Sharp launches new space-saving desktop monitors
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), had announced three new space-saving desktop monitors for the modern, compact workplace: the 22″ Class (21.5″ diagonal) LL-B220, 24″ Class (23.8″ diagonal) LL-B240 and 27″ Class (27″ diagonal) LL-B270.
“As we transition from fixed offices to shared workspaces, users will need more space and flexibility, particularly with how they use their desktop monitors,” said Gary Bailer, Director of Product Planning and Marketing for Pro AV Products at Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “With an ultra-thin profile and elegant design, Sharp’s new desktop displays are designed with these changes in mind and will be an integral part of the workplace of the future.”
With a two-millimeter bezel width, these new desktop displays are much slimmer than typical office wide-format monitors and are designed to free up employee desk space to enhance productivity. The monitors also support full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) to render small text and fine lines precisely.
A wide-viewing angle of 178 degrees allows users to see high-quality images with minimal alternations to color and brightness, and look consistent across the whole screen even when viewing from the side. Users can also manually adjust blue light output to one of four levels to find the most comfortable light level for their eyes.
The LL-B240 and LL-B270 are available to ship immediately. Additionally, the LL-B220 display is slated to become available to ship in February 2019.