Look at all the pretty colours
Subject: Displays | January 10, 2007 - 02:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ExtremeTech has posted a review of the HP LP3065, a nice 30" widescreen display. It boasts a lot of unique features, but runs about the same price as a pair of 24" displays, so you may want to think carefully before you run out to buy it.
"Now Hewlett-Packard is stepping into the fray, offering its own spin on the ultra-high, ultra-large desktop display. Like the
competition, the new HP LP3065 display offers a native resolution of 2560x1600 pixels. Also like those other displays, the
LP3065 lacks a built-in video processor. Color, gamma, and other settings need to be set through the video card. The only
control built into the unit is a brightness control.
However, the HP unit does offer something unique: three dual-link DVI inputs, each capable of supporting HDCP. The new monitor
also offers a wider color gamut, rated at 92% of NTSC (most LCDs are typically around 70-80% of the NTSC color gamut.) And HP
manages to do this while still using fluorescent backlighting, rather than something exotic, like LED backlighting. "
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Sony Bravia KLV-46X200A 46-inch LCD TV
(1080p) @ Hardware Zone
- Mitsubishi WD-57831 Review @ Digital Trends
SyncMaster 225BW 22" Widescreen LCD @ TheTechLounge
- Gateway FPD2485W 24-inch Flat Panel
Display @ ExtremeTech