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ViewSonic Launches Ultra-Slim 27in And 24in LED Monitors

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ViewSonic VX2753mh-LED

ViewSonic has added a couple of new monitors to its LED monitor range with the ultra-thin VX2753mh-LED model and the business- and school-orientated VA2448-LED model.

Having recently launched the 3D touting V3D241wm from ViewSonic, the company has returned to 2D with its latest releases. The VX2753mh-LED is a 27in monitor with slim lines to appeal to a broad range of users from gamers to business users. The flagship monitor features full HD 1080p performance and a 30,000,000:1 mega dynamic contrast ratio for “great picture detail and definition.” The VX2753mh-LED features an LED backlight ultra-thin widescreen monitor that delivers 40 percent energy savings compared to a regular 27in monitor. The monitor also has pretty good environmental credentials with a verified mercury-free RoHS production process and an eco-mode option available.

ViewSonic VX2753mh-LED

“This 27” monitor delivers the desktop space that gamers, casual users and businesses are requiring to get the best from their applications, at the right price point. Getting LED monitor technology mature enough to deliver our display standards across our entire portfolio is a challenge but we commit to not compromise and this monitor is the latest addition to our already successful range.” says James Coulson, European Marketing Manager of ViewSonic. On a smaller scale, ViewSonic has also announced the availability of the 24in VA2448-LED monitor which is aimed primarily at schools and businesses. It offers full  HD 1920x1080 resolution and the mercury-free LED technology makes this product environmentally friendly as well as reducing the power consumption significantly.

ViewSonic VA2448-LED

Both models are now available, with the 27in VX2753mh costing £225 (inc VAT) while the more reasonable 24in VA2448 is available for £130.

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