Middle East, September 07, 2009: NEC Display Solutions has announced the launch of the new MultiSync® EA222WMe, a desktop LC display that packs in energy efficiency, environmental compatibility and cost-effectiveness. The new display used White LED (Light Emitting Diode) backlight technology and is targeted at users in the SMB and corporate sector. NEC Displays has also reduced the conventional four CCFL backlights to just two lights on the new MultiSync® EA221WMe, thus making the display more energy-efficient.
“By doing this, NEC Displays has allowed users to save up to 50 percent energy, when compared with conventional TFT displays. All of the tried-and-tested eco features on the MultiSync® EA series, such as the Ambient Light Sensor for optimum screen brightness at all times, or the NEC One Touch Eco Button, round off the overall eco-package perfectly and guarantee excellent cost-effectiveness thanks to extremely low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership),” explained Ian Gobey, the General Manager of NEC Display Solutions, Middle East.
The 22-inch widescreen display is manufactured completely without environmentally harmful materials such as arsenic, mercury or halogens. EPEAT™ Gold (on the black version) and EPEAT™ Silver certifications bear testimony to the LC display’s excellent environmental compatibility. The display comes with latest TCO 5.0 certification and satisfies the criteria of the forthcoming Energy Star 5.0 label. W-LED background illumination at a brightness of 250 cd/m2 guarantees excellent viewing comfort.
Furthermore, for state-of-the-art digital connectivity, the MultiSync® EA222WMe features not only a DVI-D, but also a Display Port interface. Added to this is an adjustable height of up to 110mm plus a pivot function for the required degree of workplace ergonomics. “With this model, we’re bringing the 22-inch widescreen display with what is currently probably the most extensive overall package in terms of environmentally friendly features onto the market,” said Gobey. “Thanks to innovative technologies, the monitor combines growing environmental awareness and the efforts to achieve greater sustainability among users with the outstanding quality characteristics of NEC.”
The NEC MultiSync® EA222WMe is expected to be available from December 2009 in black and white with a silver front frame.
Further information can be found online at: www.nec-display-solutions.com