ViewSonic has unveiled its first 120Hz desktop LCD technology at NVIDIA’s NVISION 08 event. The new 22-inch 120Hz prototype display offers rich, colorful, blur-free video performance on traditional gaming, entertainment and graphic applications. Simultaneously it also delivers eye-popping stereoscopic 3D when used with NVIDIA’s GeForce Stereoscopic 3D gaming technology.
Moreover, the latest display features 3ms gray-to-gray response time (MPRT). Hence the 22-inch 120Hz prototype display is ideal for gaming, entertainment, computer animation professionals. In addition the display integrates 2Wx2 stereo speakers and Dual Link DVI digital input.
Talking about other features of the 22-inch 120Hz prototype display, it flaunts 1680×1050 resolution, 300 nits of high brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Upon pairing the display with NVIDIA’s GeForce Stereoscopic 3D technology, users can enjoy realistic depth, intense motion, rich graphics and detailed images that literally leap off the screen, claims ViewSonic.
“ViewSonic continues to deliver innovative technology that leads and supports the growing trends and demands in digital entertainment,” said Jeff Volpe, vice president of Global Brand and Emerging Technologies, ViewSonic. “The 120Hz technology will deliver superb front-of-screen performance and will drive new standards in desktop entertainment igniting the next evolution in digital viewing capabilities.”
Speaking on the occasion, Gautam Ghosh, Country Manager, ViewSonic Technologies India said “ViewSonic believes in leading the technology curve ahead of others. The launch of innovative 120Hz ViewSonic monitor showcases the serious commitment of the company in providing a relevant display solution for the customers who desire precision and a realistic 3D visual experience while gaming or for enjoying digital entertainment or on working on heavy graphics.”
ViewSonic’s 22-inch 120Hz prototype display is expected to available in the market at later in the year. However the pricing and availability details have not been announced as of now.