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NEC E232WMT is a 23-inch multi-touch LED display with a HD webcam

NEC's latest computer monitor is a 23-inch unit that supports ten points of touch and comes out of the box ready for video conferencing

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Apr 3, 2014 4:38 pm

NEC has rolled out a new computer monitor that has a 23-inch screen size and an integrated HD webcam. The monitor is called the E232WMT and one of the key features it offers is support for multi-touch. Users can touch the screen with ten points at once to manipulate images and more.

 

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NEC also equips the monitor with integrated speakers and when combined with the integrated webcam, the monitor is ready for video chats and conferences. Connectivity options include HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, and USB 3.0.

 

NEC uses a LED backlit AH-IPS panel with wide viewing angles and natural color reproduction. The brightness rating is 250cd/m2 and the dynamic contrast ratio is 15000:1. Ergonomic adjustability is built into the stand with height and tilt adjustment. NEC also rolls in a USB 3.0 hub that makes it easy to connect peripherals to the display. The E22WMT will ship this month for $629.

 

"The E232WMT touch display builds upon NEC's leadership in environmentally friendly displays," said Kevin Christopherson, Director of Product Marketing for Desktop Displays at NEC Display Solutions. "This feature-rich display is ideal for everyday business tasks, video conferencing and kiosk applications."

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