Four New AH-IPS Monitors Launched by Iiyama

They all have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and ship under the ProLite brand

By Sebastian Pop on January 30th, 2014 10:54 GMT

Here are a bunch of LCD monitors that will probably fit really well with the Dell Wyse Cloud Connect HDMI bundle, which can turn them all into full-fledged PCs, albeit ones running Android.

Not that Iiyama even thought of that product when it added the newcomers to its already extensive ProLite series.

After all, it's not exactly smart to tie the fate of your products to those of another company. Still, the observation stands.

Anyway, Iiyama has added four monitors to the ProLite collection, all of them featuring Full HD support (a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels).

The biggest is the 27-inch XUB2790HS (obviously, the 27 in the name indicates the diagonal length). Its price is of 36,800 Yen / $359 / €263.

Two monitors measure 23 inches, and they are called XU2390HS and XUB2390HS. The only difference between them is that the XUB2390HS, like the 27-inch model, has a stand with swivel, tilt and height adjustment. The other monitors are only height adjustable.

Anyway, the XU2390HS and XUB2390HS should cost 24,800 to 26,800 Yen, or $242 / €177 to $261 / €191.

Finally, the smallest ProLite XU2290HS, at 21.5 inches, has a price of 22,800 yen / $222 / €162.

All the new displays have a brightness of 250 cd/m2 (not great, exactly, but decent), a contrast ratio of 1000:1 (standard), a response time of 5 ms (also standard, but good for IPS technology) and wide viewing angles.

They also have color and brightness controls, a full menu of options really, accessible via a button pad on the underside of the bottom edge.

Two 2W speakers are built into both LCDs, and connections to PCs are established via D-Sub, DVI and HDMI connectors. Sales will begin this February at some point.

The Iiyama 21.5-inch XU2290HS, the 23-inch XU2390HS and XUB2390HS and the 27-inch XUB2790HS all ship, or will ship, with 3-year warranties.
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