While it doesn't quite hit the same levels as NEC's 26-inch MultiSync monitor, the company's new 24-inch LCD2470WVX model looks like it should still satisfy quite a few graphics pros all the same. As you'd expect, this one boasts a 1920 x 1200 resolution, along with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, a 5 ms response time, and a 400cd/m2 brightness rating. Also, as with some other NEC displays, this one boasts the company's trademark Ambix dual analog and digital input technology, as well as its NaViSet software, which'll let you tweak the monitor's settings without having to actually reach out and touch it. You can also apparently expect good off-axis viewing, and minimum clutter, thanks to the monitor's cable management system. No word on price just yet, but NEC says it'll be "affordable."

Hands-on with the Ford Sync infotainment platform