ViewSonic Teams up with Hatsune Miku for a Monitor

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May 14, 2021

ViewSonic is teaming up with Hatsune Miku to bring this limited edition VA2456-MIKU. The monitor will feature the iconic colors of the popular Vocaloid and is a special model that focuses every corner of the exterior, body, and internal screen on Hatsune Miku with excellent hardware performance. This comes along with an amazing box art and monitor cover illustrated by Fukahire. Hatsune Miku is a Vocaloid software voicebank developed by Crypton Future Media.

 

The ViewSonic VA2456-MIKU is a 24” Full HD borderless monitor collaboration with Hatsune Miku. The monitor adopts Hatsune Miku’s unique turquoise color and comes with a logo on the stand as well as on the back of the monitor. Hatsune Miku’s startup image welcomes you when you turn on the monitor with a built-in, custom startup image. With SuperClear IPS technology and Full HD resolution, images are clear and detailed from a wide range of viewing angles. The monitor’s extensive connectivity options include HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA allowing increased setup flexibility when connecting to other devices.

Dual integrated speakers make this monitor a complete multimedia package. It also comes equipped with Flicker-Free and Blue light eye care technology to help eliminate eye strain from extended viewing periods. ViewSonic’s exclusive ViewMode function offers a selection of intuitive presets to deliver optimized screen performance for various applications.

In addition, the monitor’s packaging and dust cover are beautifully designed with Hatsune Miku at center stage – making this monitor a true collectible inside out.

The VA2456-MIKU will be available for only P10,499.

Pre-order now until May 21st and you will get FREE Hatsune Miku-inspired Keycaps! Exclusively for pre-orders only.

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