VX2770Smh-LED), 23-inch (VX2370Smh-LED) and 22-inch (VX2270Smh-LED) displays with all of them coming with frameless bezels, SuperClear IPS panels and Full HD screen resolutions. The novelties sport 178-degree viewing angles, integrated speakers and a bunch of video inputs such as HDMI and DVI.

The 27-inch VX2770Smh-LED and 23-inch VX2370Smh-LED will be available in early October for respective prices of 319 USD and 189 USD. The 22-inch version will be on the market in early December for an estimated retail price of 159 USD.


Source: Hot Hardware

Related posts

AVADirect launches gaming laptop with GTX 675M

NVIDIA’s new Kepler architecture has been successfully making its way into PCs and now’s the time to conquer the mobile graphics market too. Thanks to AVADirect mobile gamers can now experience the power of Kepler while on the go. The company now offers its Clevo P270WM gaming notebook...

Creative's Tournament Gaming Headset

Breakthrough Noise-Canceling Technology Eliminates Ambient Background Noise from the Microphone to Provide Crystal-Clear in-Game Communications. Creative introduced Silencer, its proprietary noise-cancellation technology, with the release of the Creative Tournament Gaming Headset...

Microsoft announces new system requirements for Windows 10

Microsoft announces new system requirements for Windows 10

Starting with Windows 10, Microsoft will provide its OS as a service, which means that there will be no new versions of Windows. Instead users will get large updates once a year or more frequently that will add new features and functionality to the existing OS. On July 29 this year Microsoft...

Leave a comment