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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
ViewSonic Launches New LCD Displays


ViewSonic introduced four new models to its VA Series of LCD displays. For prices as low as $239, the 17-inch VA702b and VA712b team with the 19-inch VA902b and VA912b to provide users 1280x1024 native resolutions.

According to Viewsonic, the displays are targeted at the cost conscious enterprise and system integrator market. The VA Series delivers an slim bezel, rich colors, pinpoint sharpness. ClearMotiv(TM) video feature offer response times as fast as 8 milliseconds while OptiSync(R) technology--integrated on the VA712b and VA912b--supports multiple inputs, including direct DVI signals for optimum source-to-display synchronization.

Individual specifications and pricing for the LCDs are as follows:

Model
Display Size
Contrast ratio
Response time
Brightness
Estimated street price
VA702b
17-inch
500:1
12ms
300 nits
$239
VA712b
17-inch
350:1
8ms
350 nits
$249
VA902b
19-inch
550:1
8ms
270 nits
$319
VA912b
19-inch
800:1
20ms
300 nits
$339


Compliant with the TCO and ENERGY STAR(R) the VA Series displays are available through authorized ViewSonic resellers, distributors and mail order. The displays are backed by a three-year limited warranty on parts, labor and backlight and are eligible for ViewSonic's optional Express Exchange(R) program, which guarantees a replacement monitor within 48 hours, where service is available. ViewSonic offers 24-hour, toll-free technical support, seven days a week, excluding major U.S. holidays. For more information and images of the new displays, visit www.ViewSonic.com/LCDs.


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