NEC MultiSync® E233WMi – maximum flexibility for a healthy performance
The 23” 16:9 wide screen display targeting entry-level office applications.
With its IPS panel providing wide viewing angles, the screen features an easy-to-read and eye-pleasing image quality, whilst providing best performance for better working results.
Highly flexible ergonomic setting options including height adjust, tilt and swivel as well as vertical and horizontal display orientation results in a more pleasant and productive working environment. Ensuring the well-being of the user, built-in Low Blue Light technology filters out hazardous blue light emissions whilst Flicker-Free technology eliminates the effect of flickering. Whilst the users’ eyes are protected, the low power consumption ensures an attractive Total Cost of Ownership.
- Business Class Image Quality – IPS (23") panel provides the very best viewing angles as well as noticeably better colour reproduction.
- Protecting your eyes from strain and damage – Built-in Low Blue Light technology filters out hazardous blue light emissions whilst Flicker-Free technology eliminates any backlight flickering, thus protecting your eyes against cataracts and macular degeneration without compromise to true-to-life display colour performance.
- Ergonomic Office – full height adjustability (100 mm), swivel, tilt and pivot functionality ensures perfect individual ergonomic set-up.
- Flexible office communication – integrated speakers and audio-out interface provide the flexibility you need at your desk.
- Your environmental and social responsibility – NEC`s TCO 7 and ENERGY STAR 7 certified display is environmentally designed with minimal hazardous material meeting the growing demand for more sustainable technologies.
Signal Cable: VGA - VGA
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