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ViewSonic launches VP2468 24-inch full HD monitor

The VP2468 was co-developed with color management experts X-rite, coming with ViewSonic’s Colorbration software that offers hardware calibration functionalities to align graphics card and monitor scalar to ensure long-term consistency and accuracy of color output. It has hue and saturation fine tuning as well as five gamma settings.

ViewSonic Corp. launched the VP2468, a 24-inch Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) monitor.

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The VP2468 was co-developed with color management experts X-rite, coming with ViewSonic’s Colorbration software that offers hardware calibration functionalities to align graphics card and monitor scalar to ensure long-term consistency and accuracy of color output. It has hue and saturation fine tuning as well as five gamma settings. It comes in a frameless design that is ideal for multiple monitor set-ups, which makes it ideal for photography enthusiasts, graphic artists, as well as content and development designers.

Each VP2468 is factory calibrated to a Delta E≤2 value for superior accuracy of all the pre-set color spaces, including sRGB, EBU, SMPTE-C, REC709 and DICOM mode. The VP2468 is engineered with an integrated color uniformity function that ensures consistent chromaticity across the entire screen, while a 14-bit 3D look-up table generates a palette of 4.39 trillion colors for precise and exact image reproduction. A six-axis color enhancement function allows users to individually adjust six different colors: red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow.

ViewSonic’s VP2468 is equipped with future-proof DisplayPort (1x in, 1x out) technology, Mini DisplayPort, dual HDMI inputs, and four USB 3.0 ports . The DisplayPort interface provides multi-stream technology that allows the daisy-chaining of multiple monitors with a single cable.

In addition to the color and connectivity technologies, the VP2468 comes with ergonomic features including tilt, swivel, height adjustments and auto pivot with built-in G sensor allowing the screen image to pivot automatically when positioned vertically. 

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