The EW Series of monitors is MHL-connection ready, a key feature that ensures flawless streaming of digital content from any MHL-equipped Android smart devices. This feature allows users to browse websites, watch videos, review documents or play games on a bigger screen such as the 24-inch EW2440 and the 27-inch EW2740 without the need of computers or laptops.
"The growing usage of mobile smart devices and the expansion of content availability have fundamentally altered the way consumers are accessing digital content. MHL, as the next generation HD connection allows users to connect their smartphones to a wide range of mobile content from documents, photos to Full HD videos," said
"The new EW series MHL monitors cater to the changing consumer demands in today's content-rich world, particularly when it comes to the use of multiple screens and digital content sources. The newly incorporated MHL connectivity will bring ease and flexibility to mobile-to-monitor entertainment while our visual optimisation technologies bring consistently high-quality images across all digital content sources," he added.
The new EW series have a sophisticated minimalistic appeal with an ultra slim bezel along with an exclusively designed and patented smartphone holder and seamless IO port integration.
The Cinema mode is a new feature enabled by
Meanwhile, the EW series also features a flicker-free technology, adopting a unique de-flickering backlight circuit controller, making the new monitors free of ring backlight regardless of brightness levels, effectively relieving eye fatigue and headaches.
Users may also use different low blue light modes to reduce harmful blue light emission significantly and prevent macular degeneration, including the Multimedia Mode, Web Surfing Mode, Office Mode and Reading Mode - designed to stimulate comfortable reading experience.
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