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Packard Bell UM.FK3EE.001 24" Full HD Monitor DVI/VGA 1920x1080 250cd/m2 5ms

24" Packard Bell Viseo243Ddb Monitor DVI/VGA 1920x1080 250cd/m2 100M:1 5ms Black VESA

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Product Overview Packard Bell Viseo is a series of LED displays that ensure high usability without sacrificing image quality. The stylish design will fit into most homes, whether you choose to place it in your home office or in an open plan living room.

The 243Dbd has a space-saving and elegant design making it perfect for every room. You'll enjoy more tasks and entertainment with fine detail and smooth movement, thanks to the high resolution, fast response time and superior aspect ratios. Making it perfect for games and movies as well as office work.
Main Features:

Full HD: Full HD resolution and 16:9 format ensures you the best quality when watching HD material. Providing a sharper, more detailed picture.
LED Technology: LED is a solid technology that provides clarity, faster startup and lower power consumption. The screen comes with a technology that regulates and controls the dimming of the LED backlight, resulting in high contrast. The light is distributed evenly across the screen with good brightness and provides superior color reproduction.
5ms response time: The monitor has a response time of 5ms which prevents moving objects are blurred. Experience great picture quality whether you are playing or watching intense action movies with lots of movement.
Tilt Screen: The Packard Bell screen can be adjusted from -5 to 25 degrees for optimal viewing angle.
Features Product Description Packard Bell Viseo 243D - LED monitor - 24"
Device Type LED-backlit LCD monitor - 24"
Aspect Ratio Widescreen - 16:9
Native Resolution FullHD 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
Pixel Pitch 0.276 mm
Brightness 200 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 100000000:1 (dynamic)
Response Time 5 ms
Colour Support 16.7 million colours
Input Connectors DVI, VGA
Display Position Adjustments Tilt
Colour Black
Dimensions (WxDxH) 56.7 cm x 20.68 cm x 42.22 cm
Weight 3.9 kg
Environmental Standards ENERGY STAR Qualified
Compliant Standards MPR II, TUV GS, ISO 9241-307
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year warranty
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
packard bell
Telephone:
0871 7601000
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Packard Bell UM.FK3EE.001 24" Full HD Monitor DVI/VGA 1920x1080 250cd/m2 5ms
Packard Bell UM.FK3EE.001 24" Full HD Monitor DVI/VGA 1920x1080 250cd/m2 5ms