Wednesday, March 14th 2012

I-O Data Announces New, 27-inch Monitor with a VA Panel

I-O Data's monitor offering will soon be expanded through the release of the LCD-MF274XVBR, a 27-inch widescreen featuring LED backlighting and a VA (Vertical Alignment) panel offering 178/178 degree viewing angles.

The new monitor also has a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 300 cd/m2 maximum brightness, a 5,000:1 contrast ratio (80,000:1 DCR), a 12 ms response time (7 ms when overdrive is activated), two 1.5 W built-in speakers, Renesas' Neo Clear Resolution single-frame ultra-high-resolution technology, D-Sub, DVI, dual HDMI ports, an ECO mode, and a stand allowing for height, tilt and swivel adjustment.

The LCD-MF274XVBR is backed by a three-year warranty and will go on sale at the end of this month at about $442.
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11 Comments on I-O Data Announces New, 27-inch Monitor with a VA Panel

#1
Prima.Vera
Damn! Do want this! :D

P.S.

Let's wait for the boring resolution comments! :)) Who is the first?? :))))))))))))
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#3
Bambooz
I'll stick with my Samsung 2333T PVA with the same res which I bought for 100 shipped lol
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#4
ZoneDymo
by: Prima.Vera
Damn! Do want this! :D

P.S.

Let's wait for the boring resolution comments! :)) Who is the first?? :))))))))))))
You must be trollin
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#5
Perra
Well, the resolution really is fail on such a big panel.
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#6
Prima.Vera
by: ZoneDymo
You must be trollin
At least I don't post the same pathetic comments over and over and over again. ;) :shadedshu
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#7
steelkane
Nice looking VA Panel,, maybe someday companies will have a higher MAX res with 1920x1080 being Recommended
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#8
ZoneDymo
by: Prima.Vera
At least I don't post the same pathetic comments over and over and over again. ;) :shadedshu
What is pathetic about commenting on how it seems that monitor wise we are in some technological dark age and showing once discontent with it?
Honestly responding positively on these kind of "new" monitors blows my mind.
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#9
cedrac18
Lookup the catleap monitors on ebay. There is also a thread with buyers discussing their experience with them.
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Prima.Vera
by: ZoneDymo
What is pathetic about commenting on how it seems that monitor wise we are in some technological dark age and showing once discontent with it?
Honestly responding positively on these kind of "new" monitors blows my mind.
Can you now translate that? I didn't understand a thing you've wrote...:eek:
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#11
The Jedi
12 ms response time

FYI my 26-inch IPS monitor from 2005 has a 12 ms response time and it's A-OK. So I'm not really familiar with I-O Data products, but it's something I'd consider.

I saw that Viewsonic has a new 27-inch AMVA monitor with a 25 ms response time. That, I would pass on! But I always look for the 178ยบ viewing angles since they don't make these that much anymore in a size that would go on a desktop.
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