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Iiyama Rolls Out 24 Inch Monitor With HDMI

Discussion in 'News' started by HellasVagabond, Jul 18, 2007.

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    Some people may say "Whats new we already have 24' monitors" and to be honest thats what i said when i first heard about this monitor from iiyama. However this monitor has something unique for its size. The ProLite B24003WS is a 16:10 24" TFT monitor featuring a native 1920 x 1200 resolution , 250 cd/m2 brightness , 1000:1 contrast ratio , 5ms responce time , D-Sub and an HDMI connection which allows you to plugin next generation hardware such the PS3 , Blueray and HD-DVD players...And all that for just 499 euros. Not bad right ?

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    never heard of the brand though. Are they a decent name?? You can get a dell 24in in Aussie for around 900 which in probably around 400 euros. So I guess that is about right.
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    Never heard of iiyama ??? Back in the CRT days they used to make monitors that came very close to EIZO and Samsung in terms of performance.
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    Ive heard of them. They make some great products. And their LCDs are nice.



    This is actually a pretty interesting mix here. I dont think that Dell you are talking about has HDMI in it and 1080p Native resolution
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    1920x1080 is 1080p...This monitor has even more.

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