AOC introduces unique innovation in LED monitors

Posted: July 7, 2010 in Tech

In line with AOC’s reputation of being a Display Innovator, AOC recently launched new LED Monitor series in 2010 – Series 37 Luvia, Series 40 Eco 7 and Series 41 Maskk. All three series would be available in an ‘ultra thin’ look, and in a range of sizes starting from 18.5″ up to 24″.

These monitors display amazing picture quality with a DCR of 20 Million: 1, a super fast response time and have special software further boosting image quality. Promoting ‘AOC’s Green IT’ positioning of low power consumption, and zero radiation, lead free and mercury free models, all these monitors are EPEAT Gold certified. They also have built in I Care sensor, which automatically cuts down on monitor brightness with respect to ambient light available.

AOC also released a new series of LCD Monitors featuring superior IPS (in-plane switching) panels. The AOC iF23 features a 23″ widescreen IPS LCD monitor with both analogue/VGA (15 pin) and digital/DVI (24 pin) inputs. The IPS display panel allows for a super-wide viewing angle of 178 degrees, providing consistent image quality from side viewpoints, and super-high dynamic contrast ratio of 100,000:1.

The IPS technology provides both “True Wide” viewing – which offers a consistent image from almost any angle; and “Real Colour” – which allows the image to display with more depth and less colour shift across the screen. These features make the AOC iF23 monitor highly suitable for graphics professionals and any users who value superior image quality.

Lastly, AOC also paraded its newest LCD TV, the DK99U, which has an eco-display power saving function “that makes it easy on the environment and the eye.” The new AOC LCD TV also allow users to connect with a wide range of multimedia players.

AOC monitors are distrbuted in the Philippines by Glee Electronics.


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