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Wortmann Rolls Outs the 2230W 22-Inch Monitor

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Wortmann AG has expanded its monitor offering by releasing a new 22-inch model, the Terra LED 2230W Greenline Plus. Seen below, this business-oriented display has a white chassis, a native resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels, a 5 ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 15,000,000:1, 250 cd/m2 brightness, plus D-Sub and DVI inputs.

    The 2230W is backed by a three-year warranty and costs €199.

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    I like that resolution in that package, but way to expensive.
     
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    Why are some companies regressing in monitors. This monitor isn't even priced right, I could get a 1080p 22" for almost half the price.

    Thought this might have been a necro post from 2006, I was wrong. At least it has DVI i guess.
     
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    I'd want at least 1080p for this screen size.
     
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    Not me. I'd have to change the DPI settings then and some stuff don't play nice with that.
     
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    Really? Having used monitors of this size and res at my old college, I found that everything seemed comedy huge. I am somewhat long-sighted, tbf.
     
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    1680x1050: Because 1080p would just be way too many pixels on a 22" monitor in an era where 10" tablets get 1600p screens

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    Here we go again...
     
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    1050 WOOT. Evar bettar than 1080. Makes old GPU like new.

    Wait, this isn't thread from the dead. :shadedshu
     
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    Changing DPI settings in Win7 still brakes some stuff, so yes I do think it's too many pixels. Tablets is another thing. I don't see the problem with this monitor, except the price.
     
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    You must be talking about the new Nexus 10. It might just be the first tablet that I buy for myself.

    1600p tablet, with all the features you would ever want. The entire package is more than $1000 though.
     
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