New Eizo monitors feel holder

 
April 26, 2009, 3:17 pm

 
new eizo monitors feel holder   The company Eizo Nanao Corp will soon launch the sale of interest in liquid crystal displays, one feature of which was built in sensor that can determine the presence of the user.
Designed specifically for use in offices, news feel approaching the owner with the help of infrared sensors and automatically switch to working mode. When a user leaves the workstation, monitor their own switches to the reduced power.
The infrared sensor operates in a pair of intellectual technology EcoView Sense. Range Infrared sensor is 120 cm After the user leaves the workstation, the monitor remains active even for 40 seconds. In order not to confuse the user with a chair or other objects that may be near, EcoView Sense technology tracks the movement of objects.
EV2023W-H model is equipped with 20-inch VA panel with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels, 25 ms response time, angles review 178 ° vertically and horizontally, the brightness of 250 nits, contrast 3000:1. Its typical power consumption is 25 Watts. 23-inch EV2303W-T is designed based on the TN-panel with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 5 ms response time, angles review 160 ° vertically and horizontally, the brightness of 250 nits, contrast 1000:1. In his typical power consumption is 18 Watts. Both new products are equipped with ports DVI-D, D-Sub, and include power consumption in energy-saving mode, 0, 7 Tues.
The prices of new monitors in Japan will be about $ 385 and $ 455 for 20 - and 23-inch model, respectively. Home sales in the scheduled May 21.

 

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