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AOC LCD monitor 916Vwa

AOC LCD monitor 916Vwa

AOC LCD MONITOR 916Vwa

The AOC 916Vwa offers premium picture quality for graphics-intensive applications. It comes with a 2000:1 contrast ratio that delivers exceptional image clarity and a 160-degree viewing angle to provide increased visibility from side viewpoints. Its response time is 5ms, a key feature that prevents fast moving objects from becoming blurred.

The AOC 916Vwa offer consumers brilliant, large-screen performance at a highly competitive price.

Recommended for: Architecture, Design, Corporate Environments

Product details:

  • Analogue and DVI inputs
  • 1440x900 maximum resolution
  • Special features: DCB-Dynamic colour boost; contrast Ratio 2000:1; HDCP ready
  • High Brightness 300cd/m² (typ)
  • Typical Response Time (tr+tf): 5ms
  • Built-in speakers

Distributor: Ingram Micro

Contact details: Ingram Micro Sales, ph: 0800 832 472 or 09 414 0114


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