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Iiyama Launches ProLite E2407HDSV-1

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  1. D_o_S

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    The ProLite E2407HDSV features 16:9 High Definition 1920 x 1080 native resolution, complimented with a 2 msec response rate and a 30,000:1 Advance Contrast Ratio. The E2407HDSV is targeted at gamers and those using multimedia applications. The monitor is available in both black and white casings.

    The new LCD also has two 3W speakers, D-Sub, DVI and HDMI connectors, and is backed by a 3-year warranty. The recommended price tag for the ProLite E2407HDS / E2407HDS-B is around $313.

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    Source: iiyama and TechConnect
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    Lazy ass monitor makers :(.
    Im fine with 16:9 but damn it, give me higher res screens!

    Where are the 30 inch 2560x1440 monitors?
    Where are the 26 inch 2304x1296 monitors?
    Where are the 24 inch 2048x1152 monitors?
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    They want rid of their TN panels first.
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    Aimming too low, I want 3840x2400! Give us a reason to have Triple/Quad Crossfire/SLI! :D
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    don't we already have a reason?:D
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    OMG....ditch the shitty speakers already. 90% of us dont use them anyway. that feature alone is a waste of effort & also money that WE consumers have to pay for. ANYONE can go to their local pc hardware store & pick up a cheap set of speakers for £10-15 that will sound 200x better then the shit they put tft monitors.
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    Iiyama :slap: Samsung.

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