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AOC’s latest design triumph - the Angelo 2434Pw receives international recognition

  • 15 June, 2009 12:00

<p><em>Shipping into Australia on the back of winning the prestigious Red Dot Award
for product design</em><br/>
<strong>Sydney, Australia – 15 June 2009</strong> – AOC’s latest
innovation, the Angelo 23.6” TFT monitor has morphed the latest technology
all within a stunning new design. Featuring 150 degree viewing capabilities, the
simplicity of this new product makes it AOC’s best designed product yet.
Undoubtedly the international design community agrees, having won a Red Dot award
for product design 2008 and now available in Australia for 2009.<br/>
<strong>Sleek design lines without cable clutter</strong><br/>
The Angelo 2434Pw has been designed for both the professional and home users to
enjoy. A stand out feature of this product is the pale rear angel like wings that
form the back-cover of the monitor, making it almost a sin to cover. The sleek
aluminium oval stand also accentuates the Angelo 2434Pw’s stylish form,
ensuring the monitor will be the centrepiece of any executive desk or the home
office environment. In addition, two cable covers hide those unsightly cables
giving it that much cleaner look.<br/>
<strong>Designed for comfort and ease of use</strong><br/>
Its unique and purposeful aluminium support pole provides a simple cord cover
removing unsightly cords, whilst simultaneously acting as a slide for the monitor
to move up and down within an 80mm range. The Angelo 2434Pw’s screen swivels
sideways up to 175 degrees and can be tilt backwards up to 20 degrees to find
the optimum comfort and viewing angle.<br/>
<strong>Uncompromised visual quality</strong><br/>
The 2434Pw is equipped with a super high dynamic contrast ratio at 60000:1, an
analogue and HDMI connection and two integrated 2.5W speakers. With ‘Full
High Definition’ functionality and the 2ms ultra fast response time which
ensures zero blurring, the Angelo 2434Pw is the best AOC has to offer. For controls,
the new touch sensor enables users to highlight function keys when user’s
finger moves close to the button within 5mm!<br/>
<strong>Features Summary</strong>: <br/>
• 1920 x 1080 maximum resolution <br/>
• 23.6” Widescreen<br/>
• Response Time: 2ms (GTG)<br/>
• High Brightness 300cd/m²<br/>
• Dynamic Contrast Ratio 60000:1<br/>
• HDMI and Analogue inputs<br/>
• HDCP Compatible<br/>
• Built-in Speakers<br/>
• Height Adjust 80mm<br/>
<strong>Product and Pricing Summary</strong><br/>
Vendor: AOC<br/>
Model: Angelo 2434Pw<br/>
RRP : AUS $399<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a><br/>
Australian Distributors: Compucon and TodayTech<br/>
Availability: Now<br/>
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>Media contact:</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a></p>

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