03.23.2004 12:00 PM
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics unveils 19-inch LCD monitor

NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics' NEC MultiSync LCD1960Nxi

NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display has released a new thin-frame 19-inch NEC MultiSync LCD1960NXi monitor, an update to its 60 series.

The NEC MultiSync LCD1960Nxi delivers brilliant images and color control with a sharp 0.294-mm pixel pitch, 250-cd/m² brightness (typical) 500:1 (typical) contrast ratio and 1280x1024 maximum resolutions. Display settings can be adjusted with a mouse and keyboard through the On Screen Manager (OSM) thanks to NaViSet software (available by download).

The monitor also features:

  • No Touch Auto Adjust feature that automatically adjusts screen settings for optimal viewing when the monitor is first turned on;

  • Rapid Response technology that provides full-motion video display with typical response times of 25ms (essentially eliminating ghosting or blurring);

  • Built-in power supply and cable management all contained within a thin footprint.

For more info: www.necmitsubishi.com.

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