Subject: Displays | August 24, 2007 - 02:50 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Sharp has been showing off a 52" LCD display that only weighs 60lb. You won't be able to learn much more about it on Sharp's webpage, but you can drool over the pictures on [H]ard|OCP.
Subject: Displays | August 13, 2007 - 05:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
22" screens sit at about the $300 price mark, and tend not to have some of the features you see on higher end LCDs, like response time compensation. This tends to mean that the published response rate tends to be much lower than what you will actually experience, even to the point of ghosting in games and action movies. X-bit Labs has done some homework on this size of monitor, and give a complete break down on seven TN matrix monitors and their various strengths and weaknesses.
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Subject: Displays | August 2, 2007 - 01:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The HP w2207 is a 22" monitor with a native 1680x1050 resolution and HDCP compatible DVI connections as well as VGA. AnandTech found that the extra money this monitor costs has been put into the construction of the frame and stand, which are well constructed, and offer a better range of angles than most cheaper 22" LCDs. Unfortunately, the review went downhill from there.
Subject: Displays | July 27, 2007 - 02:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Planar PX2611W offers an 26" alternative to the huge 30" widescreens for those with smaller desks, or pocketbooks. Benchmark Reviews found this 1920 x 1200 wide gamut monitor to be perfect for gaming. You can find out just how good it is by reading the full review.
Subject: Displays | June 27, 2007 - 03:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The V7 group has put out a very attractively priced 22" widescreen LCD, the D22W12. A 1680x1050 monitor with a 5ms response rate and a 700:1 contrast ratio, they certainly didn't skimp on the quality, and they even included integral speakers. Motherboards.org was so impressed, they gave it their Hot Product Award.
Subject: Displays | June 13, 2007 - 04:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Lounge has posted a review of a well featured 27" monitor from Dell, the UltraSharp 2707WFP. Fairly expensive when compared to it's smaller brother, the 2407WP, it offers the same resolution and 20% more screen real estate. It's back is packed with all the input connections you would expect as well as a four USB 2.0 ports. The HD quality and response times make this mo
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