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ViewSonic launches 24-inch PC/TV display

updated 08:50 am EST, Mon December 15, 2008

ViewSonic VT2430 LCD

ViewSonic today made the last-minute introduction of the VT2430. The 24-inch LCD is conceived as a secondary HDTV that also doubles as a PC display and carries both an HDMI 1.3 connection as well as VGA; either can display at up to a native 1080p versus the 720p of most TVs at the same size. The screen also has a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio uncharacteristic of most PC displays but is still said to have a fast 5ms pixel response time.

More conventional TV input comes from component, RCA and S-video connections; sound is built-in and comes from a 10W chin-mounted stereo speaker setup. Exact availability isn't mentioned but should see the set priced closer to a conventional PC-only display at $399.



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  1. bdmarsh

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    full 1080p?

    according to their own website: "1360x768 optimum PC resolution" would seem to indicate the native resolution of the display is not 1080p

  1. syzygi

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    U musta goofed somewhere

    VT2430 - Big entertainment in a small package

    16:9 Full HD 1920x1080 resolution panel
    Full HD 1080p resolution delivers 100% of your HD signal for incredibly precise images.

    ...According to ViewSonic Web site.

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