Gateway FHD Series of monitors
While we’re still with Gateway and their release, why not take a look at what else they offer this time around? The company doesn’t just deal with desktops and notebooks you know, as they have recently unveiled their LCD monitor range known as the Gateway FHD Series, bringing high-definition LCD monitors right in front of you by offering the best in performance and design. Gateway aims to break new ground by featuring an edge-to-edge display, an elegant black bezel, metallic-silver highlights and an L-shaped stand with a brushed-aluminum finish. Other features include discreet touch-sensitive controls that will further augment the clean streamlined design, boasting touch sensitive controls that are easily sensed with the lightest touch – hopefully it won’t be too sensitive.
The new line of FHD monitors will come with a maximum level of HD support alongside a 16:9 aspect ratio, allowing one to achieve an increase in multitasking possibilities in order to enhance productivity while delivering an exceptional multimedia experience. Also, if you prefer your desktop to be the main entertainment hub in your studio apartment, it would make perfect purchase sense since this range boasts 1,920 x 1,080 resolution that is ideal for 1080p full HD gaming, movies, multimedia content and productivity applications.
Other features of the monitors also include 170-degree horizontal and 160-degree vertical viewing angles for an improved viewing experience, VGA and HDMI support in addition to DVI (with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) for viewing digital movies, digital photos, PC files and copy protected content. Visual performance is further enhanced with high contrast ratios, superior response times alongside a brightness level of 300cd/m2. You can choose from two models – the Gateway FHD2102 and the Gateway FHD2402 which will come in 21.5″ and 24″ sizes, respectively. The former will retail for $199.99 while the latter is going for $269.99 a pop. Needless to say, the more expensive among the two has better specifications, although both models do share a maximum resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, a 60MHz refresh rage, 300cd/m2 brightness level, a couple of 2W speakers and being Energy Star compliant.