Indian computer hardware and consumer electronics company Techom has launched its first-ever LED monitor in the market at an economical price of Rs. 3,900.
The Techcom SSD LED 1506 monitor comes in 15.6-inch widescreen format with LED backlighting. It has a response time of 5ms which ensures that you get smooth picture transition in fast action scenes without any burn-ins.
The SSD LED 1506 comes with a contrast ratio of 800:1 and renders a display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Its LED technology cascades millions of LEDs (Light emitting diodes) together to produce brilliant quality pictures.
The entry-level monitor from the homegrown manufacturer has a brightness of 350 cd/sq. The monitor’s power consumption is 30w. Also see: Lenovo 3D gaming monitor
The Techcom monitor is stylishly designed and has a glossy Piano finish. At just 12mm thick, the slim and sleek LED monitor not only looks good even in a living room, but saves on space also. The SSD LED 1506 monitor has user-friendly control buttons for an easy interface.
The control buttons include Power On/Off, OSD Menu and +/- adjustment. The On View controls include Contrast, Brightness, Auto Adjust, Clock, Phase, H-position and V-position. Suggested read:Acer 3D HDMI monitor
You get a power adaptor with the monitor. The warranty period of both the monitor and the power adaptor is of three years.
LG also launched its LED-backlit monitors in India recently, but they are priced at a much higher range than Techcom SSD LED 1506. LG E60 comes in 3 variants – 20-inch, 22-inch and 23-inch priced at Rs. 9940, Rs. 12,200 and Rs. 13,000 respectively. LG E90 is a 21.5-inch monitor that carries a price tag of Rs. 16,900.
With LED backlighting, the E60 monitors deliver a bright and clear picture, while the mega contrast ratio makes it possible to see the monitor’s full HD picture clearly from a wide range of positions.
The E90 comes in 16:9 cinema aspect ratio with a native full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The 21.5-inch slim monitor is packed with LG’s Image Booster software that enhances the quality of streaming content from various video sites.
Both new monitors by LG are eco-friendly with reduced use of hazardous materials such as halogen or mercury. LG E60 and LG E90 also reduce energy consumption as much as up to 40 percent to 45 percent less than conventional CCFL-backlit LCD monitors.