ViewSonic debuts new 28-inch monitor

ViewSonic debuts new 28-inch monitor

The popular visual solutions maker ViewSonic has introduced the VX2858Sml high-end desktop monitor. The new company product comes with a long list of features that make it an ideal solution when it comes to professionals, gamers and hardware enthusiasts.

As the brand name suggests the VX2858Sml is a 28-inch monitor that works at Full HD resolution and packs a number of technologies such as the advanced SuperClear Pro technology for better visuals. Coming with a stylish design, the ViewSonic VX2858Sml also features versatile input options such as dual HDMI ports, Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) connectivity, support for various types of smartphones and tablets, a VGA port and more. Thanks to these features owners of the VX2858Sml monitor will be able to experience content on a larger display in Full HD resolution. In addition to that the monitor can connect to multiple video sources at any one time.

The ViewSonic VX2858Sml offers true 8-bit color capability, a 3000:1 static contrast ratio, 50 000 000:1 Mega Dynamic Contrast ratio and wide viewing angles for excellent color performance. The monitor also comes with a number of technologies that can reduce eye fatigue such as Flicker-Free Technology and Blue Light Filter. The former reduces screen flickering at all brightness levels, while the latter allows users to dim blue light levels to decrease potential eye strain. There also are “Text”, “Game”, “Movie”, “Web” and “Mono” modes for additional eye comfort.

The new ViewSonic monitor will become commercially available by the end of July 2014 for a price of USD 388.

Source: ViewSonic

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