Wednesday, December 12th 2012

Iiyama Announces ProLite E1980SD Series Monitors

Japanese display maker iiyama announced the ProLite E1980SD line of 19-inch square (5:4) monitors for commercial PCs. The series includes two models based solely on body color, E1980SD-W1 (white) and E1980SD-B1 (Black). The E1980SD packs an LED-backlit TN-film LCD panel, which features 1280 x 1024 pixels resolution, which draws no more than 16W during typical usage, which can further be reduced to by 10% year-over-year (YoY) with EcoMode 1, 20% with EcoMode 2, and 35% YoY with EcoMode 3. The iStyleColor feature dynamically tinkers with gamma, contrast, and brightness to give you the best image quality.

In addition to its resolution, the panel features 85°/85° viewing angles (good for kiosks, service desks, or public PCs), 1,000:1 contrast ratio with mega-contrast, 5 ms response time, and 250 cd/m² maximum brightness. Display inputs include DVI-D and D-Sub. Measuring 411.1 x 189.5 x 402.0 mm (WxDxH), it weighs about 3.2 kg. It is priced at 14,800¥ (incl. taxes), about $177.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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5 Comments on Iiyama Announces ProLite E1980SD Series Monitors

Pro Indian Modder
i guess this is for cheap advertising and stuff. 'cause that resolution at 19" will give pretty crappy pixel density. would also explain the low power consumption figures.
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They still make 1280x1024/5:4 monitors? blast from the past...
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no we use these for inventory PC's at stores everywhere.... bestbuy check-out, lowe's departments, that is what these monitors are for... cheap cheap cheap but they work, not sure why it's on TPU though......
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Holy crap, it's 2002 already? Man, time flies funky around the news section.
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i didn't realize they still made my size monitor anymore.
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