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Dell about to release its thinnest ever LCD display - S2330MX

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A video has just recently popped up on Youtube from Dell which depicts their upcoming S2330MX, an ultra-slim 23-inch WS LCD.



Using LED backlighting, Dell says this is their thinnest monitor to date. Other specs include a native 1920x1080 res, 2ms response (most probably a TN panel), and D-Sub + DVI inputs (with a DVI to HDMI adapter bundled).


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The new display is scheduled for release this Thursday (August 18). Pricing has not yet been disclosed, however.

Deal of the Day: 21.5-Inch Acer WG5HP 1080p LCD Monitor for $109.99 with FREE Shipping

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Our Deal of the Day today is the Staples - 21.5-Inch Acer WG5HP 1080p LCD Monitor for $109.99 with FREE Shipping!.


Offer: Staples has the 21.5" Acer WG5HP LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 native resolution, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 5ms response, HDCP compliant DVI, VGA, and 3 year warranty for $109.99 after $60 worth of instant discounts. Shipping is FREE.




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Perceptive Pixel unveil 82-inch multi-touch LCD, I think I've just fallen in love

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Perceptive Pixel has just unveiled at this year's SIGGRAPH, an 82-inch, multi-touch, 120hz LCD. Yes, 82-inch. It is dubbed "the world's largest" of it's kind, although Perceptive Pixel does make an 88-inch DLP model. The screen itself only does 1080p, but it does power through with 120Hz and an unlimited multi-touch response time of only 1ms. All that I need to know is, where can I get one and what do I have to do to get it?


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Expect more IPS-based LCD monitors

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Monitor manufacturers are changing things up by not only offering more IPS panels, but changing up the screen sizes between 21 and 25-inch. Dell launched a 24-inch UltraSharp monitor a few weeks ago based on an IPS panel and with a few trade-offs were able to get the price down considerably when compared to the U2410 which is aimed at the professional market. Mitsubishi, AOC and Viewsonic are already offering or at least, expected to offer 23-inch IPS-based panels this year.


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Why the explosion of interest in IPS panels? You can thank the demand of the iPad 2 and the promise of wide viewing angels. Compared to monitors using twisted nematic (TN) panels, IPS panels are about $35 more expensive to make and that number escalates when the screen size goes up. Monitors using IPS panels are also feature-packed, usually including USB hubs, extra video inputs and so on, which also drives the price up.


I think it's a great move, IPS panels are gorgeous and if we can see a mix of 120Hz/3D-capable IPS panels in the near future, well count me in as excited.

ViewSonic's 23.6-inch V3D245 3D Vision LCD coming this month

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Almost 8 months since its introduction at CES, ViewSonic is finally preparing its V3D245 3D Vision-ready 23.6-inch for the market with it hitting North American shelves mid to late this month.


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The monitor while being a 120Hz, 3D capable panel bundled with a pair of active shutter glasses, does depend on NVIDIA's 3D Vision experience with its built-in wireless emitter, meaning you'll of course need to be using an NVIDIA based graphics card.


The rest of the monitors specs is much of a standard fare with a native resolution of 1920x1080, dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1, 2ms response and 2W SRS Premium Sound speakers.


ViewSonic has tacked on a $499 USD price tag for the V3D245, which is backed by a 3 year warranty. Refer to the source link below for the official announcement.

Dell unveils 24-inch UltraSharp U2412M for businesses

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Dell has just added another 24-inch monitor to its lineup for the business and enterprise market. The new UltraSharp U2412M uses an IPS panel with LED backlighting and viewing angles of 178/178 degrees. Its native resolution is 1920x1080 and it has a 1000:1 constrast ratio (2,000,000:1 DCR), 8ms (GTG) response time and typical brightness of 300 cd/m2.


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Inputs wise, it has single D-Sub, DVI and DisplayPorts along with a built-in 4-port USB 2.0 hub. Its stand allows for tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments. Dell's UltraSharp U2412M comes with a three-year warranty with the option to extend to 4 or 5 years. The monitor will set you back $399 USD.

Continue reading 'Dell unveils 24-inch UltraSharp U2412M for businesses' (full post)

Apple set to release Thunderbolt-equipped displays?

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MacRumors have picked up on a number of non-posted images from, showing Apple having a $999 display. In the pics, the display has a new part number (which is in the URL), and a newer background to match the default wallpaper of Mac OS X Lion which is being released next week. What makes this interesting is the below pic which shows two of the newer displays, with one plugged into the other.


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Maybe Apple are allowing mirrored or extended displays through USB, but most likely this is Thunderbolt-powered and it's down with the latest-generation iMacs which share many design similarities with the LED cinema display. If Apple wants to push Thunderbolt, this would definitely be the way to go about it. On something like a MacBook Pro, using the Thunderbolt port just to power a monitor would use up the port, but daisy-chaining them like this would allow a user to use the Thunderbolt I/O on the MBP, then daisy-chain something directly into the Cinema Display.


Thunderbolt is capable of daisy chaining up to seven Thunderbolt-equipped devices together, whilst retaining full speed across ever single one of them, this is thanks to the existing DisplayPort and PCI-Express data protocols to open up what you can do with a single port into multiple uses and at high speeds.

Deal of the Day: 25% Off Dell UltraSharp U3011 30" IPS Flat Panel Monitor - Now $1011.75 with FREE Shipping

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Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Small Business - 25% Off Dell UltraSharp U3011 30" IPS Flat Panel Monitor - Now $1011.75 with FREE Shipping.


Offer: A nice big 25% off coupon that drops this monster flat panel monitor to just $1011! You get a sweet 2560x1600 resolution on an IPS panel, 117% color gamut and all that you'd expect from a professional monitor. Use coupon code: BH2KS62$4862S6 (expires 7/20/11)




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Deal of the Day: Hanns-G HZ281HPB 27.5" 3ms Full HD 1080P HDMI WideScreen LCD Monitor w/ Built-in Speakers - $239.99 Shipped Free

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Our Deal of the Day today is the Newegg - Hanns-G HZ281HPB 27.5" 3ms Full HD 1080P HDMI WideScreen LCD Monitor w/ Built-in Speakers - $239.99 Shipped Free!.


Offer: This is a fantastic price for this Hanns-G HZ281HPB 27.5" LCD Monitor. It features a Full HD 1920x1080p resolution, fast 3ms response time, HDMI, and built-in speakers!




Use coupon code: EMCKCJH55 for the $30 discount. Expires 07/18/2011.



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LG take a new approach in glasses-free 3D with D2000 LCD

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With a vision toward what is inevitably the future in 3D viewing, LG has managed to bring it closer to reality here and now with the launch of its new D2000 panel today.


The inevitable future for 3D? Glasses-free of course, and that is what the D2000 is all about. This 20-inch monitor boasts glasses-free parallax barrier 3D technology in conjunction with the world's first eye-tracking feature that maintains an optimal 3D image from multiple viewing angles.


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Unlike other existing glasses-free 3D technologies, LG's D2000 allows much more freedom in terms of not having to be positioned within a tightly restricted angle and distance for the effect to work properly.

Continue reading 'LG take a new approach in glasses-free 3D with D2000 LCD' (full post)

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