NEC's Wide Screen E245wmi to Enhance Productivity of Users
FREMONT, CA: NEC a provider of projector solutions and commercial LCD display recently announced their new wide screens desktop monitor, MultiSync E245WMi to enhance the productivity of business users.
The new LCD display comes with a gassed-up AH-IPS panel, providing wide viewing angles along with vivid colors. The display features LED backlighting, and possesses a slimmer profile, lighter weight, increased power savings and fewer hazardous materials. With its fully flexible stand which includes swivel, height, tilt and pivot adjustments users can easily find the perfect viewing position.
In addition the E245WMi-BK comes with a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 1920 x 1200 native resolution, brightness of 250 cd/m2. It also comes with an optional mounting plate to secure a zero or thin client, giving users further configuration possibilities.
“More and more businesses tell us they want displays allowing for flexibility in their employees’ work spaces,” says Kevin Christopherson, Director of Product Marketing for Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions. “The E245WMi-BK display is an affordable, eco-friendly model built to enrich people’s work experience and position them to deliver greater results.”
Other features of E245WMi-BK display include 24-inch, 16:10, LED backlit wide screen, touch sensitive OSD controls, ECO Mode and carbon footprint meter and ENERGY STAR 6.0. In order to reduce the energy consumption E245WMi-BK’sIntelligent Power Manager (IPM), an off timer and smart sensing technology with ambient light sensor that automatically dims the screen. It is also compatible with NEC’s NaViSet Administrator 2 asset management system. “The beauty of these displays is that they are easy to use and provide a very large canvas at an affordable price,” says Ben Hardy, Product manager of Large screen displays at NFC display solutions.
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