Gateway Launches New LCD Line-Up

The 15-, 17- and 19-inch flat-panel displays will be sold to consumers and small businesses through Gateway’s Direct and Retail channels with excellent prices starting at just $209.99. 

All of the new Gateway LCD displays support both an analog and digital input. The digital DVI-D input provides a pure digital connection and the highest quality image.  A conveniently located side button enables users to toggle between both options.

LCD Details:

Gateway 15-Inch LCD Display 

The Gateway 15-inch LCD display (FPD1560) requires 65 percent less desk space and consumes 47 percent less energy than a traditional 15-inch CRT display. A stunning 1024 x 768 resolution brings digital photos, video and games to life. Its crisp 400:1 contrast ratio, vibrant brightness of 250 cd/m2 and a pixel pitch of 0.297mm enhances images with brilliant clarity. The thin and light display measures a compact 13.71 (W) x 13.60 (H) x 5.67 (D) inches and weighs just 5.74 lbs. with the stand. The FPD1560 is available via Gateway’s Direct and Retail channels for $209.99. 

Gateway 17-Inch LCD Display

Taking up to 60 percent less desk space and consuming 52 percent less energy than a traditional 17-inch CRT display is the Gateway 17-inch LCD display (FPD1760).  This mainstream size suits most users desiring a large screen for viewing digital photography and productivity applications.  A crystal clear 1280 x 1024 resolution, a 250 cd/m2 brightness and 450:1 contrast ratio bring vivid color and crisp detail to digital hobbies. The 17-inch monitor provides 140 degree left/right and 120 degree up/down viewing angles.  It measures 14.97 (W) x 15.26 (H) x 6.55 (D) inches and weighs just 8.4 lbs. with a stand.  The FPD1960 is available via Gateway’s Direct and Retail channels for $299.99.

Gateway 19-Inch LCD Display
The Gateway 19-inch LCD display (FPD1960) takes up to 65 percent less desk space and consumes 56 percent less energy than a traditional 19-inch CRT display.  Offering maximum viewing area, it’s the perfect size for viewing two applications simultaneously, large spread sheets and other wide documents.  A brilliant 1280 x 1024 resolution combined with a crisp 0.294 pixel pitch and high 450:1 contrast ratio enhance digital images with vibrant clarity.  Viewing angles include 140 degrees left/right and 135 degrees up/down.  It measures a wide 16.78 (w) x 16.66 (H) x 7.33 (D) inches and weighs just 10.4 lbs. with a stand.  The FPD1960 is available via Gateway’s Direct and Retail channels for $349.99. 

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