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AOC once again revolutionises display design with the release of the F19 and F22 LCD monitors

  • 12 May, 2009 12:00

<p><em>The FOVI series, epitomises bleeding edge modern design and value, with
true HD widescreen</em><strong><br/>
Sydney Australia - May 12 2009</strong> - AOC, the brand owned by the world's
largest display manufacturer, unveils the F19 and F22 LCD monitor series, a
stunning new monitor design that will seamlessly blend into any modern living
environment. With it's gloss piano black front, and a sculptured back casing,
AOC continues to challenge monitor design combining a photo frame inspirations
into a large 18.5 inch (F19) and 21.5 inch (F22) display sizes. Perfect for
the busy, design conscious office or SOHO environment, the FOVI series monitor
is sure to impress<br/>
<strong>Design and practicality</strong><br/>
With design cues taken from a photo frame, the AOC F19 and F22 series features
uninterrupted lines finished piano black gloss. The encased rear boasts designs
never seen before finished in pearl white for the F22 contrasts stunningly to
the pearl white rear encasing while the F19 boasts solid black encasing. AOC's
patent-pending single-post stand provides angle adjustment without a conventional
base, contributing to an ultra-stylish and lightweight appearance. It is sure
to satisfy even the fussiest home stylist, fashion designer or style trend setter,
within an affordable budget. AOC’s patented Twist &amp; Tilt stand completes
the designers dream. It is ergonomic and simple. Users can spin the tail to
lengthen or shorten the stand to customise to their own specification. AOC has
considered and met all design options.<br/>
<strong>HD at your fingertips</strong><br/>
The AOC F19 and F22 series 16.9 inch widescreen display enables true full screen
HD, removing distortion or annoying black bars that are common in lower quality
screens. Placing control back into the hands of the viewer, AOC has also redesigned
the Navi ring and multi colour menus, creating a new graphically appealing on-screen
menu display (OSD) combined with a more user-friendly interface. The menu now
displays clear colour icons giving the viewer ultimate power to navigate between
the various display functions.<br/>
<strong>Colour is everything</strong><br/>
Live life in colour, now the AOC FOVI series F19, F22 Super High Dynamic Contrast
Ratio (DCR) technology allows viewers to enjoy the ultimate home entertainment
experience increasing the contrast between black and white over 30000:1. The
AOC FOVI series F19, F22 DCB, Dynamic colour boost technology provides users
with 5 colour enhancement settings: 1. Full enhance 2. Natural skin 3. Green
field 4. Sky blue 5. Auto detect designed to literally inject vivid colour enhancements
into the movie, DVD, TV show or game of choice.<br/>
<strong>Environmental winner</strong><br/>
AOC understands how important it is to become more aware about the environment,
how to conserve energy and minimise waste. In understanding<br/>
this, the AOC F19 and F22 series was designed to meet today’s demand for
greener and more environmentally friendly products. The eco mode function allows
for 5 display settings:1. Text 2. Internet 3. Game 4.Movie 5. Sport, to meet
the users different viewing conditions. The FOVI series, has also recently been
awarded the EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) Silver
<strong>Summary of Features:</strong><br/>
- Elegant photo frame monitor design<br/>
- Navi ring and multi colour menus, new user friendly design<br/>
- Super-High Dynamic Contrast Ratio (DCR), increases the contrast between black
and white over 30000:1 (F22 model)<br/>
- Innovative tilt structure, AOC’s patented Twist &amp; Tilt stand is
ergonomic and simple<br/>
- 16:9 widescreen, true full screen HD, view full screen HD media without distortion
or black bars<br/>
- Green monitor, the FOVI series has received the EPEAT (Electronic Product
Environmental Assessment Tool) Silver Award<br/>
- Dynamic colour booster, 5 colour enhancement settings<br/>
- Picture Boost, enable user to high-light a window anywhere as desires and
can adjust color in the highlighted zone<br/>
- HDCP ready, watch digital content legally and display high definition image
without distortion (F22 model)<br/>
- Eco mode, 5 display settings (Text, Internet, Game, Movie, &amp; Sport)<br/>
- FRC 8-bit Panel, can display 0.5 million more colours than the typical TN
6-bit panel<br/>
- Windows Vista certification</p>
<p><strong>Product and Pricing Summary</strong><br/>
Vendor: AOC<br/>
Model: F19 and F22 LCD monitors<br/>
RRP for F19: AUS$209<br/>
RRP for F22: AUS $259<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a><br/>
Australian Distributors: Compucon and TodayTech<br/>
Availability: Now<br/>
<strong>About AOC</strong><br/>
AOC is owned by the world’s largest display manufacturer TPV Technology
Limited (TPV). TPV sold over 47.6 million units computer monitors in 2008, which
represents 28.5% global market share of computer monitors. With dedicated research
and development, AOC today offers a wide range of top performing monitors and
displays. In 2008 alone, AOC shipped 8.4 million units of PC monitor and TV
products, representing an annual growth of 20.8%. AOC achieved impressive sales
performance in Asia Pacific &amp; South America. AOC market share increased
2.1% from 12.2% in Y2007 to 14.3% in Y2008, which IDC AP ranked AOC second in
volume in Asia Pacific (ex. Japan) (Source: IDC AP non-bundled PC Monitor Tracker
Q4 2008).<br/>
<strong>PR CONTACT</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
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