NEC launches desktop monitor with added health benefits

NEC Display Solutions Europe has launched MultiSync E245WMi, the first 24-inch desktop monitor to offer built-in 'Low Blue Light Plus' technology to protect eyes for long-term use.

The MultiSync E245WMi also offers flexibility to ensure ergonomic comfort and is targeted towards environments such as corporate, finance, aviation and transportation, energy and utility, in which displays are central to employee's day-to-day work.

Alistair Round, Product Manager Commercial Display Solutions at NEC Display Solutions Europe said, "organisations across many industries need smart desktop monitors that prioritise the ergonomic and health needs of office workers. People who spend long and intensive periods of time in front of monitors can have their working experience significantly improved by better designed monitors that are suited to their specific needs. The ability to adjust the display is also crucial in making sure this experience is as comfortable as possible."

The commercial 24-inch display surface of over 60cm with 16:10 aspect ratio can handle huge amounts of information efficiently. The Low Blue Light Plus and flicker-free technology creates health benefits without compromising the true-to-life display colour performance.

The latest addition to NEC's MultiSync E Series desktop displays also offers features that meet demanding ergonomic requirements for industries with long-term office working hours. These include 110mm height adjustability, tilt, and swivel as well as vertical and horizontal display orientation, providing the user with flexible ergonomic setting options. The Plane Line Switching (PLS) technology also give users the ability to choose from sitting or standing.

The NEC MultiSync E245WMi desktop display will be available from Mid-June 2016 onwards.

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