Apple LED Cinema Display unveiled
Apple is on a roll today with a brand new LED Cinema Display to tempt your wallets even in these harsh economic times. This stunning 24″ LED backlit widescreen display comes with an integrated iSight video camera, microphone and speakers – and Apple engineers and designers managed to cram all of the above into an elegant, thin aluminum and glass enclosure. Nice to see Apple continue to place product design a class above the rest, even if that means the ordinary consumer has to fork out much more money. Targeting the newly released MacBook family, this Apple LED Cinema Display comes with a built-in MagSafe charger, three USB 2.0 ports and the new Mini DisplayPort that makes it a snap for MacBook users to hook up in an instant, powering not only their notebooks but favorite peripherals as well.
This 24″ glossy, widescreen display as a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels, making it suitable for you to view all your videos in full High Definition. Thanks to LED backlit technology, you will be able to enjoy instant full screen brightness without having to cough up a bundle at the end of the month for your power bill. Power efficiency is definitely a positive point here, compared to older displays that depend on LCD technology. The LED Cinema Display is suspended by an aluminum stand with an adjustable hinge for almost effortless tilting. Thanks to the integrated iSight video camera, microphone and speakers, one is able to kick off video conferencing via iChat in an instant. I also like the idea of the built-in universal MagSafe charger that makes it much more convenient for users to leave their notebook’s MagSafe power adapter in the travel bag.
You will be able to pick up the new LED Cinema Display this November via the usual channels, including the Apple Store, Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. So far the LED Cinema Display comes with a recommended retail price of $899 – granted, there are many other 24″ LCD monitors out there which do not cost that much, but none of them are able to compare to the sheer beauty of the LED Cinema Display. Just make sure you have a spanking new MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with the new Mini DisplayPort or else it would be pretty much useless.