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Iiyama Intros New Cheap and Fast 20-inch ProLite Monitor

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  1. btarunr

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    Japanese display manufacturer Iiyama announced a new 20-inch 16:9 monitor model, the ProLite E2008HDD(-B). Its panel features a native resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels, response time of 2 ms (GTG), contrast ratio of 1,000:1, 30,000:1 DCR; and maximum brightness of 250 cd/m². The inbuilt ECO mode function brings about power savings of up to 30%. Display inputs include DVI and D-Sub. Backed by a 3-year warranty, the Iiyama ProLite E2008HDD-B is priced at $208 in Japan.

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    20" 1600 x 900 pixels

    Shockingly bad resolution Teenage gamers and grandmas only.

    But the price is amazing! $208 wow. I remember paying $1000 for my first Eizo TFT, 16" 1280x1024... which I still use! Superb IPS rather than the nasty TN that hit the market a year to two later.
     
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    The horizontal width should be 17.43" - in portrait it would match the vertical resolution of a 30".

    Alas the physical height of the 30" is about 15.7" so it's not a very good match.

    I think the 1600 x 1200 20.1" monitors matched physically, but they seem to have got very expensive. :( Perhaps an advertising campaign pushing some "cheap" screens for use alongside the 27" and 30" 2560 x xxxx screens would produce results - I'd take 2. :)
     

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