ViewSonic introduced its new thin and zero client displays, apart from touch and Ultra HD displays, at CES 2014.
ViewSonic revealed its new 10-point projected capacitive touch display at CES, dubbed TD2430ml, which supports both Linux and Windows operating systems. The 24-inch display is protected by a durable scratch-resistant screen and can be used for commercial environments.
As a follow-up to the company’s launch of 4K technology last year at CES, ViewSonic launched displays with ultra-high definition resolution. The VX2880ml by ViewSonic offers Ultra HD 4K2K resolution to computer desktops as it features a 3240 x 2160 resolution, 50M:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio paired with an ultra-fast 2ms response time for a better and quick visual performance. Connectivity options include a Display Port, MHL (HDMI), DVI and VGA.
The VX2876iml, a next-generation desktop display by ViewSonic, features the Miracast technology, offering wireless connectivity with Miracast-enabled devices. The display also has a support for Android 4.2 or Windows 8.1 operating systems. The display will enable the users to stream content from their mobile devices directly to the VX2876iml wirelessly. Additionally, the VX2876iml includes wired MHL connectivity option for mobile devices for smooth mirroring.
The VX2363Sml-W is another new 23-inch display by ViewSonic featuring a white frameless design, SuperClear IPS panel technology for a better performance, and an MHL port for flexible connectivity to MHL-enabled mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets.
ViewSonic’s Zero Client SC-Z56 supports advanced 2D and 3D applications and can support up to four simultaneous full-HD displays. Focussed on offering a high virtual desktop experience, the Zero Client is ideal for high-end workstations, investment traders or any other users who require the support for multiple displays.
The thin client displays – SD-T225 and SD-T245 are optimised for all the major networking protocols, which includes Microsoft RDP with RemoteFX, Citrix ICA/HDX, and PCoIP for VMware. The built-in 22-inch and 24-inch LED screens consumes below 26 or 30 watts of power respectively for a smaller Eco footprint. Both provide four side-mounted USB ports and a DVI output for supporting a dual-monitor desktop.