ViewSonic launches VX2250wm-LED monitor provides 50% power saving!

July 16, 2010 | 10:47

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ViewSonic launches VX2250wm-LED monitor provides 50% power saving!

London, 15 July 2010 – Organisations still using legacy TFT displays are needlessly adding to their electricity bills by not using energy-efficient display technology. ViewSonic Europe has launched the ViewSonic VX2250wm to allow businesses to replace their existing monitors with an energy efficient LED technology-based solution and cut down energy bills by 50%.

The 22” ViewSonic VX2250wm-LED takes advantage of LED technology’s low energy usage to help businesses save power and costs. In addition, the monitor features an Eco-mode setting, allowing it to further reduce energy consumption by up to 40 per cent.

“We are pleased with the VX2250wm-LED as it addresses the current trend in businesses and home users becoming better educated to the long term energy costs of the equipment they purchase,” explains James Coulson, European marketing manager at ViewSonic. “The technology behind ViewSonic’s range of LED monitors is much more efficient than standard TFT displays, meaning that the cost of ownership of the VX2250wm compared to an older monitor is much lower.* This will force companies to seriously re-think the opportunity cost of trying to maintain an old monitor estate and starts to question the current trend of extending the life on already installed displays with expensive support and warranty contracts.”

As well as displaying full HD 1080p content, the VX2250wm-LED has a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1, providing greater detail and definition with darker black levels, making it ideal for a range of uses, from business applications, watching films to surfing the internet. It also features Windows 7 Certification and full TCO 5.0 compliance, meaning it works perfectly with Microsoft’s newest operating system and complies with the strictest environmental regulations.
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