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AOC 917Vw LCD Monitor

AOC 917Vw LCD Monitor

The AOC 917Vw offers premium picture quality for graphics-intensive applications. It comes with 3000:1(DCR) contrast ratio, which delivers exceptional image clarity, along with 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 917Vw offers consumers brilliant, large-screen performance at a highly competitive price.

Features: • Analog inputs: Analogue RGB, DVI-D • 1440 x 900 maximum resolution • Special features: DCB-Dynamic, Colour Boost Contrast Ratio 3000:1 (DCR) HDCP Ready • High brightness 300cd/m² (typ.) • Typical response time: 5ms Distributors: Ingram Micro, Morning Star

Contact Details: Ingram Micro, ph: 0800 464 726, www.ingrammicro.co.nz

Morning Star, ph: 09 573 0988, www.morningstar.co.nz


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