AOC introduces the Razor, the slimmest LED Monitor yet
AOC presents its most cutting-edge design, the "Razor" Series. The Razor has cut away all the bulk, leaving you with a chic and ultra slim cabinet measuring just 12.9mm thin. The Razor features a sharp LED panel, has an Ultra-High Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 50,000,000:1 and comes with a unique smart wall-mount that saves space and retains a tilt function. The series offer illuminated soft-touch controls along with a colorful graphic on-screen menus and is available in screen sizes ranging from 18.5 inch to 23 inch...
The AOC Razor range of LED monitors is uniquely slim and brilliant
AOC, one of the top global players in the best value display technology, presents its most cutting-edge design, the “Razor” Series. The Razor has cut away all the bulk, leaving customers with a chic, ultra, ultra slim cabinet measuring just 12.9mm thin, believed to be the world's slimmest LED monitor.
Despite the slim design, nothing has been compromised. Featuring a sharp LED panel, Razor has an Ultra-High Dynamic Contrast Ratio (DCR) of 50,000,000:1, revealing darker image areas in greater depth than ever before.
The Razor series is available in screen sizes ranging from 18.5” to 23”, with the base doubling as a unique smart wall-mount that saves space and retains a tilt function for superior ergonomic viewing. Illuminated soft-touch controls, along with a colourful graphic on-screen menu, provide user-friendly monitor adjustment.
Environmentally friendly, the LED backlight is free of toxic mercury (Hg) and consumes up to 50% less energy compared with traditional 4 CCFL screens.
Power usage is further reduced by the “e-Saver” technology featured on the monitor, which enables the user to set the monitor to a lower power configuration when the PC is in screen saver mode or powered off, or even if the user is simply away for a while.
The Razor series matches the best in design with a stunning display to create the ideal monitor for professional and home users.
Additional Information: Visit the AOC Razor minisite
October 29, 2010