ViewSonic have announced a pair of 8-inch digital photo frames, complete with SwifTouch hidden touch-sensitive controls in the bezel that only illuminate when pressed. As with any digital picture frame that crosses our path here at SlashGear, we've applied our basic litmus test on the ViewSonic DPG801BK and DPG807BK: is there integrated wireless? Sadly, the answer in both cases is a resounding "no".
Not all front-projector users are half-geek video enthusiast look for a perfect grayscale gamma of 2.2 or within 50k of D65 white point display; many are novice educators seek for a compact and affordable multimedia beamer with lumen light output bright enough in ambient light classroom lecture or presentation. Viewsonic has launched a trio of powerful DLP projectors to satisfy the like of education and enterprise users.
ViewSonic has announced a 22-inch 16:10 widescreen PC LCD monitor with a wealth of feature including a built-in DVD player, ASTC, QAM and NTSC integrated tuner. The featured rich 3-in1 display has a native resolution of 1650x1050, 1000:1 CR, 300 nits brightness, a fast response rate of 5ms; make it a suitable multifunctional display for gaming, movie entertainment or PC usage.
Attempting to demonstrate a new, ultra-fast refresh 120Hz LCD monitor with a still image is tricky, so ViewSonic have done the next best thing a slapped a big dragon on there instead. The VX2265wm is a 22-inch prototype with Professional Color Certification, 1680 x 1050 resolution, 300 nits of brightness and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio; it also boasts a 3ms gray-to-gray response time.
Viewsonic have announced their latest LCD display, the VA2626wm, aimed at the professional on a budget. Despite being a whopping great 26-inch 1920 x 1200 1080p high-definition panel, with 6,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, the company is only asking for $529. If the quality they deliver is as good as the press release verbiage would have it, you could be looking at a serious bargain.
Starting with the projector, it has a 2000:1 contrast ration and 2220 lumens, which means it can be used just about anywhere. Add to that the 720p and 1080i support with its native 800x600 resolution and you’ve got yourself a nice projector. For those with more of an eco friendly mind it also has an ECO mode that saves power, lowers noise pollution, and extends the lamp life, the cost will save some paper too at a meager $499.
ViewSonic has long been one of the best LCD manufacturers on the market, so it’s not surprise that they eventually decided to give the whole digital picture frame thing a go, and now they have. They have new 7, 8, and 10 inch models that are available just in time for Mother’s Day.
Sure it doesn’t offer up a full HD resolution, but it does offer up 22-inches of screen real estate. It also has a 4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
Viewsonic announced an affordable 1080p LCD projector with Epson’s C2Fine™ panel and Silicon’s optic Hollywood Quality Video (HQV) technology. The Precision Pro8100 uses ViewSonic's proprietary Precision Color System (PCS), an image enhancement technology that renders natural colors with extensive tuning capabilities and Silicon Optic best in line VX-210 to achieve finest image reproduction. The Vx-210 has the Ewarp VX geometry processing allows more flexible projector placement yet maintaining highest possible image quality, it’s also capable to process dual channels simultaneously.
If you've got a 19-inch monitor, at what resolution does it display? Personally mine run 1440 x 900. For the most part, that's plenty fine for me. Most of what I do on the computer has to do with typing and reading text as well as gaming. For the former, I think that's about the right size for me not to kill my eyes. As for the latter, most games don't go any higher than 1440 x 900. However, if you crave something a little higher, Viewsonic's got what you need.
Viewsonic has added four new LCD monitors to its product portfolio. The first three are widescreen display modeled VA1926w (19"), VA2026w(20"), and the VA2226w (22", 21.6" viewable), while the VA926 (19") monitor is a 4:3 format display.