Who says pretty can't be smart? This affordable 24-inch Smart Display offers form along with function. ViewSonic was first to the market with their Android based display in 2012 and their 2013 offering, the VSD241, is just a step away from a tablet PC.
Save for the fact that it has no physical storage capabilities, the VSD241 offers some low-level computing functionality: web-browsing, social networking and cloud computing. But, if needed, it can still function as an everyday display by connecting to your external devices.
For IT, the VSD241 is Citrix-certified and can be used as a thin client device to connect to remote applications and desktops -- such as XenApp and Xen Desktop -- using the Citrix Receiver app available from Google Play.
Complete with full Google GMS certification, this IPS panel features a NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.7 GHz processor and a quad-core ARM-based SoC (which runs the preloaded Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS). The VSD241 delivers full HD 1920x1080 resolution with Dual Point Optical Touch technology. Additional features include:
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- multi-touch support;
- integrated networking (RJ-45 Ethernet) and 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth;
- M pixel webcam;
- premium sound system, including integrated microphone;
- HDMI input, two full-size, one micro and one mini USB port(s) and an SD card reader.
Desktop Solutions Product Marketing Director, Erik Willey, says ViewSonic is "recognizing the changing way people compute... Now we're taking this innovation to the next level, giving our customers even better performance and larger screen options, along with the latest Android operating system. The result is the best possible desktop experience for Android stand-alone usage, cloud computing and remote desktop capabilities."
Now available for shipping, the VSD241's list price is $499 and a smaller 22-inch version will be available in December at $399. For more information, visit viewsonic.com.