ViewSonic has launched a 19in monitor with a smaller footprint than rival models, for companies where desk space is tight.
The PS790 is 3in less in depth than comparable models, the company claimed.
With a footprint of 17in, it uses wide-deflection (short-depth) technology, which means an electron gun with a 100-degree CRT instead of the usual 90-degree CRT is used.
ViewSonic claims the PS790 is 30% brighter than other CRT monitors because of a double dynamic focus system and Super Clear screen technology, which incorporates enhanced phosphor and glass treatments. It supports a 95KHz refresh rate and a maximum resolution of 1600x1280.
Viewsonic is aiming the new model at users in environments like 3D graphics, architectural, CAD/CAM/CAE design and other high-end graphics markets.
The PS790 is available now, priced at #569. This price includes a free 3-year Express Exchange warranty which guarantees a replacement monitor will be delivered, generally within 24 hours, if there is a defect.
ViewSonic 01293 643900.
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