With the folks over at Computex now getting ready to get the show on the road, ViewSonic, like so many others, has prepared a whole collection of items to show off, one of which is an LCD smart monitor.
On a market where performance is already so high that variation in it can go by unnoticed, companies have started to expand their horizons.
To be more specific, the image quality and overall performance of today's displays is no longer the only feature that prospective buyers look for.
Power efficiency is one asset that is getting attention, but it looks like monitors and HDTVs that have extras like web connectivity and such are favored, to some extent.
That said, ViewSonic developed a 24-inch LED-backlit monitor that has all the performance anyone could hope for, down to 3D support.
The widescreen aspect ratio (16:9) makes a nice pair with the Full HD support (resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels).
Also, the newcomer has a very good response time (2ms), plus a contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1 and a refresh rate of 120 Hz (3D demands no less).
All in all, the V3D245wm-LED should be able to show off high picture detail and color accuracy, while the SRS Premium Surround sound and HDMI 1.4 support complete the feature set.
“We have continued to invest in our strategic partnerships with Microsoft and Google,” said Alan Chang, ViewSonic Managing Director of Europe and Asia-Pacific.
“At Computex, you will see that ViewSonic is not content with standing still and are continuing to innovate with 'display solutions', ranging from small as three inch ultra mobile devices to large 300 inch professional display solutions, all brought to the user with the ViewSonic attention to quality and service."
In addition to this product and the 10-inch ViewPad 10Pro, the outfit also prepared a pico projector and a digital photo frame, plus a series of camcorders.