Westinghouse multi-tasking monitors debut
- By Trudy Walsh
- Jan 15, 2009
Westinghouse Digital Electronics displayed its lineup of LCD computer monitors during the Consumer Electronics Show last week so visitors could get more of a true picture of the devices, away from the hubbub of the show floor.
The new monitors are designed to enhance business applications such as spreadsheets, as well as high-definition movies and games, said Rey Roque, vice president of marketing for Westinghouse Digital Electronics. They also are designed to work well with laptops.
The new lineup includes the L1920NW, a 19-inch monitor, available now, with a 1366 by 768 pixel resolution, 250 nits bightness, VGA, stereo audio inputs and built-in speakers.
A lot of people are getting rid of their cable TV service and just watching television on their laptop computers, Roque said. Video, TV, the Web—they’re all converging
The company showed a host of LCD monitors that will be available later this year, ranging in size from 20 inches to 26 inches. All of the monitors are EPA Energy Star 4.1 Tier 2-compliant.
Trudy Walsh is a senior writer for GCN.