Is a generic brand LCD worth the investment?
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.
"Overall I am extremely impressed with the performance of the A190A2-T08 19" TFT LCD Widescreen Monitor and really only
have two rather small things to complain about. The first complaint is the poor quality of the built in stereo speakers
and the second complaint is with the lack of an adjustable support stand/base."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
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AQUOS LC-52D62U 52" 1080P HDTV Review @ Benchmark Reviews
- Dell W3707C 37 inch LCD HDTV @ I4U