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NEC Widens AccuSync LCD Display Line

NEC Widens AccuSync LCD Display Line

NEC Display Solutions has announced three new AccuSync LCD displays for desktop use, all of which offer widescreen aspect ratio and no-touch auto-adjustment for folks for whom adjusting color balance, brightness, and contrast once in a blue moon is just too much work.

"The proliferation of applications and Web-based content has really created the need for more screen real estate at home and in the work place," said Andy Anderson, Product Manager for NEC Display Solutions, in a statement. "While added horizontal screen space on these new AccuSync displays allows for easier multi-tasking, the feature set and industry-recognized quality deliver the performance and reliability consumers expect from the NEC brand."

The new AccuSync Wide Screen displays will come in 19, 20-, and 22-inch sizes; the 19-inch ASLCD193WXM model sports a 1,440 by 900 resolution while the 20-inch ASLCD203WXM and 22-inch ASLCD223WXM pack 1,680 by 1,050 displays into their frames. The systems sport integrated multimedia speakers, a headphone jack, VESA-complaint wall- and arm-mounting, NEC’s Ambix technology for digital and analog inputs, and NEC’s AccuColor system with five presets which enable users to adjust onscreen color and calibrate the monitors for a variety of different situations. However, if the thought of adjusting a monitor is just too much to bear, the displays also feature No Touch Auto Adjust technology which—you guessed it—automatically calibrates the monitor when connecting it to a new system.

The displays each feature 1,000:1 contrast ratios, 5 ms response times, and are EnergyStar 4 complaint. The 19-inch model is available now with an estimated street price of $229.99, while the 20- and 22-inch models should be available in May for $289.99 and $359.99, respectively.