ViewSonic has returned to the IT market field where it is most proficient, having introduced a pair of LED-backlit liquid crystal displays featuring Full HD resolution panels.
We say that ViewSonic has returned to its normal stomping grounds because the company has recently launched a product that cannot qualify as anything other than an experiment.
The item in question is called VSD220 Smart Display
but is, in actuality, an all-in-one personal computer running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on an ARM CPU, not Windows on x86.
The company continues to be, primarily, a maker of TVs and monitors. This time around, the VG Series has been updated.
Two new monitors have been launched, called VG2239m-LED and VG2439m-LED and measuring 22 inches and 24 inches in diagonal, respectively.
They have a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, DisplayPort 1.2 inputs (17.28 Gbit/s bandwidth), two USB ports, DVI/VGA and an ergonomic design with height and tilt adjustment. For that matter, the screen can be rotated at 360 degrees.
Ease of use isn't all that ViewSonic has to offer though. The display developer implemented the sRGB color correction technology too, for color accuracy of 100%.
Furthermore, the VG2239m-LED and VG2439m-LED can enter Eco Mode, wherein brightness can be adjusted from 100% to 65% and 50%, conserving energy with each downwards step.
"We continue our prestigious 25-year history in display technology and premium widescreen LED monitors with the new addition of the VG series," said Claire Chuang, product manager for ViewSonic Europe.
"For those who demand the best and need an affordable solution with fully adjustable ergonomics to optimize efficiencies, the VG series is a great choice. It has rich connectivity for greater convenience and delivers an unmatched sounds strange unmatched image quality) image quality."
ViewSonic is shipping the VG2239m-LED (£115/€139/$139-180, excluding VAT) and VG2439m-LED (£155/€179/$170-230, excluding VAT), in Europe, with 3-year warranties.