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|Display size (diagonal)||21.5"|
|Native resolution||FHD (1920 x 1080)1|
|Pixel pitch||0.0831 mm x 0.241 mm|
|Pixels per inch (ppi)||105 ppi|
|Display contrast ratio (dynamic)||8000000:1|
|Height adjustment range||No height adjust|
|Horizontal viewing angle||178Â°|
|Vertical viewing angle||178Â°|
|Response time (typical)||7ms GtG (with overdrive)|
|Tilt||-5 to +20Â°|
Low blue light mode
|Panel bit depth||8 bit (6 bit + 2 FRC)|
|Low blue light||Yes|
|VESA mounting||100 mm x 100 mm|
|Integrated privacy filter||No|
|Physical security||Security lock-ready|
|HDMI||1 HDMI 1.4|
|Camera||No integrated camera|
|Minimum dimensions (W x D x H)||50.43 x 4.4 x 30.02 cm3|
|Dimensions With Stand (W x D x H)||50.43 x 18.1 x 36.71 cm|
|Power consumption||20 W (maximum), 18.5 W (typical), 0.5 W (standby)|
|Operating temperature range||5 to 35Â°C|
|Operating humidity range||20 to 80% non-condensing|
ENERGY STARÂ® certified
CEL Grade 1
|What's in the box||
AC power cord
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year parts and labour limited warranty.|
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