Sydney, Australia, February 10, 2009 - AOC Australia releases its largest LCD monitor yet, the 619Fh 26" LCD monitor available now in Australia. The company takes a significant step in large-size wide screens as demand grows from consumers and professionals looking to combine their professional computing needs and home entertainment desires.
The AOC 619Fh is a 26-inch glossy-bezel widescreen LCD monitor designed to provide a wide, high resolution, high quality screen is appreciated. It is designed for graphic designers, professional photographers, HD content enthusiasts and markets such as hospitals where full HD resolution (1920 x 1200) is required and valued. The large 26" widescreen display allows for a comfortable experience in multi-tasking resulting in increased productivity and efficiency or sit back and enjoy the latest movies, photos and videos.
The featured Dynamic Colour Boost system (DCB) creates brighter and more vibrant colours. A response time of only 3ms and 400cd/m² brightness enable brilliant and smooth displays even with fast moving objects such as video games. The Dynamic Contrast Ratio (DCR) technology enhances the perceived contrast ratio to 10,000:1. One analogue and two digital connections (DVI and HDMI) plus two 3W speakers give the 619Fh everything it needs for perfect presentation of multimedia applications. The HDMI connection allows transfers of uncompressed digital audio and video for the highest image quality. Easily connect the AOC 619Fh to other consumer electronics such as DVD players to enjoy high definition content.
Multiple inputs and integrated USB hub to expand your connectivity
High gloss piano black polished finish
3ms Fast Response time
Full HD (1080p) support: 1920 x 1200 high resolution
10000:1 super high contrast ratio
WCG technology for 100% colour saturation
Model: AOC 619Fh
RRP AU $699: NZ $799
Australian Distributors: Compucon Computers and Todaytech Distribution
New Zealand Distributor: Ingram Micro NZ
Availability: Available Now
AOC is a registered trademark exclusively owned by TPV group, the world's largest manufacturer of computer monitors and LCD screens. To find out more, please visit http://www.aoc.com
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:58 am CDT