ViewSonic debuts video processor boxes

It’s just going to be about monitors for ViewSonic at Gitex. The vendor is going to debut its NextVision line of high definition video processor boxes and its recently launch Airpanel 100, a Windows CE.NET based wireless monitor.

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By  Mohammed Affan Published  September 12, 2002

It’s just going to be about monitors for ViewSonic at Gitex. The vendor is going to debut its NextVision line of high definition video processor boxes and its recently launch Airpanel 100, a Windows CE.NET based wireless monitor.

NextVision 6 and NextVision 5 products are high definition video processors that enable consumers to extend the use of their display products to multiple forms of digital entertainment, including high definition TV (HDTV).

“People today are creating their own digital content with products such as digital cameras and camcorders, and they want to display it in high resolution for optimum viewing,” says Ian Gobey, sales director, ViewSonic Middle East.

“This new line of video processor boxes offers a quality, cost effective solution that allows users to extend their displays by connecting multiple sources of digital and analogue content,” he adds.

The Airpanel 100, with pen and soft keyboard input, combines full screen viewing with mobile access to e-mail, web and server-based applications over wireless LAN or wireless WAN connections.

“The idea of wireless access to corporate applications isn’t new, but being able to transition seamlessly from your desktop to a mobile working environment — where keyboard input may be inconvenient — has been more of an aspiration than a reality,” comments Aaron Fright, product marketing manager EMEA, ViewSonic.

“The ViewSonic airpanel 100 gives business users a completely consistent user experience regardless of location and input method,” he adds.

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