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AOC’s releases the 36 Series low power consumption LCD monitor.

  • 17 July, 2009 12:30

<p><em>Aimed at budget driven and environmentally conscious corporate and home users.</em><br/>
<br/> <strong>Sydney, Australia</strong> – <strong>July 17, 2009 </strong>–
AOC’s latest release, 36 series LCD monitor boasts extremely low power consumption
of up to 50% of the energy used in a typical LCD monitor. Combined with great
value positions the 36 series monitor as the top priority must buy list for budget
conscious users who also want to reduce energy consumption in computing. Winning
the EPEAT Gold Award, the 36 series have achieved the highest standard of ‘Green’
<strong>36 Series Energy Savings</strong><br/>
In power saving mode the monitor uses only 50% of the power compared to normal
operation, without affecting the image quality. This is complemented by AOC's
market-leading i-Bright technology which reduces backlight CCFL for lower power
consumption and reduced mercury levels.<br/>
<strong>36 Series Design</strong><br/>
Taking cues from AOC’s latest designs, the 36 Series is a visually striking
new featuring the signature glossy piano black finish with sea shell texture finished
off with touch sensitive control keys. The AOC 936Sw offers premium picture quality
for graphics-intensive applications. It comes with 30000:1(DCR) contrast ratio,
which delivers exceptional image clarity, and 160-degree viewing angle to provide
increased visibility from side viewpoints. To make the monitor more convenient
to users, the 36 series has includes USB port for ease of access to of pheriperal
<strong>35 Series Key Features</strong><br/>
<strong>Power Off Timer</strong><br/>
When tuning to Power Saving mode in 09 OSD menu, the monitor will only use 50%
power compared to the normal condition, without affecting users.<br/>
<strong>Improved Depth (DCR 60000:1):</strong><br/>
2236Vw and 2436Vw come with 60000:1 Ultra-high Dynamic Contrast Ratio (DCR) gives
the finest details at a ratio of 60000:1, allowing the user to see the darker
areas of the content with greater depth (936Sw 30000:1).<br/>
<strong>USB 2.0 Hub:</strong><br/>
With a USB connector provides an alternative gateway to connect and access storage
devices such as USB flash, hard disks and cameras.<br/>
<strong>16: 9 Widescreen, True Full Screen HD:</strong><br/>
View full screen HD movie without distortion or black bars.<br/>
<strong>Image Ratio Control:</strong><br/>
With an input format of 4:3, switching display formats from 4:3 to 16:9 matches
the input format and prevents the distortion of images. There is also a convenient
hotkey for easy adjustment.<br/>
<strong>Eco Mode:</strong><br/>
It consists of 6 display settings of text, Internet, games, movies, sport &amp;
power saving mode, and caters to different viewing situations.<br/>
<strong>Product and Pricing Summary</strong><br/>
Vendor: AOC<br/>
Model: 36 Series<br/>
RRP : 18.5” 936Sw: A$199<br/>
21.5” 2236Vw: A$269<br/>
23.5” 2436Vw : A$319<br/>
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Australian Distributors: Compucon and TodayTech<br/>
New Zealand Distributors: Ingram Micro NZ, Altech NZ<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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