26 , 2000
Viewsonic has started shipping two new flat-panel monitors, the first two to use the company's SuperClear MVA LCD technology. The new screen technology combines high-contrast imaging with multi-domain vertical alignment, improved response time and wider viewing angles. Viewsonic has also developed a new liquid crystal panel technology, 3X-LCD, which increases video response up to three times faster than existing LCD technology, according to the company.
The new monitors are the VP150m and the VG175, a 15" LCD and 17.1" LCD, respectively. The VP150m LCD incorporates Viewsonic's OptiSync technology, providing both analog and digital inputs. It offers a 1,024 x 768 resolution and two panel-integrated 3-watt speakers.
The 17.4" VG175 LCD's features include dual analog inputs, 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution and a 160 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle. The monitor is also capable of pivoting to landscape and portrait modes.
Both monitors are currently available. The VP150m sells for $1,185. The VG175 sells for $1,999. For more information, visit http://www.viewsonic.com.
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