NEC EX231Wp
NEC outs new “Office Cool” EX231Wp monitor

16 Jun 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

NEC has released a new 23-inch EX231Wp with PVA panel, LED backlight and a very slim frame. NEC’s Office Cool range of monitors is targeted at office desks and home offices.

NEC EX231Wp with LED

NEC is now expanding their range of Office Cool monitors with a new 23-inch variant called EX231Wp – a successor to last year’s EX231W with a TN panel.

NEC EX231Wp
NEC EX231Wp


EX231Wp has a cPVA panel with Edge LED backlight. The LED backlight enables NEC to reduce power consumption to just 27 W in normal use. An ambient light sensor is also used to adjust brightness on the LCD automatically.

NEC has put effort into designing a very sleek and elegant cabinet for their Office Cool range and EX231Wp is wrapped in a minimalistic 14.6 mm bezel.

NEC EX231Wp
NEC EX231Wp


Specifications
  • 23”, 16:9, PVA panel with LED
  • 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution
  • 250 cd/m² brightness
  • 3,000:1 typical contrast ratio (25,000:1 dynamic)
  • 27-watt power consumption
  • DisplayPort and DVI-I inputs
  • USB port

    NEC MultiSync EX231Wp will be available in July 2011 at an estimated street price of $319.



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