Wednesday, November 24th 2010

Mitsubishi Intros 27-inch Full-HD Monitor

Mitsubishi Electric announced a new premium 27" monitor. The RDT271WV packs a full-HD (1920 x 1080) panel that is LED-backlit, has a maximum brightness of 300 cd/m², 25,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and 6.5 ms response time. Display connectivity includes a Japanese D5 port, DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. It also packs a set of 3W stereo speakers. Available in Japan, the RDT271WV is priced at ¥52,800 (around $633).

Source: Akihabara News
Add your own comment

17 Comments on Mitsubishi Intros 27-inch Full-HD Monitor

#1
Batou1986
FINALLY some led back lit displays over 23"
now get some of these shipping stateside
Posted on Reply
#2
Meizuman
What's the catch? I wouldnt touch that.
Posted on Reply
#3
lemonadesoda
27" and only 1080 in the y? Those pixels must be the size of lego bricks.
Posted on Reply
#4
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
i dont care that tv's are going to be stuck at 1080 for years, but the fact the pc monitor market is heading that way to is pissing me off
Posted on Reply
#5
lemonadesoda
Yep, apparently the North Korean's are pissed off about it too ;)
Posted on Reply
#6
Mussels
Moderprator
whats this D5 port?
Posted on Reply
#7
nukemelamers
contrast only 25000:1 ?
and response time is 6.5ms ?:eek:, should've been at least 5ms or lower

1200p could be better :rockout:
Posted on Reply
#8
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Mussels
whats this D5 port?
An HDTV broadcast standard of Japan.
Posted on Reply
#9
TheGuruStud
What's with the ridiculous price?

Spend 1k and get a real monitor like a 30" IPS 2560x1600 ultrasharp.
Posted on Reply
#11

To bad is not glossy or half glossy!
Regarding the dott pitch, I'm using a 27 incher Dell with 1920x1200 and the image is crystal sharp.

P.S.

I have found out BY EXPERIENCE that people that never used a 27" monitor with 1920x... think about it that the dottpitch is to big, or the resolution is to low. Use one, then complain. ;)


by: Batou1986
FINALLY some led back lit displays over 23"
now get some of these shipping stateside
LG has 2:

http://www.lg.com/us/computer-produc...-M2780D-PU.jsp
http://www.lg.com/jp/it-product/moni...E2750VR-SN.jsp

Acer:

http://www.acer.co.jp/acer/product.d...CRC=1442152045
Posted on Edit | Reply
#12
Mussels
Moderprator
by: TAViX
To bad is not glossy or half glossy!
Regarding the dott pitch, I'm using a 27 incher Dell with 1920x1200 and the image is crystal sharp.

P.S.

I have found out BY EXPERIENCE that people that never used a 27" monitor with 1920x... think about it that the dottpitch is to big, or the resolution is to low. Use one, then complain. ;)




LG has 2:

http://www.lg.com/us/computer-produc...-M2780D-PU.jsp
http://www.lg.com/jp/it-product/moni...E2750VR-SN.jsp

Acer:

http://www.acer.co.jp/acer/product.d...CRC=1442152045
i've got a 1080p 46", and the dot pitch is too big.

on a smaller screen, it'll be just fine.
Posted on Reply
#13
ShogoXT
by: rickss69
This is the one you want... http://www.a-power.com/product-19347
I never use contrast ratio as a measure for quality, especially Dynamic. That one you're linking doesn't look spectacular to me.

As for the topic monitor. I am curious as to what type of panel it is. I wish it was 16.10, but its lower contrast ratio, 6.5ms, and other things make me think its a PVA of some type? Anyone know for sure?

If not then its a blatant waste of money.
Posted on Reply
#14

by: Mussels
i've got a 1080p 46", and the dot pitch is too big.

on a smaller screen, it'll be just fine.
The bigger the screen the longer the distance you need to stay from it. But 46 is almost double than a 27 incher, so....;)
#15
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: TAViX
The bigger the screen the longer the distance you need to stay from it.
That applies only to CRT displays and TVs (due to the hazard to the eyes) ;)
Posted on Reply
#16
Mussels
Moderprator
my comment didnt quite get the reaction i expected.


some people say 1080p is too low for a 27", well shit, you get that res on 50"+ HDTV's!

its only too big, if you sit too close to it. get the right size for your distance, and its all good.
Posted on Reply
#17

by: btarunr
That applies only to CRT displays and TVs (due to the hazard to the eyes) ;)
I wasn't talking about radiation hazard. It's all about your eyes filed of view. You need a proper distance in order to have the full line of view from your monitor without moving your head. In other words, if you move your head from right to left when reading a text on your monitor instead of just your eyes, it absolutely means that you are staying to close to the monitor. I find out than you need at least half of meter distance from a 24" monitor, and way more if you have a bigger size one ;)
Also you can find out those things if you're working in a Company where 8-9 hours/day you're staying in front of PC. It's called "Work Ergonomy" and they teach you this on "Work Safety" class before starting work for the first-time. :ohwell: ...
Add your own comment