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Subject: Displays | May 28, 2007 - 02:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
XYZ Computers pick up the 'elegantly styled' Viewsonic VX2235WM 22" LCD. With 5ms response and a maximum resolution of 1680x1050 it has the stats for a good gaming monitor, and the included speaker will help those missing a good sound system. However they found the layout of the screen to be a bit odd, almost bottom heavy, and there were some problems with a sticker.
Subject: Displays | May 17, 2007 - 02:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
At first glance, a 19" widescreen LCD with 8ms response time, 285 mm pixel pitch and 1440 x 900 max resolution for $170 sounds like a great deal. Investigating a bit deeper, you start to notice things like a total lack of a native resolution, a base without a height adjustment and poor built in speakers. Big Bruin was impressed overall, the image quality was very good for an LCD without a DVI input and the price really can't be beat.
Subject: Displays | May 7, 2007 - 05:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Viewsonic VX2435wm is under examination at 3dGameMan. As the name hints it is a 24" widescreen LCD, with a resolution of 1920x1200 and 8ms gtg and HDCP support for HDMI and DVI. They found the text to be perfectly sharp but had some problems with the brightness being too high, which is a good thing for some viewers. Unfortunately, the size slows down the response rate to the point where ghosting is
Subject: Displays | April 24, 2007 - 01:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Viewsonic's 22" Widescreen LCD display and it's integral Viewdock, 2.1 speakers card reader and USB hub are under investigation at Tweaknews. The Viewdock is a dock for an iPod, allowing you to charge your iPod as well as listen to the music on it. Read on to find out if they forgot to focus on a good display while adding on all the additional features.
Subject: Displays | April 16, 2007 - 05:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
X-bit Labs reviews Samsung's SyncMaster 275T and 305T, as well as Dell's 3007WFP. All three monitors cost more that $1000, so before you invest that kind of money, you want to make sure you get the best.
Subject: Displays | April 3, 2007 - 07:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ViewSonic VX2235wm 22-inch HD Widescreen LCD offers DVI, VGA, and audio connections, with cable management on it's back. The controls are hidden on the base, which trims up the look of the casing around the monitor, but also means the base is fixed. Get a better look at this monitor at Think Computers.
Subject: Displays | March 29, 2007 - 02:46 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Buying a TFT LCD (thin film transistor liquid crystal display) will introduce you to a whole set of acronyms you may have never encountered before. PureOverclock hopes to display their knowledge by monitoring the trends and giving you the chance to view their findings. Read on to find out what Twisted Nematic + Film, Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment, Patterned Vertical Alignment and In Plane Switching mean to you, and which is better at what you want from a monitor.
Subject: Displays | March 16, 2007 - 01:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Samsung SyncMaster XL20 undergoes the scrutiny of The Tech Zone, as they find out how well LED technology works as a light source in an LCD monitor. With much better colour reproduction than is found in most monitors and good brightness, this is less an expensive gaming LCD and more a cheap way to get a professional quality monitor. It even comes with a hood to let you work w
Subject: Displays | February 27, 2007 - 02:55 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The HP LP 3065 is a 30 inch monitor that sports a resolution of 2560x1600, or a 16:10 ratio, so it is about 27" wide and 17" tall. This display passes every test with flying colours, there is no distortion of any type to be found. HotHardware has the full review of this gigantic monitor, which could easily pass as a HDTV.
Subject: Displays | February 19, 2007 - 06:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The days of the 15 pin VGA connector are numbered. DVI is the choice of many users of LCD screens, HDMI is becoming less rare and UDI and DisplayPort are getting ready to make an appearance. If you don't want to end up buying the perfect monitor, and have it be incompatible with your perfect video card, give this article at ExtremeTech a thorough read.
Subject: Displays | February 6, 2007 - 06:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
When you are buying an LCD monitor for gaming, response time and contrast ratio rule, because not too many are terribly worried about 100% accurate colour representation. When doing graphic design, the exact opposite is true. In some applications, in order to get a realistic looking model, you need to use a palette of colours that differ in only the most minute way and if you can't see the difference in shades you cannot do it.
Subject: Displays | January 26, 2007 - 01:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Arguments about whether a progressive 720 or an interleaved 1080 is the better HD standard are kind of moot with the appearance of 1080p, but the argument about whether investing a lot of money in an HD system right now are still going strong. With this new display type, if you are really utilizing it, you have a resolution above 1920*1200 or higher, which translates to about 1MB per second if you are trying to stream it. TweakTown looks at what this tech can do
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.
Subject: Displays | December 21, 2006 - 01:21 AM | Ryan Shrout
So why does this new model of the Dell 30" monitor deserve a review seperate from the original?
Though we still feel Dell could have offered a few more connectivity options, as well and a bit more range of motion with its stand, it's safe to say that this gorgeous new 30" panel lives up to the rather lofty goal of refinement of the already impressive standard 3007WFP. The UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC is what
Subject: Displays | November 20, 2006 - 02:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With a 16:9 ratio and a resolution of 1280x720, the InFocus Play Big IN76 DLP projector offers big HD at a good price. The Tech Lounge had the screen set to 130" during their testing, and had no image quality problems at all. The drawback to projectors are the bulbs, which do blow from time to time, and this projector is no different, it's replacements will set you back $400.
Subject: Displays | October 26, 2006 - 02:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
MODTHEBOX reviews an economical display from Samsung, the SyncMaster 225BW TFT-LCD. With a maximum
resolution of 1680 x 1050 and pixel pitch of 0.282 mm plus a contrast
ratio of 700:1 this mid range monitor offers a good deal. Drop by for more info.
"I had good results with the 225BW using every day applications for web development, web surfing, e-mail and word processing.
Subject: Displays | October 20, 2006 - 06:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
... which is something you are likely to develop watching the Optoma Bigvizion HDBV3100. Digital Trends reviews this expensive wall mounted DLP TV. This display is compatible with just about every format on the planet, including 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720i, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and as far as inputs go, it has VGA, S-Video, Composite, 3 HDMI inputs, HDMI to and from receiver, HDMI to display, Component YPbPrand a lot more.
"A 100-inch TV is not for everybody.
Subject: Displays | October 3, 2006 - 05:52 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Viewsonic's VP2330wb is a monitor, plain and simple. No HDTV connectors, no S-Video, no speakers, just a well designed 23" TFT type LCD. It boasts an 8ms grey to grey response time, 250-nit brightness, 800:1 contrast ratio and .258mm dot pitch, which DriverHeaven has found to be accurate, and not just a boast. Read more about it in their full review.
Subject: Displays | September 21, 2006 - 11:56 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With an 16ms grey to grey response time, the Samsung 244T might not seem like the best monitor for gaming and action movies, but at 24 inches viewable it deserves a little slack. Bona Fire Reviews can show you a lot more about it, including a good idea how big it is, by measuring the screen in CDs.
"Last month we had the chance to review one of Samsung's largest LCD display's with their 24" 244T monitor. The 244T was a very good
performer and quite enjoyable to review.