Wednesday, December 18th 2013

I-O Data Unveils New, 'Frameless' 23-Inch Monitor

I-O Data Today announced the LCD-MF235XDBR, a 23-inch monitor that's the size of a 21.5-inch model due to its 'frameless' design. Seen below, the display is not exactly frameless but does have some slim bezels - 9.8 mm left/right and 8.5 mm upper.

I-O Data's creation makes use of an ADS panel 178/178 degree viewing angles, and features a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 14 ms response time (4.6 ms via overdrive), a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, dual 1 W speakers, D-Sub, DVI and two HDMI connectors, and a blue light reduction function. The LCD-MF235XDBR is set to become available in January.
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7 Comments on I-O Data Unveils New, 'Frameless' 23-Inch Monitor

#1
riffraffy
Call me old school but I think Frameless should actually mean Frameless .
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#2
Prima.Vera
NOT frameless! Another marketing lie.
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#3
rougal
That would be perfect for an Eyefinity setup...
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#4
a111087
what is ADS? Don't recall hearing about ADS before.... Wonder how it compares to IPS.
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#5
lemonadesoda
Notice how they WONT turn that thing on for the PR shots... thereby revealing the HUGE hidden border/frame
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#6
Drone
Frameless means 0 FPS?
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#7
Rowsol
by: lemonadesoda
Notice how they WONT turn that thing on for the PR shots... thereby revealing the HUGE hidden border/frame
I saw a similar monitor on newegg and a lot of people were complaining about a black border in the screen, so I see what you're talking about here.
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