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AOC Releases Budget 24inch Green Monitor

AOC Releases Budget 24inch Green Monitor

Posted August 23, 2009 at 9:45am by iClarified
The 2436Vw is a 24-inch widescreen monitor that supports high-definition viewing and low-energy consumption. The 2436Vw is now available from AOC at Fry's for a suggested MSRP of $219.99.

The 2436Vw is encased in a glossy, piano-black casing that reflects its design concept: Uncomplicated Efficiency. The monitor has received a gold EPEAT rating from the Green Electronics Council. The EPEAT rating provides a clear and consistent set of performance criteria and it also acknowledges AOC for being active in reducing our environmental impact. Furthermore, the simple, OSD menu is graphics-based and touch controlled which makes the 2436Vw more convenient and user-friendly.

"Lowering our products' energy consumption has become one of our top priorities. The great thing about the 2436Vw is that we have managed to lower power consumption significantly, while still producing a quality, stylish and high-performance product," said Robert Velez, Marketing manager, North America, AOC.

The 2436Vw features a 60,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, for color/shade differentiation; a 5 ms response time, to eliminate lag in fast-moving graphics and both digital and analog inputs; As well as, a USB pass-thru connector for convenient access to a USB connection.

2436Vw Specs
- 24" Widescreen, 16:9 Aspect Ratio
- 23.6W Viewable Image Size
- 1920 x 1080 Max Resolution
- 60,000:1 dynamic Contrast Ratio
- 5ms Response Time
- Brightness 300 cd/m2 (typ)
- Digital Input DVI-D with HDCP*
- 49Watts ( Max.) Power Consumption
- EPEAT GOLD certified
- VESA mountable compliant

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Plastic7 - August 23, 2009 at 10:41am
i'm sorry, but dont you mean that the resolution is 1920x1200 and -not- 1920x1080?
bob - August 23, 2009 at 6:07pm
its a 16:9 screen, same as a HD tv not 16:10 which would be 1920x1200
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