Viewsonic VX2753MH-LED 27" LED Monitor Ultra Thin Full HD Monitor with Speakers 1ms
27" Viewsonic VX2753MH-LED LED Ultra Thin 2xHDMI/VGA 1920x1080 300cd/m², 30M:1, 1ms, SRS Speakers
ViewSonic’s VX2753mh-LED features an LED backlight 27" ultra-thin widescreen monitor with up to 40% energy savings compared to a regular 27" monitor. Environmentally friendly mercury free VX2753mh-LED offers Full HD 1920x1080 resolution, two HDMI inputs, external power supply, 1ms response time (through over-drive technology), 30,000,000:1 MEGA dynamic contrast ratio, book stand option and SRS Premium Sound.
Ideal for both home and office with a glossy black finish. The aspect ratio adjustment feature automatically senses the input single and will not stretch a 4:3 signal but instead will position the image in the middle of the screen with side bars. A 3-year limited warranty, the industry’s best pixel performance policy, energy saving Ecomode and Windows 7 certification, make VX2753mh-LED a great long term investment.
The VX2753mh-LED features a very innovative industrial design, which allows it to be utilized with either the traditional base or in a bookstand configuration. Simply remove the base and tilt the neck back, to allow the monitor head to be displayed as a picture frame on the desktop. This allows not only the advantage of having the monitor head at desk level, but also brings a new degree of portability to the monitor. In the bookstand configuration the VX2753mh-LED can easily be carried to meetings as a companion display for your notebook computer! Features • Uses 40% less power.
• Without compromising your viewing quality and has eco-friendly mercury free WLED backlight.
• Full HD 1080p with 16:9 aspect ratio.
• Achieves perfect image reproduction without distortion.
• 2 HDMI inputs plus VGA input for diverse connectivity.
• Integrated speakers with SRS Premium Sound for multimedia applications.
• Dynamic contrast ratio at 30,000,000:1.
• For true-to-life picture depth and clarity in any room.
• Highest grade panel.
• For crisp images and the best pixel performance in the industry.
• PC and Mac® compatible.
Book stand option.
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