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ViewSonic Introduces Six New LCD Monitors/HDTVs

ViewSonic Introduces Six New LCD Monitors/HDTVs

ViewSonic is a company with a wide variety of wares. After recently unveiling a tiny DLP projector, the outfit is now delivering six new LCD HDTVs just in time for the holiday shopping season. For starters, the VT3245 and VT3745 offer up a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution, 5ms response time, 4000:1 contrast ratio, 3D video processing and an SRS TruSurround XT audio surround sound experience.

The Full HD N4285 steps up to a 10000:1 contrast ratio, while the VT2042, VT2342 and VT2645 are all designed to be used as TVs or LCD monitors. The VT2042 features a resolution of 1600x900 while the VT2342 features a resolution of 1920x1080. The VT2342 also includes three HDMI connections, and the VT2645 slips in with a 1366x768 res. The full release, along with prices and ship dates, is listed below.



ViewSonic Expands HDTV Lineup with the Launch of Six New LCD TVs

Visual display leader features greater Full HD offerings with SRS TruSurround audio in time for the holidays

ViewSonic® Corp., a leading global provider of visual display products, today expanded its HD offerings with the launch of six new LCD TVs in a variety of sizes packed with features to make entertainment more fun.

Full HD, Full Features – VT3245, VT3745 and N4285
ViewSonic’s VT3245 and VT3745 TVs deliver brilliant images with 1920x1080 resolution for true 1080p capability. With a 5-millisecond response time, 4,000:1 static contrast ratio and 3D video processing, both TVs offer extreme picture clarity and an SRS TruSurround XT audio surround sound experience, ideal for fast action movies and sporting events. Advanced image scaling capabilities enable optimal viewing settings including Normal, Movie, Full Screen or no scaling at all. Designed for TV or monitor use, the VT3745 is perfect for streaming media content from the Internet, including TV shows and movies. The VT3745 is available later this month for an MSRP of $799, while the VT3245 is available in October for an MSRP of $649.

For those in need of a large format Full HD viewing solution, ViewSonic launched the N4285. With 1920x1080 resolution, an advanced image scaling Eco Panel and a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000:1, the N4285 partners ultimate performance with energy conservation. The N4285 is available in October for an MSRP of $999.

HDTV = Home Entertainment – VT2042, VT2342, VT2645
Designed for use as TVs or monitors, the VT2042 and VT2342 are ideal gaming and entertainment solutions. Featuring dynamic contrast ratios of 10,000:1, 5-millisecond response times and precision 3D video processing, both displays offer crystal clear picture quality. The included tilt base and SRS TruSurround HD audio enable an enhanced user experience on the desktop or from any location in the room. The VT2042 features a resolution of 1600x900 while the VT2342 features a resolution of 1920x1080. The VT2342 also includes three HDMI connections to support brilliant Blu-Ray™ and Full HD gaming on consoles such as Xbox™, Playstation® and Wii™. The VT2042 is available this month for an MSRP of $299. The VT2342 is now shipping for an MSRP of $349.

Also launched today is the VT2645. With 1366x768 resolution and SRS TruSurround HD audio, this stylized display gets users right in the action. Precision 3D video processing, advanced image scaling and a 5-millisecond screen response time ensure vibrant, crisp content. The VT2645 is available later this month for an MSRP of $449.

For additional information on ViewSonic products, please visit www.viewsonic.com or follow ViewSonic on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
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odd resolutions for the smaller screens... nothing really ground breaking here. The 23" has an impressive 3 HDMI connections tho! Even my 32" Sharp only has 2 :-(

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I've never been a fan of ViewSonic's monitors.  I noticed off colors, poor viewing angles, and a couple dead pixels on a friend's ViewSonic.  But I believe them to be perfectly acceptable for the everyday user who doesn't work with pictures or demand the best gaming.  I noticed ViewSonic's are usually cheap in price but these are up there a bit more up there compared to LCD monitors, but considering they are TVs too they aren't a bad deal at all.

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