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One more Westinghouse goes 16:9

Westinghouse seems to have completely moved into the same 16:9 spacious flat that most other monitor vendors have shown an interest in. In addition to their previously announced monitor sizes, here comes a 22-incher to make room for

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See, business users will enjoy this monitor. How do I know? No. How could I not know? Look at all the charts and graphs and stuff. That proves it! Westinghouse

Westinghouse seems to have completely moved into the same 16:9 spacious flat that most other monitor vendors have begun cramming themselves into. In addition to their previously announced monitor sizes, make room for the company's 22-incher.

The Westinghouse L2220HM with its "Full HD" 16:9 aspect ratio offers a resolution of 1,920x1,080 (1080p), a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 300 candelas per square meters (cd/m2) brightness, a pixel response time or 5ms, and a 170-degree horizontal viewing angle.

Connection options include DVI and VGA. In addition, the monitor includes built-in stereo speakers.

The monitor is available now at a MSRP of $229.

The full specs are below.

  • High 1,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 300 nits high brightness
  • Pixel response time of 5ms
  • 0.248x0.248mm pixel pitch
  • 16.7 million true colors
  • Viewing angle: 170 degrees horizontal, 160 degrees vertical
  • DVI-D (HDCP), VGA, and stereo audio inputs
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • EPA Energy Star
  • RoHS Compliant