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We've got a couple of editors out in Las Vegas currently at the whirlwind that is the Consumer Electronics Show (myself included), and saw some cool stuff at an event this evening that we thought many of you would like to check out.  There are a few big announcements coming over the next couple of days that we'll be talking about in due time, and the show technically doesn't start until tomorrow, but that didn't stop some major players from showcasing their wares a bit early...          NVIDIA and Viewsonic NVIDIA was showing off a few things, including its Ion platform, which couples an NVIDIA chipset and IGP to Intel's Atom processor.  The tiny Ion... Read more...
ViewSonic Debuts First 24-Inch Widescreen Full HDTV, Ideal for the ‘Other Room’ The VT2430 Enhances Home Entertainment, Offers Full HD 1080p Resolution and Competitive Pricing in Time for the Holidays WALNUT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual display products, today announced the launch of the VT2430, a 24-inch LCD HDTV with full 1080p high-definition performance, delivering precise images for a sharper picture. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, TVs top the lists of what both adults and teens want for the holidays, and the VT2430 is an affordable option to grant those wishes. The VT2430 has key features that consumers desire. With high... Read more...
Viewsonic has added three new monitors to its lineup. All the new screens are priced at under $349. New offerings include 19" and 22" in widescreen format, and a non-widescreen 19". With a Dynamic Contrast ratio of up to 4000:1 (typ), the VX1940w and VX2240w provide many benefits such as enhanced light and dark images and reduced "light leakage" that improve performance up to four times greater than traditional contrast ratios. This combined with ClearMotiv® fast response time up to 2 ms and 300 nits of brightness (typ) creates ideal conditions for gamers, movie enthusiasts and graphic designers. Both models feature a 1680x1050 high resolution, which makes the VX1940w the first... Read more...
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