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17" Neovo M-17B BlackTFT, 1280x1024, 12 ms, 500:1, 300 cd/m2, Speakers,VESA

AG Neovo
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The new M-Series from AG Neovo.
More than a display, it's a lifestyle.
Connect all your different worlds.
Entertainment. Work. Music. Games.
Multimedia now means Multienjoyment.

USB advantage
No more fumbling behind your computer to find that connection. The M-Series has the advantage of two USB ports on the front. One to easily connect digital devices such as a digital camera, the other to boost power for devices like your MP3 player.

Smart avModeTM
Why didn't someone think of it before? avMode automatically adjusts the brightness, contrast and audio to different user environments. At the press of a button, you can get the perfect setting for video, text or gaming.

Intuitive OSD
The M-Series uses an easy human logic interface for adjusting display settings. It's never been easier to set up or customize conditions to suit your personal taste.

iRelaxTM eye reliever
Say goodbye to fatigue or eye strain. iRelax is unique in that it automatically reminds you to enjoy that well deserved break at intervals you set.

Lifestyle design
The Euro design was created to enhance today's digital lifestyle. Everything you want is in front of you. Oversized buttons make it easy to reach and control the luminance/volume hot keys and operating buttons.

Digital epicentre
Enjoy the best of both worlds, Digital and Analog. There are both Analog and DVI inputs. Understandably, you'll want to share the experience with others. The wide viewing angle means the M-Series looks tasty from all angles.

Looks good for longer
Pixel life is key to an LCD. This display is engineered with
advanced CCFL technology, which extends the backlight
lifespan. So your viewing pleasure goes on and on and on.

Now that sounds good
Built-in power amphitheatre audio speakers. So when you
unpack it's ready to go. Just like you. Plus, there's the
convenience of a headphone jack.

Adjustable stand: Desktop/Wall/Arm Mountable
A flexible stand design allows the screen to be tilted up to 20 and can be completely folded flat for easy wall or arm mounting. The VESA standard mounting means the display can be used in almost any environment: office, personal or retail.

Safeguard your viewing pleasure
No-one can walk away with your precious M-Series. With a built-in security port, you can easily anchor it by attaching a Kensington key lock.

Features • VESA compatible LCD display arm or wall mount kit both available
• built-in security port, you can easily anchor it by attaching a Kensington key lock.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
AG Neovo
Telephone:
00800 555 333 12

Additional Notes:
Subject to 3 years manufacturer's warranty, drop & pick.

Contact (AG Neovo) regarding 7-day D.O.A. monitors.

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