Gateway doesn’t the same kind of cachet names like Dell or Apple do when it comes to the arena of computer displays, but that just means they have to try harder. Fortunately for consumers, that means some beautiful new monitors with an inspired aesthetic.
Similar to the striking new all-in-one that Lenovo first showed off at CES, the new Gateway FHD2303L comes with an off-center mount that puts the weight of the display on its lower-right corner. The asymmetry continues with an attractive silver strip flowing across the front of the stand.
The other models introduced are, perhaps, more conservatively styled, but no less of a bargain. The 23-inch FHD2303L is partered with a 21.5-inch FHX2152L and 24-inch FHX2402L. All three models share similar video specs, however, offering up 1920×1080 pixels of resolution, which means that all three have a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Gateway’s new 1080p displays also offer the slightly pointless dynamic contrast claim of 12 million to 1, 250 nits of brightness and VGA and DVI inputs. The sexy FHD2303L has a 5ms refresh rate, while the other two have 2ms times. Together, they’ll be available for $250, $190 and $250 respectively, later this month.