Thursday, May 31st 2012

Mitsubishi Intros 27-inch DiamondCrysta Wide IPS LCD Monitor

Mitsubishi made an addition to its DiamondCrysta Wide series with the RDT272WX-BK, a 27-inch widescreen LCD monitor. It utilizes an IPS LCD panel with 1920x1080 pixels resolution, 3.5 ms response time, 178°/178° H/V viewing angles, 8,000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m² brightness, and panel power consumption of 39W. Display inputs include TV, 2x HDMI, 1x DVI, and 1x D-Sub. 6W stereo speakers are included. Measuring 643 x 230 x 444 mm (WxDxH), the RDT272WX-BK weighs about 6.6 kg. It is slated for mid-June.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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14 Comments on Mitsubishi Intros 27-inch DiamondCrysta Wide IPS LCD Monitor

#1
Millenia
>IPS

:)

>16:9, 1920x1080

:(
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#2
Huddo93
Why you no 2560x1440.jpg!
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#3
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: btarunr
the RDT272WX-BK weighs about 6.6 kg.
Kilograms are a unit of mass, not weight. :)
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#4
Prima.Vera
by: Aquinus
Kilograms are a unit of mass, not weight. :)
geek!!!
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#5
iiee
Luckily at 1920x1080 and not 2560x1440.

Why not 16:10 zzz...
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#7
ERazer
IPS, what a waste of resolution :banghead:
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#8
Huddo93
by: iiee
Luckily at 1920x1080 and not 2560x1440.

Why not 16:10 zzz...
How can you say that :banghead:
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#9
Isenstaedt
by: Huddo93
How can you say that :banghead:
I'll always prefer 16:10 instead of 16:9. My avatar explains why ;)
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#10
inferKNOX
I find myself increasingly looking forward to the day when we're finally using the long awaited 2650x1600 & larger monitors, and 16:9 and 1920x1080 monitors are publicly burned in the streets! :mad:
In a just/fair world, 16:9/1920x1080 = TV, 16:10/2650x1600 = Monitor.
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#11
1c3d0g
1080 FTW. For those who want to go higher resolution, there's always the 30 inchers from HP, Dell etc. For the rest of us who have a bad eyesight and can't afford to SLI GTX 690's to run everything smoothly, this monitor will do the job just fine with a GTX 670. :)
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#12
FelixH
Is there any way to get the Mistubishi monitors in Germany, and would they work? Looking for the coming and already pre-ordered Eizo FS2333, I came across this Japanese test, where the Mitubishi seems to be the reference:
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=de&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fbbs.kakaku.com%2Fbbs%2FK0000391085%2FSortID%3D14800817%2F

Not sure if I understand anything correctly, but I interpreted it in the way that the Mistubishi RDT234WX is preferred... It's a shame that these fine monitors are not available anywhere else. I'm tired of the shoddy monitors that are sold and praised here (with Eizo and Dell being pretty much the only notable exceptions). (I look for a good, natural image first, and anything else that is presented as important on the market after that fact.)
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#13
Prima.Vera
Japanese LCD producers like Sharp or Mitsubishi are 2x times better than any Samsung or LG. Unfortunately they costs way more and not really available in Europe...
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#14
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: Isenstaedt
I'll always prefer 16:10 instead of 16:9. My avatar explains why ;)
Refusing to accept things?
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