Wednesday, November 17th 2010

Mitsubishi Intros VISEO 120 Hz Monitor with IPS Panel

Mitsubishi introduced the VISEO MDT231WG, one of the first 120 Hz monitors that make use of an IPS panel for better image quality. Further, it makes use of LED-backlit illumination for great viewing angles. This 23-inch panel provides full-HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 5.5 ms response time, 350 cd/m² maximum brightness, and contrast ratios of 900:1 CRO, 5,000:1 DCR.

Features are a plenty, there's a 2.1 speaker set with 2x 3W stereo and 5W sub-woofer, Mitsubishi MPIII and GIGA Clear II image engine that work to enhance image quality, and connectivity that includes D5 digital port, S-Video, component, D-SUB, DVI-D, analog audio in/out and digital optical. Set to release in Japan, it costs around ¥116,800 (around US $1,400).

Source: AkihabaraNews
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23 Comments on Mitsubishi Intros VISEO 120 Hz Monitor with IPS Panel

#1
Wile E
Power User
Well it's about damn time.

Let the market flood of 120hz IPS begin.
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#2
63jax
wooow, this is my kind of shit. expensive though...
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#4

We needs a 27" ASAP!!!!!!

by: Andrea deluxe
fake 120hz monitor...
How come fake?? Based on what? Your photo?? What is refresh rate got to do with switching time?? And besides, your camera should have been set with high ISO and fast recording mode...
#5
Bundy
by: Wile E
Well it's about damn time.

Let the market flood of 120hz IPS begin.
I think it must be years that you have predicted this day.
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#6
pr0n Inspector
"LED-backlit illumination for great viewing angles"


LOL WUT
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#8
buggalugs
Looks good hopefully we will see more of them.
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#9
63jax
no 3d

i am not excited about 3d, but the ips coupled with led, i am happy seeing that is becoming more popular over those pos tn matrixes. imo 3d is shit, how stupid can you look standing in front of your pc at home with those ridiculous glasses, and the image is fuzzy on top of all...
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#10
Mistral
One step closer to what I want my next monitor to be... :rockout:

xcept for the price....
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#11
Wagoo
by: 63jax
how stupid can you look standing in front of your pc at home with those ridiculous glasses, and the image is fuzzy on top of all...
Well, it's no worse than gaming in your underpants.
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#12
digibucc
by: 63jax
i am not excited about 3d, but the ips coupled with led, i am happy seeing that is becoming more popular over those pos tn matrixes. imo 3d is shit, how stupid can you look standing in front of your pc at home with those ridiculous glasses, and the image is fuzzy on top of all...
most gamers don't care what they look like WHILE they game.

that being said, i won't buy into 3d until it doesn't require glasses. my eyesight combined with that technology spells disaster.
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#13
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Why is 120Mhz refresh rate interesting on non-3D monitors btw?
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#14
Arrakis+9
by: Frick
Why is 120Mhz refresh rate interesting on non-3D monitors btw?
when gaming on 120hz you get the sharpness of a normal lcd with the quickness of a crt ie everything just seems fluid like theres no "lag" in the image you really do have to see it to know what im talking about
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#15
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: Arrakis+9
when gaming on 120hz you get the sharpness of a normal lcd with the quickness of a crt ie everything just seems fluid like theres no "lag" in the image you really do have to see it to know what im talking about
I think I can imagine.. Thanks. Would be nice to have, but moneys. :(
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#16
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Plus no ghosting. Drawing the lines faster so that the image is reproduced accurately.

I love this monitor but I wish they would have HDMI connections. 1400 is a bit expensive bit I so want one of these. Does display port carry the audio like HDMI?
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#17
buggalugs
Displayport does carry audio, this monitor has some wierd Japanese digital connection though. Hard to find info on it.
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#18
rob49152
if this was 24" and 16:10 I'd be ordering it now..

In my dream world if it was 27" 16:9 (2556x1440) I'd be ordering it even faster!!
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by: Andrea deluxe
http://www.e-trend.co.jp/pcaux/9/1552/product_293593.html


http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/news-data/2010/pdf/1116-a.pdf
I see. So it's INTERPOLATED refresh, just like on TV's to make the image fluid...
CRAP if you ask me...:banghead:

by: rob49152
In my dream world if it was 27" 16:9 (2556x1440) I'd be ordering it even faster!!
Trust me, that res is to big even for a 30" incher. I'm using one at work, and even with 125% DPI text, menus and icons are to small. That if you don't stay 10cm from your screen. And besides, gamming is possible only if you have a 400$+ video card...
#20
Wile E
Power User
by: TAViX
I see. So it's INTERPOLATED refresh, just like on TV's to make the image fluid...
CRAP if you ask me...:banghead:



Trust me, that res is to big even for a 30" incher. I'm using one at work, and even with 125% DPI text, menus and icons are to small. That if you don't stay 10cm from your screen. And besides, gamming is possible only if you have a 400$+ video card...
2560x1600 27" looks just fine to me. I can see and read everything just fine.

You are right about needing a good gfx card to game on them tho.
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#21

I prefer staying at least half of meter from a big monitor...that if you value your eyes that is.... ;)
#22
Wile E
Power User
That is how far away I sit.

And a side note: Being too close to a monitor does not ruin your eyes. That's an old wives' tale.
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#23
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: Wile E
That is how far away I sit.

And a side note: Being too close to a monitor does not ruin your eyes. That's an old wives' tale.
it may not "ruin" them, but it if you sit to close over several years you warp the lens in each eye making you more near sighted than even sighted.
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