Despec monitors with miro

If its PC monitors you are interested in then you need to make your way over to Despec’s stand where they are showcasing a new entrant into the regional market, in the shape of miro.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  October 17, 2001

If its PC monitors you are interested in then you need to make your way over to Despec’s stand where they are showcasing a new entrant into the regional market, in the shape of miro.

German company miro is looking to use Gitex as a launch pad for its range of monitors and notebooks, as well as an opportunity to size up the regional IT market.

“For us Gitex gives a feeling for the market and its activities, and also a chance to see which key players are in the market,” says Gulsun Demir, regional sales manager, miro. “The EMEA market is a very interesting territory and we would like to expand our business opportunities in this area.”

Working with Despec, Pouliadis is hoping to capitalise on miro’s relatively unknown status and carve out a position in the market. “We realised miro is a company which we can build on and develop our own market share,” says Muhammed Irfan, sales manager, PC & Display products, Pouliadis.

Finding channel partners is also a priority at Gitex where the company is looking to drum up regional support for the miro line of products.

The miro range of monitors features the A17F95 model, a flat top display measuring 17 inches and supporting resolutions of up to 1600 x 1200. miro is also touting the low power consumption and minimal emission values of the monitor. The AF17F95 also includes an on screen display for controlling functions such as contrast, brightness, and rotation.

The slimline 15 inch TFT FP155 model is also on display at Despec.
The monitor offers an active matrix LCD display with a visible working screen of 304 x 228mm. The maximum resolution hits 1024 x 768 dpi, while the monitor is capable of displaying 16 million colours.

The FP155 also comes with an on screen display control in five different languages.

If that isn’t enough Depsec is also offering a host of computer consumerables from HP, Epson, Canon, Brother, Genicom, Imation, Creation and OKI.

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