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Princeton Intros Newer 19-inch and 24-inch Widescreen Monitors

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  1. btarunr

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    Adding to the 21.5-inch 16:9 and 19-inch 16:10 monitors it introduced earlier this month, Princeton rolled out the 24-inch PTFBYF-24W and new 19-inch (18.5-inch) PTFBYF-19W. Both monitors use TN-film panels with LED backlights. The PTFBYF-24W measures 566.0 x 395.1 x 189.8 (WxHxD), and features 1920x1080 resolution, with 160 degrees display angles, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR), 250 cd/m², 5 ms response time (GTG), and inputs including DVI-D, HDMI, and D-Sub. It packs 1W speakers.

    The PTFBYF-19W, on the other hand, measures 440.4 x 341.0 x 179.8 (WxHxD), the panel measures 18.5-inches diagonally. It features 1366x768 pixels resolution, with 160 degrees angles, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR), 250 cd/m², and 5 ms response time. Inputs include DVI-D and D-Sub. To top it off it has 1W speakers. The PTFBYF-24W is priced at 19,800 JPY (US $239), while the PTFBYF-19W goes for 12,800 JPY (US $154.7).

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    Damn. Sure that 19 incher is expensive.
     
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    1920x1080 resolution stop with the new because it's not new
     
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    There are phones with 1080p screens now and they still say this is new.
    These are rather expensive for tn panels.
     

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