AOC debuts new LED monitor, HDTV

A look at AOC's LED followup to the V22 and new HDTV.

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The better photo of the E2237Fwh. Now do you want one?! AOC

LAS VEGAS--A few months back, I reviewed the AOC V22 Verfino monitor. While it lacked a DVI input and ergonomic features, I gave it points for its good performance, thin design, and useful extras.

It's too early to say whether AOC's V22 follow up, the E2237Fwh will live up to its predecessor--that will be determined when I get a review unit--hopefully in a few weeks. Unfortunately, AOC didn't increase the number DVI ports on the E2237Fwh from the zero found on the V22. Its sole video connection is HDMI, as it was with the V22.

Also announced this week is the LE24H067, a 24-inch HDTV with a LED backlit screen. It has two HDMI ports and a digital photo frame feature that lets users display photos from a USB source.

According to AOC, expect both screens to be available in the first quarter of this year. However, AOC has yet to provide me with pricing information.