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Packard Bell Monitors

Packard Bell is a Dutch based computer manufacturer and is a leading brand in European and Asian markets. A Packard Bell monitor comes with a variety of input types: HDMI Standard, DVI-D or VGA D-Sub. Their monitor range goes from 19 to 27 inches and widescreen options are available. Packard Bell make monitors for all specifications and these are regarded as sturdy and reliable products. Their main product lines include the Maestro and the Viseo.

Regarding screen brightness, the majority of Packard Bell monitors use a TN panel rather than an IPS one. Viewing angles are good for office use when the monitor is used for everyday purposes with the user sitting directly in front.

Packard Bell monitors have increased in number and range since Acer took over and there are higher end LCD options available in HD. For example, the Packard Bell Viseo 233Dbd Full HD 23 LED monitor has a glossy black finish and a minimalist look, which appeals to those who want design as well as functionality. The bezel is small and setting up the monitor is very straightforward. The screen is very bright and is in line with industry standards. The contrast ratio of the screen offers a good colour range. Of course all these settings can be altered manually.

Another example is the Packard Bell FT500 monitor, regarded as being reliable and with a good picture quality, to the point where it can easily be used for gaming. The colour menu controls are very easy to use so, if necessary, adjusting the brightness and colour is straightforward.

Some Packard Bell monitors even come complete with in-built speakers adding an extra level of versatility.

Packard Bell monitors are available for a wide range of requirements. The specialists can use them for gaming, graphic design and general office use. Many products are offered with tiltable and wall mountable screens and in a range of sizes. Resolutions vary according to need and the company has made great steps to ensure its monitors are as energy efficient and ecologically sound as possible.

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