Friday, October 5th 2007

I-O Data Rolls Out LCD With Two HDMI Ports

Japan's I-O Data has begun selling the LCD-MF241X, a 24-inch widescreen LCD. While the monitor is notable for supporting resolutions up to 1920x1200 (beyond 1080p), its most unusual feature is the inclusion of two HDMI inputs, where many screen are limited to one or none. Owners can also display HD content from their computer via DVI-D, S-Video and D5 ports. Other features highlight 1000:1 dynamic constrast ratio, three USB ports, picture-in-picture, 2x 2.5W integrated speakers and a remote control. Prices for black and white versions of the monitor have been set at 138,000 yen ($1,183).

Source: Electronista
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2 Comments on I-O Data Rolls Out LCD With Two HDMI Ports

Bird of Prey
I never heard of them selling LCDs before. Im kind of weary.
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Wile E
Power User
Hmmm, according to IO-Data's website, it has a 92% NTSC Gamut as well. Sounds pretty nice. Wonder what the viewing angles and response times are?
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