NSW, Sydney – April 9, 2015 –ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution production, now upgrades its warranty service for all VP and VG series LCD products, anticipating to provide better user experience specifically for customers in Australia. The special upgrade offer is available from January 2015. Any ViewSonic VP and VG series products purchased in Australia after January 1st 2015 will enjoy automatic warranty upgrade up to 4 years. Choose ViewSonic VP and VG models, and receive 4-year warranty upgrade now!
“ViewSonic strives to create the best visual experience to our customers in Australia,” said Jack Chen, General Manager of ViewSonic International Corporation. “As an expression of our gratitude and dedication, we now offer the 4-year warranty service to our most valuable customers and partners.”
The frequent commercial usage of traditional monitors in the past has augmented to a high cost for users. ViewSonic VG series, being the prime solution for businesses and classrooms, offers the proprietary Eco-mode function that not only adjusts display brightness and improves visibility, but also conserves up to 50% of energy, saving an abundant amount of money. Equipped with an industry-leading ergonomic design, it features an adjustable monitor base capable of suiting any working environment, helping to reduce fatigue and enhance work efficiency. In addition, the embedded USB ports or the new generation DisplayPort/ Mini DisplayPort also allow flexible connection to PC systems, laptops and other multimedia peripheral devices, presenting the perfect utility for government institutions, educational organizations, and large corporations.
Designed specifically to meet the high colour standards of photographers, graphic designers, video editors, print departments and other design professionals, ViewSonic VP series provides superior user experience with the ultimate image and colour performance. With the capability to accurately display 99% of the rich colours in the Adobe RGB colour space, ViewSonic VP series makes sure all the graphic design work is displayed with the fullest colour and details during presentations, at exhibitions, in work spaces or at the office. In addition, ViewSonic installs the individual specific colour calibration into production process. Before delivering, each ViewSonic VP monitor is manually and delicately pre-tuned at the factory production line by professional staff, and packed with the unique and detailed Color Calibration Factory Report, proving all the claimed standards are met, such as Delta E value, Gamma or Gray-Scale tracking. Furthermore, the ergonomic design of ViewSonic VP series which includes tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustments, offers customers a comfortable and efficient working environment.
For more information about ViewSonic LCD displays, please visit www.viewsonic.com.au, or follow ViewSonic on Facebook.
About ViewSonic Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leading visual solutions provider. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a portfolio of professional level visual solutions that enhance the way we compute, collaborate, communicate and connect. Our products include LED monitors, interactive commercial displays, touch displays, projectors, thin client, zero client and smart displays. To find out more about ViewSonic, visit viewsonic.com.
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