After two straight days of lab testing, we're happy to bestow the 'most beautiful computer monitor' award upon our beloved L.I.S. VFD with only a few small problems being able to be discovered. VL System has demonstrated a beautiful and well-crafted product, leaving nothing short of thought. The L.I.S. VFD has a true 180 degree viewing angle, and it will stay clear and bright throughout all your abuse.
Whether you do business online and need to frequently check your email, or you're a hardcore 'modder' needing to make sure that CPU doesn't melt - this little machine will do the job.
This specific model runs for $88 USD (around $130 AUD) - a very reasonable price for the build quality and functionality it offers.
Excellent build quality
Very clear and bright display
Many features accessible through the management software
Easy hardware tweaking (brightness, color, etc)
Uses up both a 5.25" bay and PCI slot
Requires a wire to be run through the inside of your computer
Rating - 8.5 out of 10
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