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Hercules Prophetview 920 17" LCD Monitor Review

The thought of buying an LCD monitor in the past for many probably would have been a dream due to previous year's high asking price. However, recently LCD's have dropped in price as they become more popular and should become more financially viable. Today Shawn "Toxic" Baker takes a look at the Hercules Prophetview 920 17" LCD monitor and runs it through its paces. With RCA port and sex appeal, it certainly stands out from the rest!

| Monitors in Displays & Projectors | Posted: Aug 16, 2003 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Hercules

 

Introduction

 

Hercules is known to most as the creator of some of the more expensive video cards on the market. Although Hercules is more then often pricier then the competition, a lot of people are able to justify the price difference thanks to their attention to detail and high build quality. The last Hercules product we had a chance to look at was the Radeon 9800 Pro and while as far as performance went it wasn't that much quicker then the competition, it was little things like the LED cooler and the blue PCB that get the attention of people.

 

Not too long ago we saw the release of the 15" Prophetview 720 LCD, and while it looked amazing it was let down by a high price tag and features that could be found on a lot of other standard LCD's for less.

 

Since Hercules is a company that seems to concentrate on the enthusiast market more then anything else, it was time to upgrade their LCD product from the Prophetview 720 and introduce the new Prophetview 920 (DVI).

 

Hercules has chosen to upgrade on those features that we missed out on in the Prophetview 720. Such features as DVI have made its way into the latest model. Let's not wait any longer and see what Hercules has done with their latest LCD - the Prophetview 720.

 

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