Even more monitors
Subject: Displays | September 10, 2007 - 11:40 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
X-Bit Labs is on a roll. In their latst batch of monitor reviews, number 4 in a long series, they compare 20" 13 LCD monitors, covering widescreen and regular sized, cheap entry level and the more expensive side. You can see just how important Response Time Compensation is, and differences between VA, TN, S-IPS and the other matrices that LCDs are built with now.
"With this article I’m willing to introduce to you a few new models of 20" LCD monitors from different brands.
You’ll find here monitors for work and for the home, affordable and not quite, with new widescreen matrixes as well
as with the classic aspect ratio of 4:3. We will talk about 13 solutions from Asus, BenQ, Dell, HP, LG, NEC,
Philips, Samsung and Viewsonic."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Samsung SyncMaster 2232GW
22inch Widescreen LCD Monitor Review @ Tweaknews
- HP w2207 22"
Widescreen Monitor @ HotHardware
- Big, Cheap ViewSonic
Monitor Acts Like an HDTV @ ExtremeTech
- Samsung SyncMaster 940UX
19-inch LCD Monitor Review @ ThinkComputers