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Wednesday, 12 September 2007 12:38

NEC launches three new LCD screens

Written by Slobodan Simic

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AccuSync series with HDMI

 

NEC has announced three new AccuSync LCDs, the 19 inch LCD19WMGX, 22 inch LCD22WMGX and the largest 24 inch LCD24WMCX.

All three support HDCP at full resolution of the display, that is up to a full 1080p on the 24 inch model. They all feature native HDMI connection that feeds audio and video, so you can connect your favorite PlayStation 3 or any other device without the use of an adapter.

All of the announced LCDs have a 5ms pixel response time. The contrast on the 19 inch model is 1,000:1 while the 22 and 24 inch feature 2,000:1. The 19 inch and 22 inch model will be available immediately for $280 and $380 respectively, and we will have to wait for the 24 inch model until the end of September. The 24 inch model suggested price is $550.

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