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Ralf Jurrien : April 13th 2007 - 21:45 CET
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NewsWindows Vista-ready Envision LCD monitor : Envision Peripherals Inc. (EPI), home to the AOC and Envision branded displays, expanded its Envision line of value priced high-performance displays with the introduction of a new series of TFT active-matrix LCD monitors that allow users to take advantage of the benefits of Microsoft’s new Windows Vista Operating System. Leading the new line of LCD displays is the 19-inch widescreen Envision G918w1, offering Windows Vista Premium certification to complement Microsoft’s aim to provide enhancements for productivity, multimedia and entertainment. EPI also announced the addition of two new Windows Vista-ready TFT active-matrix LCD displays, the 19-inch Envision H1981 and 17-inch Envision H1781.
Envision LCD monitor
The new line of Envision branded monitors is designed to be as attractive as it is functional. Featuring a matte-black cabinet with sleek low-profile design, these units complement virtually any PC or Mac computer, while saving valuable desk-top real estate. Their durable screens are finished with a glare-resistant hard coating that reduces eye-strain and helps prevent scratch-damage. Built to maximize screen space for Windows Vista Premium’s Sidebar feature, the new Envision 19-inch G918w1 meets Microsoft’s strict standards for Windows Vista certification, leaving plenty of room for viewing multiple applications simultaneously. The widescreen format also takes advantage of Windows Vista Premium’s Aero Flip, allowing users to save time by easily navigating between multiple windows open at one time. Equipped with the Digital Video Input w/HDCP interface - needed to “unlock” protected HD content - the Envision G918w1 allows high-quality audio and video playback from the latest high-definition program sources, including HD-DVD and Blu-ray DVDs. For maximum versatility, the unit also delivers HD 720P/1080i compatibility allowing it to display digital TV programming delivered by Cable, Satellite and other Set Top Boxes equipped with DVI-HDCP.

Envision LCD monitor

Envision G918w1 LCD monitor
The Envision G918w1 delivers 1440x900 maximum screen resolution for stunning picture clarity. The dynamic 800:1 contrast ratio, super bright screen and fast 5 millisecond response time make the unit ideal for a wide range of entertainment and multimedia applications. The sleek ergonomically designed unit fits on any desk and provides comfortable viewing with screen-angle adjustments. The Envision G918w1 has a suggested retail price of $219.

Vista ready Envision H1981 & H1781 monitors
With their clarity and sharp image quality, the new Envision 19-inch H1981 and 17-inch H1781 LCD displays are exceptional performers. Offering a 1280x1024 resolution and an ultra rich 700:1 contrast ratio, the displays boast swift 5 millisecond response times ensuring virtually no ghosting for the ultimate gaming and DVD viewing experience. The Envision H1981 and H1781 easily connect to Windows Vista and carry the “Works with Windows Vista” logo. The units have suggested retail prices of $229 and $199, respectively. Each of the three new units unit carries a comprehensive factory warranty. They are also ROHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive) compliant which means they have minimal amounts of hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, PBB & PBDE. EPI products are available through leading national and regional retailers and select online outlets.

About EPI
Envision Peripheral's branded displays, AOC and Envision, are produced by the world's largest display manufacturer, Hong Kong-based TPV, which ranked #16 in the 2006 Business Week global “Information Technology 100.” The affordably priced brands lead the high quality, price performance display market and are consistently praised for advanced performance, higher resolutions, surprisingly low prices, plug-and-play simplicity, built-in features, user controls and comprehensive factory warranty. EPI displays are ideally suited for corporate, small office and home use. Envision Peripherals Inc. is located in Fremont, Calif.

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