ViewSonic has added the VG28 widescreen LCD monitor series to its screen collection, featuring an ergonomic design and promised to save up to 30% of average power consumption.
Available 20-, 22-, 24- and 27-inch forms, each model can swivel, tilt and have its height adjusted. The larger pair of screens can also be turned 90° for toggling between landscape and portrait modes. Pixel counts aren't exactly the same across the board, with a 1,600 x 900 resolution for the 20-inch model, while the others each boast a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution.
All of VG28 displays do get DVI, VGA and a 2-port USB hub. But the 27-inch really is the high-end model here, not just because of the size, as this one also gets a 4-port USB hub and HDMI input. Naturally, the 27-inch model will cost quite a bit, with a $579 price tag when it goes on sale in July, along with the 22-inch screen for $299.
But for those of you who just can't wait, the 20- and 24-inch editions are already on sale now, for $249 and $369 respectively.
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