New Tinted-Glass Screen Coated LCD Monitors Combine Better Image and Eye Protection

Jul 27, 2004
New Tinted-Glass Screen Coated LCD Monitors Combine Better Image and Eye Protection

Prestigio introduces 15-inch and 17-inch LCD monitors featuring tinted-glass screen coating that ensures a more accentuated image, better focus, and eye protection. Affordably priced, the displays come with an exquisite design ideal for demanding and style-conscious consumers.

Prestigio, one of the most dynamic international manufacturers of LCD displays and TV's, mobile computers, and plasma TV's, has unveiled two new exquisite 15" and 17" 1.88. LCD multimedia monitors P156 and P176, and began their distribution throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa. The new monitors feature tinted-glass screen coating that ensures a more accentuated image, better focus, and increased eye protection.

Undeniably attractive, the use of glass serves several purposes. It enhances the physical appearance of the unit as well as the color intensity of the display. The specially conditioned solid glass protects the LCD panel from direct contact with the elements, thus reducing the likelihood of damage. It's elegant styling is a welcome presence in any workplace, either at home or in the office.

However, most importantly, the tinted-glass coating contributes to the prevention of the so-called Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), with some studies estimating that 90 percent of the workers using computers for more than 3 hours per day experience CVS in some form. CVS symptoms include headaches, loss of focus, double/blurred vision, tired or burning eyes, and even neck and shoulder pains.

In order to combat CVS experts advise using expensive protective computer eyeglasses or special display shields. The new tinted-glass Prestigio monitors make these accessories redundant. Affordably priced, the displays come with an exquisite design ideal for demanding and style-conscious consumers.

The brand-new Prestigio P156 and P176 are hi-end LCD monitors having all the modern features a consumer could desire – high resolution (1280 x 1024 SXGA in P176, 1024 x 768 XGA in P156), typical pixel response time (25 ms max.), sufficient viewing angle of more than 150 degrees, good contrast ratio (300:1 in P156, and 250:1 in P176) and brightness (250 cd/m2). Both monitors conform to VESA standard allowing for easy wall-mounting, making them suitable for use in small offices and apartments.

Source: Prestigio

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