2 all-in-one new systems were introduced by MSI namely MSI AE221 and MSI AE270.
The devices will be made available in Europe starting from the month of November and come equipped with the latest Windows 8.1 OS.
The devices will include capacitive touch displays and have full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 along with put to ten pint multi-touch. Apart from all these features, the devices will also include the exclusive Blue Light Control and Flicker Free technologies from MSI. These technologies have been designed specifically for protecting the eyes of the users when they are required to spend long hours sitting in front of their computers.
Flicker Free technology used within the devices helps in stabilizing electric current and also prevents flickering which is not visible to bare eye under usual conditions. Eyestrain is reduced to a great extent and even helps in improving productivity. The technology named as Blue Light Control helps in the reduction of blue light that the screen emits and thus, causes less damage and strain to the eyes.
A 3.4 GHz Intel Core i3 processor or 3.1GHz Intel Core i5 processor will power the devices along with 16GB RAM.
With numerous Windows 8 compatible products getting released, Dell has taken the next step to launch its new range of monitors. The new monitors are expected to be available to the consumers by 18th September.
These monitors are available with 20, 23 and the 27-inch screens which are powered by advanced touch functionality. Coming with almost same features the basic screen is Dell 20Touch Monitor. It comes with 19.5-inch viewable image feature and is clubbed by the 2-millisecond response time. Resolution of the screen has been kept at 1600×900 where the aspect area is 8,000,000:1.
Other inclusions for all the three monitors include the VGA, HDMI, MHL, Display and the USB port connectivity. Speaking about the 23 and the 27-inch monitors, they support the 10-points of multi-touch and provide a full HD display. Both these screens come with the same contrast ratio i.e. 8,000,000:1 which is dynamic in nature. The viewing angles of both these monitors are 178°, both vertically and horizontally.
Besides the highly customized adjustable stands which allow it to be tilted to as much as 60°, these monitors are certainly going to provide stiff competition to the already heated market. Dell 20Touch monitor is priced at $249.99 whereby both 23 as well as 27-inch monitors are available at $449.00 and $699.99 respectively.
Electronics major Samsung recently announced the launch of its two new monitors – Series 7, SC770 and SC750, with the former boasting the company’s first multi-touch display for the consumers and the latter comes with an ergonomic rotating panel.
SC770 Touch’s special touch control panel features 10 points of simultaneous input, perfect for rotating, selecting and dragging objects while delivering an intuitive and smooth interaction. This monitor delivers quite an enriching performance, as it can be hooked up to any mobile device through USB while the Sliding-Tilt function of Samsung enables the monitor in adjusting to a 55 degree tilt smoothly and conveniently. This 24 inch Full HD display features a narrow bezel accompanied by a metallic stand. The SC770 will be coming with a price tag of $599.99.
The SC750 on the other hand will be arriving in an ergonomic, slim design enabling a 90 degree turn. This monitor has been optimized in such a way that regardless of whether one is consuming social media, surfing the web or viewing documents, they can do so easily in portrait or landscape modes. The SC750 will be available in 27 inch and 24 inch models and will be coming with a price tag of $37 and $249, respectively.
NEC Display Solutions of America has announced the launched of its 29-inch Black lit LED monitor code named EA294WMi, yesterday.
EA294WMi boasts a slim profile, IPS panel, full ergonomics and comprehensive connectivity for medical environments, digital signage and corporate financial services.
EA294WMi comes with extra desktop space unlike other monitors enabling the display of two source information on one monitor offering split-screen Picture By Picture (PBP) functionality. It enhances productivity, work performance and multi tasking capabilities through 21:9 aspect ratios, panoramic view, uniform color brightness and its 2560×1080 pixel resolution. Coming to the power consumption, when compared with the 19-inch dual monitors with same LCD panel technology, it consumes 29 percent less power.
EA294WMi is a TCO Certified Edge 1.2 with smart technology that automatically determines proper display brightness with ambient light and human sensors. Selective (MHL embedded) Smartphones can be connected through MHL/HDMI for HD quality video or images.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has launched its first Google Chromebook – Pavilion 14 yesterday. The device is available in the US through HPDirect.com at a price of $329.99.
HP Pavilion 14 features a 14-inch screen with 1366×768 pixel screen resolution. It runs 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Celeron processor with 2GB of RAM upgradable up to 4 GB. It has an HD Web camera and 16GB storage. It sports a 2-in-1 memory card slot, dual USB ports, HDMI, Ethernet and the power button on one side and USB port and audio input/output on the other side.
HP Pavilion 14 features also include an in-built dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and Ethernet in terms of connectivity. The device has 4.15 hours of battery life. It measures 0.83 inches in thickness and 3.96 pounds in weight. It has 100GB of Google Drive cloud storage valid for two years along with Google+ Hangouts, Gmail, YouTube and in-built Maps.
HP Pavilion 14 is a high-end model, more expensive than Samsung’s latest Chromebook and the Acer C7 available at $250 and $199 respectively.