New Digma monitors: clear picture and easy display adjustment
The Digma brand has replenished the catalog of branded monitors with two new models – DM-MONB2408 and DM-MONB2708. The novelties are focused on performing various everyday tasks – from text editing and web surfing to working with applications that require image clarity.
The 24-inch Digma DM-MONB2408 IPS display has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and a maximum brightness of 250 cd/m2. Model DM-MONB2708, in turn, received a 27-inch panel (2560×1440 pixels, up to 350 cd/m2). Both new items have acquired a matte anti-reflective coating. Claimed 5ms response time, 75Hz refresh rate, Low Blue Light filter to reduce blue light, and support for AMD FreeSync technology.
Among other features of the monitors, the manufacturer notes thin frames and stable stands with the ability to adjust the rotation, height, tilt angle and screen orientation. A VESA 100×100 mount is also provided for placing the monitor on a wall or bracket. The set of new interfaces includes HDMI connectors, Display Port, 2 x USB 2.0 Type-A and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Both novelties have already gone on sale in Russia.