We know it’s pretty hard to get excited about yet another 24-inch IPS . But if we told you that NEC MultiSync P241W was packing something special … namely, e letter No, wait, do not go. Look, it’s 1920 x 1200 e-book really serious IPS, color reproduction for professional and viewing angles for a price that is not too bad ($ 749) given the target audience. In addition to the response time of 8ms, ambient light sensor and ECO mode options, the monitor includes a USB hub with DisplaySync Pro, which allows you to use a single keyboard, mouse and monitor to two computers. The P241W will begin shipping later this month, and check the gallery below and the PR after the break for more specifications.
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