Monday, November 08, 2004

ViewSonic VPW425 42in Plasma TV

The ViewSonic VPW425 42" plasma TV with built-in TV tuner brings stunning video images into your home or boardroom. Revolutionary NextVision technology brings images to life with spectacular brightness and depth. XtremeView performance with viewing angles up to 160 degree delivers vivid images with unmatched picture quality. Picture-in-picture and split-screen (picture-on-picture) capabilities make it easy to view multiple windows at once. Professional-grade features allow you to tailor images to your particular application. Built-in virtual surround sound speakers and progressive scan technology round out the multimedia experience with a clean, professional look. For the home or office, get the powerful, slim (3.7" depth) plasma TV -- the ViewSonic VPW425.

*Displays HD signals including 480p, 480i, 720p, 1080i.

*Audio amplifier, image shadowing management tools, precise white balance adjustment, and external RS-232C control interface. (RS-232 cable is optional)

*Price: $2935.00 (approximately).

About the company

Since its inception in 1987, ViewSonic has consistently grown and evolved its business, finding new ways to add more value for its customers. For the first ten years, the company primarily focused on selling CRT monitors to businesses. To make the customer's visual experience easier and more enjoyable ViewSonic expanded its product line to include LCD monitors, LCD TVs, projectors, plasma displays and peripherals, as well as advanced mobile and wireless products, such as tablet PCs and wireless displays. Today, the company offers comprehensive visual display solutions for business, education, consumer electronics and professional markets.

ViewSonic is committed to meeting and exceeding its customers' expectations in quality, value and innovation because the visual experience matters. The company remains the number-one monitor display company in the United States, has won more than 1,000 awards from independent global publications and has leveraged its display expertise to develop the first products in several new categories. The company's annual sales have risen from $4 million in 1987 to more than $1 billion in 2003.