Middle East, 20 January 2011 – The NEC MultiSync® EX231W LCD display has won the renowned iF product design award 2011, which is given for outstanding design achievements. This seal of quality is awarded each year by an international jury of experts and is one of the world’s most important design accolades. The prize-winning design of the NEC monitor was created by Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa. In 2003, Naoto Fukasawa established Naoto Fukasawa Design.
While collaborating with representative brands in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Scandinavia and Asian countries for their product developments, he is also consulting both national and international companies. Fukasawa has won many awards internationally and, in 2007, he was accorded the title of Honorable Royal Designer for Industry (Royal Society of Arts). Since 1992, Fukasawa has been designing MultiSync® monitor series for NEC.
The iF product design award is given based on clearly defined criteria such as quality of design, quality of workmanship, degree of innovation, environmental sustainability and ergonomics. It provides guidance for consumers wishing to make a decision for award-winning design. The NEC MultiSync® EX231W office display impressed the expert jury in the category “05 Computers”.
“We are delighted to win this prestigious design award that confirms the commitment and high standards we have for innovative product development,” declares Birgit Sommerer, Product Line Manager Commercial Displays at NEC Display Solutions Europe. “MultiSync® EX series stands for an extremely high quality standard of design and leading-edge technology.”
First-class quality, top performance and attractive design were the key factors guiding the creation of the MultiSync® EX models. The displays are well received in the enterprise market thanks to their slim form, lightweight and extremely narrow stand. They can be stylishly integrated into office surroundings. With their excellent picture quality and outstanding connectivity options they also set new technological standards.
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