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19" Video Seven L19WA Silver/Black TFT, 1440x900, 8 ms, 500:1, 300 cd/m2, Widescreen, Speakers, VESA

19" Video Seven L19WA Silver/Black TFT, 1440x900, 8 ms, 500:1, 300 cd/m2, Widescreen, Speakers, VESA

Video Seven
Scan code: LN13440 Manufacturer code: L19WA Request call
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Product Overview V7 Videoseven LC displays are produced with A-grade brand panels. V7 Videoseven LC displays combine elegant design with the latest display technology. V7 Videoseven also provides comprehensive after-sales support for its customers. Depending on the model you chose, V7 Videoseven LCDs are delivered with up to 3 years of on-site service throughout Europe.

The 19 inch wide screens boast a nimble response time of 8ms and offer a contrast ratio of 500:1, a brightness of 300 cd/m² and support for a resolution of 1440 x 900 super wide viewing angle. The viewing angles are 150°/130° (horizontal/vertical).
Features 19 Inch Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Widescreen
1440 x 900 WXGA+ Native Resolution
500:1 Contrast Ratio
300cd/m2 Brightness
8ms Response Time
Pixel Criteria: bright <= 3, dark <= 3, total <= 7
16.2 Million Colours
Adjustment: Auto-Setup, Brightness, Contrast Ratio, Clock, Phase, H/V-Position, Sharpness, Color, OSD Position, Language, Audio, Recall
Speakers
Kensington Lock Security Port
Silver-Black design
VESA 75 x 75 mm Wallmountable
Three year on site service
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
10 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
VIDEO-SEVEN
Telephone:
00800 555 333 12
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