ViewSonic releases monitors for government and education sector

Low cost, high performance displays intended to meet need for graphics-intensive capable hardware in cost-conscious organizations

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By  Mark Sutton Published  June 17, 2008

ViewSonic has launched two new monitors aimed at the cost-conscious government and education sector in the Middle East.

The new displays, the widescreen 19 inch VA1928wm and the 19 inch VA1918wm, have been designed to provide high performance for graphics-intensive tasks, while remaining affordable to buy and providing cost savings through energy efficiency functions, according to ViewSonic.

Aaron Fright, regional director, ViewSonic Middle East & Africa said: "The need for multimedia desktop displays in the classroom is increasing as curricula evolve and students are required to perform intensive graphics work, and need to work in multiple documents or applications simultaneously in their daily learning.

"By introducing inexpensive LCDs with features typically associated with more expensive, high-end displays, ViewSonic is making it possible for regional users to enjoy the latest in display technology without breaking the bank," he added.

Both monitors conform to leading environmental standards, including EnergyStar, RoHS, TCO'03 and EPEAT Silver certification, and are also certified for use with Windows Vista.

The VA1928wm also includes an ‘ECO' mode which allows the user to adjust the backlight module to 100%, 75% and 60% of normal lighting power, to set the optimal output for different applications and to save electricity.

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