Wide viewing angle for extra freedom
A wide viewing angle provides the clearest display with little reflection from virtually any angle.
SXGA 1280 x 1024 resolution for sharper display
For graphics monitors, the screen resolution signifies the number of dots (pixels) on the entire screen. For example, a 1280-by-1024 pixel screen is capable of displaying 1280 distinct dots on each of 1024 lines, or about 1.3 million pixels.
Built-in speakers for audio without desktop clutter
A pair of stereo speakers built into a display device. It can be visible front firing, or invisible down firing, top firing, rear firing, etc depending on model and design.
Adjustable screen height for the ideal viewing angle
Adjustable height is the ability of a monitor to travel up or down on its base and lock into position when the desired height is reached, delivering a comfortable, individualized viewing angle that is just right for the user's height, weight, body-type and posture, alleviating possible eyestrain or fatigue that can come from long hours working on a computer.
Tilt and swivel adjustment for an ideal viewing angle
Screen tilt and swivel is a mechanism built into the base permits the monitor to swivel and tilt backward or forward.
SmartManage compatibility enables LAN-based asset management
SmartManage is a system for monitoring, managing and checking status of display devices as well as delivering remote support to users who experience difficulties - all accomplished over a LAN.
Power consumption below the industry average
Reduction of the electrical power required to operate a device.
Kensington anti-theft lock-ready for added security
Small apertures built into the display's frame for use with a locking device that secures a display to a fixed object for added protection against theft.
Embedded power supply eliminates external power adaptors
An embedded power supply is a power adaptor built into the body of a display device that replaces a bulky external power adaptor.
VESA mounting pattern for easy wall mounting of display
A unified industry standard for wall mounting IT equipment set by the Video Electronics Standards Association.