ViewSonic Rolls Out HD Widescreen Displays [Updated]

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ViewSonic showcased a few displays last night at Pepcom that might tickle your fancy. The widescreen LCD lineup of monitors is quite the visual treat in two 19- and one 22-inch version. The VX1940w and VX2240w boast contrast ratios of up to 4000:1 and a whopping response time of 2ms and 300 nits of brightness. Both 19- and 22-inch displays feature 1680×1050 high resolution making the 19-inch monitor the first widescreen display to offer HD resolution. The VX1932wm can also say it’s quick with 2ms response time, 1440×900, 2000:1 ratio and 300 nits of brightness. All three support VGA, DVI and they’re Windows Vista Premium Certified.

The VX1932wm will be available next month for $249, while the VX1840w and VX2240w will hit the streets in November for $249 and $349 respectively.

I’m not done, yet.

Update: The pictures weren’t matching up with the right displays. Everything is fixed now and I’ve even added one of the upcoming LCD HDTV.

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The VA series just added four new options with the widescreen 19-inch VA1926w, 20-inch VA2026w and 22-inch VA2226w displays. If you’re not into widescreen displays then the 19-inch VA926 is more up your alley with a traditional 4:3 size. Each display offers a 2000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 300 nits of brightness, and 5ms response time. Both DVI and VGA are supported.

The VA926 and its 1280×1024 resolution is priced at $259. The widescreen models are priced at $229, $249 and $279 according to size. All models are also TCO and Energy Star compliant.

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The Diamani DUO series was also unveiled and the widescreen HD LCD TV doubles as a desktop display, which comes in 19- and 22-inch displays. The Diamani DUO is great for entertainment applications and features 5ms response time and a dynamic contrast ratio of 2400:1. Since it’s a PC/TV you’re privy to six inputs that include HDMI and VGA. The 19-inch NX1932w has a native resolution of 1440×900 while the NX2232w is 1680×1050. They’re available now for $349 and $399 respectively.

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And this beauty is the N4285p 42-inch 1080p LCD HDTV. Details on this one in the coming weeks.

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