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Deal of the Day: 27" Planar PX2710MW 1080p LCD Monitor with VGA, DVI, HDMI, 2ms Response, and 3 Year Warranty for $229.99 with FREE Shipping!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Small Business - 27" Planar PX2710MW 1080p LCD Monitor with VGA, DVI, HDMI, 2ms Response, and 3 Year Warranty for $229.99 with FREE Shipping!.
Offer: $229.99 after a whopping $240 instant discount ($469.99 original price) gets you a 27" Planar PX2710MW 1080p LCD monitor with 1200:1 contrast, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 2ms response time GtG, VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs, plus a 3 year warranty. Unknown expiration date, may expire at any time.
Eizo have unveiled their latest beast of a monitor, the 36-inch DuraVision FHD3601. The FHD3601 spots a native resolution of, wait for it, 4096x2160. The monitor is LED-backlit, features a 10-bit panel supporting 1074.74 million colors, 700cd/m2 brightness and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. The viewing angle is 176 degrees which suggests that Eizo are using a Sharp ASV panel.
The DuraVision FHD3601 includes all the advanced technology Eizo has been developing for the past few years, inclusive of their human presence sensor and the Digital Uniformity Corrector (DUE) that ensures perfect light homogeneity. Eizo plan to launch this puppy in Japan on September 7, 2011 at a price of 2.88 million Yen, or approx US$36,000. Eizo hope the FHD3601 appeals to example flight control centers, oh and me.
VESA have popped their heads up quickly to announce an update to the DisplayPort 1.2 standard. The updates include video connections that can be stretched up to 100 feet - five times that of what is out now and will use thinner gauge wire for more flexible cords. The one backlash is the cables are directional, but the new logo should help the confusion over which end goes where.
For those of you with DisplayPort hardware, and for those who over time will end up going DisplayPort, this is good news. Longer cables mean more options!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Newegg - HP LA2405WG 24 Inch 1920x1200 LCD Monitor for $279.99 with Free Shipping.
Offer: A great price on a large 24 inch LCD monitor that features a full 1920x1200 resolution instead of just a 1080 one.
Deal of the Day: Coupon Code for 21.5" Acer S211HL bd 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor with 3 Year Warranty for $99.98 with FREE Overnight Delivery
Our Deal of the Day today is the Staples - Coupon Code for 21.5" Acer S211HL bd 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor with 3 Year Warranty for $99.98 with FREE Overnight Delivery!.
Offer: Use coupon code: 69882 for $30 off any Acer monitor at Staples.com, expiring 6/13/11. With this coupon, plus an instant $40 and $10 savings, you can get the 21.5" Acer S211HL bd LED-backlit LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution (Staples page shows the incorrect resolution), 12,000,000:1 dynamic contrast (1000:1 static), 250 cd/m2 brightness, 5ms response, VGA, HDCP compliant DVI, and a 3 year warranty for just $99.98 with FREE next business day delivery (unless unavailable in your local area, then ground shipping is free).
ASUS have demonstrated a USB-powered monitor, the MS248B which is a slightly tweaked MS248H. This monitor is pretty unique; a single USB3.0 port at the back and that's it. One cable. The single USB3.0 cable transmits both power and data and being USB3.0 it's capable of providing 80-percent more power for configured devices.
ASUS have also managed to cut the power consumption of the screen down to 9W which is quite the feat considering the MS248H reportedly uses 33W. Spec wise the MS248B is a full HD 1920x1080, 24-inch, 10m:1 contrast ratio with a 2ms response time, a glossy piano black bezel, LED touch-sensor buttons and an ultra-slim 16.5mm profile.
Sharp teases the HT world with 85-inch, capable of 7860x4320, also capable of reducing HT lovers into tears
If this were my own tech site, where I didn't have to type up a few paragraphs on the news I post, the only word that would accompany this news would be: Wow. I would end it with "Wow" and a link to the YouTube video - but holy bloody crap, Sharp and Japanese national TV broadcaster, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) have jointly developed an 85-inch LCD compatible with Super Hi-Vision, a next-generation television broadcast format.
The new format comprises of 33 megapixels, or 16 times the resolution of HDTV, Super Hi-Vision is being pushed as offering a powerful, life-like image reproduction. R&D began in 1995 (!) and they aim to have trial broadcasts before the decade ends. Sharp used their UV2A2 LCD technology which allows them to create the first direct-view LCD compatible with the insanely high resolution performance of Super Hi-Vision.
Our Deal of the Day today is the Wal-Mart - HANNSpree 42" ST42DMSB 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV - $419.
Offer: The price of HDTVs are really dropping this year. Get this HANNSpree 42" ST42DMSB 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for just $419 with FREE site-to-store shipping! It features a Full HD 1920x1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh, 470cd/m2 brightness, 4.5 ms response, and more!
Deal of the Day: 21.5" Acer P216HV bd 1080p LCD Monitor with 3 Year Warranty for $99.99 with FREE Delivery!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Staples - 21.5" Acer P216HV bd 1080p LCD Monitor with 3 Year Warranty for $99.99 with FREE Delivery!.
Offer: Get the 21.5" Acer P216HV bd LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 5000:1 contrast, 200 cd/m2 brightness, 5ms response, VGA, HDCP compliant DVI, and a 3 year warranty for just $99.99 with FREE delivery.
Acer have hit the market first with a 27-inch, Full-HD, 3D Display. Dubbed the Acer HN274H, Acer have specced it well, Full HD, 100, 000, 000:1 contrast ratio, LED-backlit, 120hz refresh rate and a 2ms response time is not too shabby at all. Yes it's not an IPS-based panel, but for the fast-motion, first-person shooter fans like myself, the 120hz gives you a semi. If that doesn't get the blood pumping, it is also (and obviously) capable of 3D with NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology.
Better yet, the Acer HN274H has the IR emitter built-in! Acer are even throwing in a pair of NVIDIA 3D glasses too. Acer have also added their eColor and Adaptive Contrast Management technologies which work dynamically to (apparently) deliver ultra-sharp and realistic visuals, here I was thinking that was the GPU doing that. The monitor looks great and I would definitely love to try one of these puppies out, Acer. Might be upgrade time for my Surround Vision Alienware setup!