Fujitsu Siemens Computers is revamping its monitor range, with plans to launch six LCD displays. The company is to target the monitors across the market - ranging from an entry-level 15-inch display to a 18-inch 'swivel' monitor aimed at design professionals. The company says the range will sport an 'auto adjust' feature that ensures they automatically adjust to every new viewing mode in order to deliver optimum picture quality. The feature will eliminate the need for users to activate this function through an on-screen menu, the company said in a statement. Two entry-level monitors debut - the C381FA and the C382FA - and are aimed at office users and small studios. An 'ergonomic' monitor (the 3814FA) - which includes a height-adjustable tilt-and-swivel base and dimmable backlight - and a 15-inch multimedia monitor (X152f) that includes speakers. Prices have yet to be revealed. Two high-end monitors debut, with a 17-inch monitor (the 4311FA) that allows two PCs to connect to it at the same time, and an 18-inch monitor (4611FA) that includes a DVI (digital video in) connector.
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