Big, stylish and perfect for digital living: AOC 2330V+, the new 58cm full-HD flatscreen

March 12, 2010 | 17:02

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Berlin, 8 March 2010 – The display manufacturer AOC introduces the latest model in its Fashion Wide series, the 2330V+. The stylish monitor in shimmering piano varnish boasts a 58cm/23” diagonal. It’s 16:9 format also makes everything from surfing the internet, watching movies and playing games to video conferences and media sessions a real delight. A number of amazing features ensure excellent image quality and performance.

Whether for the office or relaxation, the 2330V+ widescreen has everything a user needs. Thanks to both an analogue D-Sub-RGB and a digital (HDCP compatible) input all popular external sources can be connected to the 58 cm/23” monitor. And with a depth of only 22mm, you’ll hardly even notice it on your desk. Just like the rest of the displays in the Fashion Wide series, which counts the Red Dot Design Award winning 2434Pw in its ranks, the chic LCD impresses as much inside as out.

Compelling image quality
Those who find sharp edges and fluid movement payback essential will enjoy what the 2330V+ has to offer. Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels ensures chaotic action sequences in movies and games are as real as it gets. A reaction time of only 5ms further guarantees nothing is distorted. The innovative flat screen also features the Dynamic Colour Boost function (DCB), which optimises colours, leaving skin tones looking more natural and blue skies more blue. Additional attributes include a dynamic contrast ratio of 30.000:1 and a brightness value of up to 300 cd/m².

The screen setting can be changed easily an intuitively using the navigation key or even the practical i-Menu software. It allows settings such as contrast or brightness to be matched to colourful image setting symbols at the click of a mouse.

The 2330V+ is expected to be available during the second half of April; the suggested retail price has not been set yet.
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