ViewSonic Corp has released a new 24-inch Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) monitor called the ViewSonic VP2468 which offers an amazing color accuracy for color-critical applications.

ViewSonic VP2468 is built-in with an edge-to-edge SuperClear AH-IPS panel and features pro-level color precision as it is also the world's thinnest monitor bezels for an almost frameless viewing experience.

The monitor is co-developed with a color management expert X-rite while ViewSonic's Colorbration software offers hardware calibration functionalities which help align graphics card and monitor scalar to ensure long-term consistency and accuracy of colour output.

The VP2468 is factory calibrated to a Delta E≤2 value for superior accuracy of all the pre-set colour spaces, including sRGB, EBU, SMPTE-C, REC709 and DICOM mode. The product also features a 14-bit 3D look-up table generates a palette of 4.39 trillion colours and a six-axis color enhancement function which allows any user to individually adjust the red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow colors.

“Colour is critical for serious creative professionals, so we developed the VP2468 with specially designed colour technologies,” said David Chen, LCD Business Line Manager at ViewSonic APAC. “Whether you’re an artist, a photography enthusiasts or a content developer, colours on a monitor—especially true-to-life colours—are vital. The VP2468 features an edge-to-edge SuperClear® AH-IPS panel and offers super-wide viewing angles to ensure content on the screen can be seen from just about any viewpoint. And, with one of the world’s thinnest bezels, users can easily hook up multiple monitors for a more immersive viewing experience.”

The ViewSonic VP2488 is also equipped with a DisplayPort(1x in, 1x out) technology, Mini DisplayPort, dual HDMI inputs, and four USB 3.0 ports. It also  comes with ergonomic features including tilt, swivel, height adjustments and auto pivot with built-in G sensor allowing the screen image to pivot automatically when positioned vertically.

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