Wednesday, February 18th 2009

I-O Data Introduces New Full-HD Monitors

Storage and peripherals specialist I-O Data announced expansion of its display products lineup with two new full-HD LCD monitors. Dressed in black and white are the two variants of the LCD-MF242X family. The monitors house a 23.6 inch LCD panel with a native-resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, with a response time of 5 ms.

As for its illumination, the panel has a contrast ratio of 1000:1, with dynamic contrast ratio of 10000:1. Its maximum brightness is rated at 300 cd/m². In its limited size, it still includes two 1.5W speakers. Input connectors include DVI, HDMI 1.2a, and D-Sub (analog). I-O Data is expected to ask around US $355 for these monitors.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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2 Comments on I-O Data Introduces New Full-HD Monitors

#1
ZoneDymo
I dont care.
Im still waiting for a 26 inch, 16:9, glossy, 2560x1440 lcd monitor with a 3ms or less response time and no native res bs.
Maybe then ill say goodby to my CRT.
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PCpraiser100
by: ZoneDymo
I dont care.
Im still waiting for a 26 inch, 16:9, glossy, 2560x1440 lcd monitor with a 3ms or less response time and no native res bs.
Maybe then ill say goodby to my CRT.
I am with you. I want to go over 1280x1024. I seriously want no jaggies at all when I am playing my games.
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