ViewSonic rolls in with four new monitors

ViewSonic monitors times four.

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LAS VEGAS--ViewSonic rolled into CES this year with no less than four new LCD computer monitors.

On Thursday, ViewSonic announced the 24-inch VX2450wm-LED and 22-inch VX2250wm-LED, both of which have a resolution of 1,920x1,080. Each monitor also includes integrated stereo speakers, SRS Premium Sound technology, and DVI and VGA inputs.

The VX50 series is apparently "going green". ViewSonic

The VX2450wm-LED and VX2250wm-LED monitors will be available in April for the respective suggested retail prices of $299 and $219.

Also announced was the VX39 Series LCD, available in 22-inch, 24-inch, and 27-inch screen sizes. The VX39 Series has a 1,920x1,080 resolution; a 2ms response time; and HDMI, DVI, and VGA inputs, all on a glossy black frame.

The VX39 series also includes integrated speakers and SRS Premium Sound technology.The new VX39 Series monitors will be available for purchase in April for respective MSRPs of $219, $299 and $399.

Stop looking into my soul! ViewSonic