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161. Sony DeluxePro SDM-X93/B 19" LCD
$324.99 list($599.99)
162. Sharp LC-13B4US 13" AQUOS LCD
$499.98
163. SHARP LL-M17W1 17-Inch WXGA LCD
list($759.00)
164. Sceptre X7SV-Naga 17" LCD Monitor
$375.00
165. Sony 19IN LCD 500:1 1280X1024
$246.99 $227.70 list($319.00)
166. Princeton LCD1700 17" LCD Monitor
Too low to display $503.95 list($717.00)
167. HP Pavilion F1903 19" LCD Monitor
$284.99 $282.98 list($319.99)
168. NEC AccuSync ASLCD72V-BK 17" LCD
$289.99 $281.58
169. LG Electronics L1710SK 17" LCD
$337.99 list($799.00)
170. LG Electronics L1910SK 19" LCD
$327.02
171. Sony SDM-S74/S 17IN LCD-1280X1024
list($399.00)
172. LG Electronics L1510S 15" LCD
$175.99 list($599.95)
173. 7" Wide-Screen Sun Visor TFT-LCD
$345.00 list($499.99)
174. Sony SDM-HS73/B 17" LCD Monitor
$1,092.49 list()
175. NEC LCD2080UX+BK 20.1" LCD Monitor
$227.04 list($349.99)
176. AG Neovo F-415 15" TFT LCD Display
list($379.99)
177. NEC 1560M-BK 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
$383.79 list($479.99)
178. Microtek C893 18" LCD Monitor
Too low to display list($569.99)
179. Sony SDM-HX73/B 17" LCD Monitor
Too low to display list($399.99)
180. Sony SDM-HS75/B 17" LCD Monitor

161. Sony DeluxePro SDM-X93/B 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
by Sony

our price: $669.99
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Asin: B0000AFX1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 41216
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Amazon.com Product Description

The designers of the new Sony DeluxePro SDM-X93 19-inch flat panel LCD clearly had three things in mind: image performance, ergonomic adaptability, and reduced power consumption. With sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 600:1 contrast ratio, 0.294 mm dot pitch, and Auto-Sensing ErgoBright technology, the SDM-X93 offers a stunning viewing solution. And, with adjustable tilt, swivel, and height, plus wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, the SDM-X93 offers comfortable viewing any way you look at it.

Sony's Auto-Sensing ErgoBright technology offers the unique capability of automatically sensing light levels in your surrounding environment and automatically adjusts screen brightness accordingly, from 50 to 300 nits. Not only does this aid viewing comfort, but it also works to save you money. And, if you work in a consistent light setting, the ErgoBright technology can be switched off in favor of one of three permanent settings (high, medium, or low).

The SDM-X93 also offers the convenience of digital and dual analog auto-sensing inputs for maximum signal versatility, plus compatibility with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Sony's ErgoStand Control System includes wide range tilt, swivel, and high adjustments, and the removable base even enables optional wall mounting. The SDM-X93 comes backed by a three-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight.

What's in the Box
SDM-X93 flat panel display with removable base, PC/Mac setup utility CD-ROM + User's Manual, Quick Setup Guide, AC power cord, cord strap, DVI-D cable, HD15 video cable, audio cable, limited warranty card ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 screen resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • DVI-D and dual analog inputs; DVI-D and HD15 cables included
  • Wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Auto-Sensing ErgoBright Technology; 600:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

162. Sharp LC-13B4US 13" AQUOS LCD Flat-Panel TV
by Sharp
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000CAPT5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sharp
Sales Rank: 21953
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Product Description

This Sharp 13" AQUOS LCD flat-panel TV is a small, lightweight TV that isn't light on picture quality and clarity. With Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View LCD panel and a great contrast ratio of 500:1 you get a fabulous, color-rich picture in any lighting. Features include 170x170° viewing angles; Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View LCD panel; EDTV compatible; auto clock allows you to display time of day on screen; 480x640 pixel resolution; 2.1W per channel audio system (2 channels); and an electronic PLL tuner. 12-1/2Hx13-1/4Wx2-1/5D". 9 lbs. (with stand), 8 lbs. (without stand). ... Read more

Features

  • 60,000-hour lamp life for years of viewing
  • 170 degrees by 170 degrees viewing angles means you can view the monitor from just about anywhere in the room
  • Stereo speakers with 2.1 watts per channel
  • 13-inch ASV (Advanced Super View) TFT LCD panel; TV is 16.9 x 13.3 x 7.4 inches (W x H x D) with stand
  • High brightness (430 cd/m2) and exemplary contrast ratio (500:1) for vivid pictures, even in bright rooms

163. SHARP LL-M17W1 17-Inch WXGA LCD Computer / TV Monitor
by Sharp

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Asin: B00013R7FM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sharp
Sales Rank: 37188
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The LL-M17W1 multimedia LCD monitor displays in high definition, not only PC data and Internet pages, but also TV programs, DVD software, and video games.The LL-M17W1 has a 17-inch WXGA LCD screen with high brightness and contrast and wide viewing angles that give clear images from any viewing angle. It's also equipped with a D1 video input jack, which allows DVD playback. Plus, the Picture-in-Picture function lets you watch TV on a small screen while doing PC work on the big screen. These features enable the flexibility only possible on a multimedia monitor. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch widescreen LCD displays video source and computer information
  • Picture-in-Picture function lets you work on your PC, while you watch your video source in a smaller window
  • Extremely bright 400 cd/m2 display
  • Wide 170 degree horizontal & vertical viewing angles
  • 600 - 1 contrast ratio

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good picture. Nice design.
I purchased this monitor/tv for use as tv in the bedroom.Hook up was a breeze.Initially we hooked up a Sony Playstation to use as a DVD player, but the picture was poor.The images would blur if there was lots of movement.We tried our newer DVD player and the picture improved dramatically.Sound is good too.It is a nice sleak design and has a good remote w/ lots of options.Would recommend for tv or monitor.Purchased through Costco online for under $400.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor
I just purchased this at a Home Depot for, get this $169.It was on close out. I just got the last of 3 remaining.I thought I would have to get a new video card but didn't.It loaded easy and works perfect.This is a wide screen but for now the picture does not fill in completly.I have a black margin left & right about 1" or so.I have not hooked it up to a TV, I'm just enjoying it off the 10 yr. old Gateway CP.Keep your eye out if this goes on close out.It was not advertised just sitting up in front of the store.So you never know!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent LCD Monitor and TV
I recently purchased this monitor, and it has been working exceptionally well.It is a very versatile monitor, and is especially useful for tight areas where space can be limited.I enjoy the many features this monitor offers.The setup for the monitor went smoothly; however, I would recommend reading the manual to make sure everything was set up properly.I realized that my video card doesn't support the 1280 x 768 screen resolution, so I decided to use the 1024 X 768.I would recommend anyone interested in purchasing this monitor to check their video card to make sure it supports 1280 X 768 resolution. I have watched several DVDs, and the monitor has worked very well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality and versatility...
I live in a studio, so space and functionality are key issues. The Sharp LCD TV Monitor 17 took care of my problems in a big way. I have my PS2, Xbox, cable TV, and PC all hooked up at once. I watch TV on the picture-in-picture mode while working on the computer. Then, with a touch of a button I toggle over to play a round of Xbox or PS2. For gaming, watching DVD's, and high-res computer graphics this thing is incredible. For strictly watching TV it's decent. As for the sound, the built in speakers are definitely acceptable.

Although I thought the styling looked bland at the store, it looks sleek and modern at home. Glare seemed to be an issue at the store as well due to the protective cover and store lighting. Not a problem at home, in fact, the protective cover seems to make images brighter than most other LCD TVs.

I looked at just about every other flat panel monitor and LCD TV, but none had the combination of quality, resolution, inputs, functionality and price.

By the way, you need to take some time and adjust the settings correctly according to the manual when first hooking the thing up. Another reviewer clearly failed to do this. It's easy and necessary to get the most out of the monitor.

2-0 out of 5 stars OK performance, but did not last.
This monitor delivered sufficient picture quality for watching DVDs in the bedroom (the reason I bought it).I did notice artifacts in the video that I should not have been getting with S-Video or component hookup from a DVD player, but at a viewing distance of more than 3 feet, the artifacts were not noticeable.The artifacts I noticed seemed to be due to the way the chrominance part of the signal was being processed.When a color bar test pattern was displayed from a test DVD, there were nasty composite-like "dot crawl" artifacts in the color transitions, even when using S-Video or component hookups.There seemed to be a lot of color dithering going on in the pictures from DVD viewed through S-Video or component cables.

My only other complaint was with the sharpness control.Running the sharpness control at any setting other than the lowest produced too much "edge enhancement".The lowest setting eliminated the false edges, but may have softened the picture more than it should have.I'd liked to have had more of a choice of settings between the first two sharpness settings.

The monitor no longer works.A couple of months ago, while watching, the picture froze up and the unit did not respond to any of the buttons.I unplugged it and it would no longer power up until about an hour later.Last week, this happened again and I've been unable to power up the unit since.

The unit was purchased on May 1, 2004 and is already dead as of early November 2004.It's still under manufacturer's warranty for parts and labor, but it's a hassle to have to deal with this, since I'll always wonder if it will break again in the future after being repaired.
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164. Sceptre X7SV-Naga 17" LCD Monitor with TV Tuner
by Sceptre Technologies, Inc
list price: $759.00
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Asin: B0000950RZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sceptre Technologies, Inc
Sales Rank: 39496
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're watching the latest DVD or sorting through the recent batch of office spreadsheets, the Spectre X7SV-Naga will have your images looking their best. The widescreen format supplies truly distortion-free viewing, while the 500:1 contrast ratio and 400 nits of brightness creates superbly vivid colors and exceptionally sharp detail. Fully adjustable via a convenient remote control unit, you'll have realistic skin tones and a clearly visible screen under any lighting conditions.

Connectors are included for VHS and camcorders, gaming units, DVD players, and cable or an antenna, and a PC. Picture-in-Picture is a built-in feature, while ultra-wide viewing angles make it easy to see the screen from a variety of positions. Display options are furthered by the tilt-swivel base, which is removable for mounting the unit on an arm or wall. Sceptre includes a one-year warranty, covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 768 resolution, 16:9 widescreen ratio
  • Standard analog, digital DVI 24-pin, RCA, and S-video inputs
  • High 500:1 contrast ratio and 400-nit brightness
  • 160-degree viewing angles; fast 15/10 ms response time
  • Surround, MTS, stereo, and SAP sound; PC picture-in-picture; remote control

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor For Price
I bought this monitor nearly a year ago for $503 and free shipping, and I got much more than I paid for.The monitor is great for many reasons.It has every input you can think of - and even the wires to boot - so it is more than a computer monitor.I'm a college student, so it has become my TV, computer monitor, video game monitor.The PIP capabilities are also great.It is great when you are screwing around on the computer talking to people or whatnot, and you can have the CUBS game on at the same time.I have only a standard VGA output on my computer, and the picture quality is pretty good.I can't wait to see what it looks like with DVI.

I have few complaints.Mostly little annoying quirks.The monitor creates a lot of interference with speakers that are nearby; however, this only happens when the monitor is changing modes, or coming out of hibernation.The monitor automatically sets itself to "optimum" viewing levels...but it sometimes sets the clock incorrectly, causing a shaking of the screen.The Instructions were TERRIBLE.They really don't explain all the capabilities very well.

Overall, the best money I've spent in college.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good with a few issues
I bought this monitor for the 16:9 capability and the many
different video connectors it has.In general it works well,
though there are a few problems with it.One is that, although
it has a VESA mount on back for wall mounting, if you take the
base off it leaves two large holes visible under the monitor (as
others here have noted) AND the buttons on the front stop working
and the remote causes crazy things to happen.I've tried two of
these monitors and they both do the same thing.The base apparently
acts as both an electrical connection and perhaps as a
heat sink (the monitor gets fairly warm when on).You can wrap
some wire around the screws that used to hold the base on and the
remote and front buttons will work again, though if the base was
also acting as a heat sink problems may show up later on.
In computer SVGA and DVI modes the monitor sometimes causes
a ground loop-like loud hum in an audio mixer located
on the other side of the room.Cycling through the video modes
usually gets rid of it.
Sometimes when switching between onscreen displays on a VCR
or DVD player when the monitor is in NTSC or S-Video mode, the
monitor won't sync correctly and will display a double image.
Cycling through the video modes usually fixes it.It doesn't
appear to have this problem when displaying live video.
The first monitor made a very loud high pitched squeal when
on, similar to the noise analog tv sets make.The second one
also makes this noise, but at a much more reasonable level.It
seems strange that the new display technologies have not
eliminated this old bane from the analog world.
The image quality is good and the feature set is great.The
problems it exhibits I can live with.It would have been nice
if the Sceptre engineers had done a better job on sync and
mounting aspects.
When I returned the first monitor a tech rep called me
several days after I faxed in the info they requested (though

requiring a fax is kind of archaic these days) and gave me an
RMA after a few questions, so tech support was reasonable for me.

4-0 out of 5 stars Like a Swiss Knife
I don't know what people expect. I bought this based on several reviews amongst them a stellar one at CNET. My expectations were not as high as most people and I can tell you that I am very satisfied with the Sceptre. As a monitor it is fine. Text is crisp and colors vibrant. Compared to my Dell FP1800 though, the Dell most definetly comes out on top. But it is like a Swiss knife as it does so many different things.

As a TV with DirectTV hooked up via the Svideo connections it is very nice. Some ghosting and anomolies can be seen here and there but it surpassed my expectations. With just a basic OTA antenna hooked up the picture was just ok. It is certainly viewable and I have no problems with it's limitations here. I use 16x9 for all video aspects and it looks great.

With either Svideo or Component hookup for my DVD player is the area that it shines. Colors jump out at you and the 16x9 is perfect viewing.

And finally I come to the speakers. For my office with the Sceptre 3 feet away it comes across as clear and loud.

You get what you pay for is heard just about every Friday in anyones life, and the Sceptre has proven to be a most excellent product for my viewing habits. It does so many things, some very good and some that are just ok.

It is a keeper for me as I am quite happy with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Hard-of-hearing buyers, take note...
The picture quality on this monitor was quite satisfactory, and the 16:9 screen is great for watching DVDs and letterboxed movies, but despite all of this, there's one major gripe I have with this TV/monitor. The specifications listed on Sceptre's website and on several other sites claim that the X7SV has closed captioning functionality, but having actually looked at one of these monitors and returned it, I can say for a fact that it doesn't.

3-0 out of 5 stars BALBOABOB
WELL YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR, AND THIS IS A GREAT DEAL FOR THE MONEY, AND THE WAY THINGS ARE CHANGING SO FAST WITH MONITORS AND TVS YOU WILL BE OK. LOOKED FOR WEEKS BEFORE BUYING, AND IF YOU COMPARE PRICES THIS IS THE BEST, DEPENDING ON WHAT VIDEO CARD YOU HAVE WITH YOUR COMPUTER, WILL RESULT IN WHAT YOUR DISPLAY WILL LOOK LIKE. I BOUGHT A NEW CARD AND IT MADE A BIG DIFFERENCE> IF YOU WALL MOUNT IT, WHEN YOU TAKE OFF THE STAND THAT COMES WITH IT YOU WILL HAVE TWO BIG HOLES IN THE PLASTIC MOLDING RIGHT IN THE FRONT? (I WALL MOUNTED MINE AND BELIVE IT OR NOT REG. GRAY DUCT TAPE PULLED EVER SO TIGHT AND TRIMMED WITH A SHARP RAZOR BLADE MADE IT 100% BETTER)HAS A DVI CONNECTION BUT WITH THE PRICE OF DVI CABLE (WHICH I BOUGHT AND TOOK BACK) THERE WAS NO DIFFERENCE WITH THE DVI CABLE AND THE VGA CABLE. WELL JUST BUY TWO FOR THE PRICE AND GIVE ONE AWAY, STILL CAN'T FIND A SUB WOFFER THAT WILL GO INTO THE MINI-MINI PLUG INPUT THEY GIVE YOU ALSO NO AUDIO OUT> ... Read more


165. Sony 19IN LCD 500:1 1280X1024 SLIM ( SDM-S93 )
by Sony

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Asin: B0000ANF0E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 47763
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Product Description

Sony's STYLEPRO™ Series 19" Flat Panel LCD combines style and performance at a remarkable value. Enjoy flicker-free, bright and colorful screen images instantly with Automatic Image Adjustments. Slim design maximizes desktop space and adjustable tilt stand base provides ideal viewing angle for maximum comfort. Upgrade to a Sony LCD today!

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Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution; fine 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Auto-sensing ErgoBright technology
  • 25 ms response time, 600:1 contrast ratio; swivel base
  • PC and Mac compatible, 3-year warranty

166. Princeton LCD1700 17" LCD Monitor
by Princeton Graphics
list price: $319.00
our price: $246.99
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Asin: B0002TUWXY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Princeton Graphics
Sales Rank: 24153
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Princeton LCD1700 Monitor - 17" - LCD Active Matrix TFT - 0.264mm - 1280 x 1024 - Black17" TFT-LCD Panel:A 17" LCD panel is about equivalent to a 19" CRT, in terms of viewable image size and recommended resolutions.Automatic Auto Adjusting:Delivers crisp text and aligns image from edge to edge. Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on thePrinceton Graph LCD1700 - 17IN LCD 450:1 1280X1024 75HZ PRINCETON LCD1700 BLACK VGA VESA and all other Princeton Graph Monitors ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 150-degree horizontal and 130-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 450:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 of brightness, 16 ms response time
  • Supports optional wall mount; 2 built-in 1-watt speakers

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Princeton LCD line decent, but far from great
I bought this model due to the deal that was available at the time.For the price I find this lcd to be pretty good as long as you only have a analog connection.For everyday web browsing this is a pretty good deal.However if you planned on buying this for watching movies or playing games you might want to consider your purchase carefully.This lcd, despite its contrast spec, has rather poor contrast.Yes, you can tune up the contrast so that colors in games and movies become more distinguished, however at high contrast settings the lighter spectrum of colors become far too bright.It's almost impossible to adjust this monitor into a satisfying setting that you can usefor movie viewing and web browsing. But for the standard user this monitor will do fine.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor for the price
I got this monitor about a month ago. I have had zero problems with it and love it so much!!! I did a lot of research and it seemed this fit the bill well. It has at least and, succeeded some, of the minimum requirements which are pretty high now. The colors took some adjusting to since I had an ancient CRT monitor which had dulled over the years. It is crisp clear and I have had no "ghosting" problems. LOVE IT. Thanks Amazon.com

3-0 out of 5 stars Go for the Senergy model
Princeton Digital is really shooting themselves in the foot (feet?) by creating three separate lines of LCD monitors (SENergy, LCD and SL) and then selling the supposedly "high-end" SENergy series at low prices.If you want a 17" LCD monitor, check out the Priceton SENergy 714, which is a better-quality monitor for the same price -- lower if you can find a rebate.The SENergy monitors are better quality and also better supported.I really don't see why Princeton doesn't just consolidate all the products into one line and make sure all their offerings are solid in quality.Their "value"-oriented SL line is pissing off a lot of people. ... Read more


167. HP Pavilion F1903 19" LCD Monitor
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $717.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0000DHI6A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 42513
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

If you're into multimedia, you'll want to consider this large (19" viewable area), flat-panel LCD's excellent features. Its sharp, antiglare presentation, height-adjustable base, and Harman/Kardon speakers (on select models) team up to provide you with a superb digital viewing experience. Enjoy superior viewing with the 1280 x 1024 resolution. Hear the fantastic sound emanating from the Harman/Kardon external speakers. Comfortably play games, watch DVDs, and edit photos using the height-adjustable, antiglare screen. Save space in your home or office with the slim design (about 8.5" deep). Get going fast with the easy plug-and-play installation. Conserve energy with this energy-star-compliant monitor. Get longer screen life than you would with a CRT monitor. ... Read more

Features

  • 500:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness
  • 2 Harmon/Kardon speakers; PC and Mac compatible
  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and DVI-I digital interfaces
  • 130-degree horizontal, 120-degree vertical viewing angles

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Greatdesign, but bad color cast
I have a graphics card with two plugs, so I was able to compare this monitor side-by-side with a 19" X-Brite Sony LCD (one monitor used DVI, the other analog, but I switched back and forth and it didn't seem to make any difference which one was on which for my observations).

The Sony was bright and brilliant, and made the HP look positively dull by comparison. One big advantage of the HP is that it can show a true black screen; the Sony's blacks are marred by the backlight "leaking" in from the side.

However, the deal breaker with the HP was the color cast--there was a slight yellow tint that I couldn't get rid of, even after updating the drivers, and using the OSD to adjust colors, etc. Also, if one raises the monitor's contrast to above 75%, this color cast becomes much more pronounced.

I really wanted to like this monitor, but after comparing it side by side with the other monitor displaying the same image, I decided I just couldn't live with the yellow color cast.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME Monitor!!!
I compared to many other monitors including Samsung, NEC, Sony, etc. and was leaning toward a Sony based strictly on specs alone because of the higher brightness and contrast ratio. I decided it just wasn't worth the price difference since I really couldn't tell a difference staring at them side by side in a local store.

When I got this home I had to adjust the brightness down considerably. I can't imagine why I would need anything brighter. Anti glare surface works well.Picture clarity and colors are just awesome! I was really surprised at how much better it looks now then the display at the store.And compared to the 19" CRT I just replaced this with, WOW!I can't believe the difference.

Very well thought out design. Range of movement is excellent. There is no other monitor out there that compares to this in terms of adjustability.This was probably the thing that pushed me over the edge to buy the HP.Being able to adjust the monitor in any direction (tilt, height, side to side) with just one finger is very nice when I'm sharing with someone else.Only reason for the 4 rating for design is wire placement.I had problems fitting my fingers in the space provided on the back of the monitor to attach the cables and had to get my wife to help.But I can live with the initial annoying 5 minutes of setup considering everything else the monitor provides.

Having matching HK speakers is very nice for aesthetics.They are not the best, but are fine for my needs to hear when MS beeps at me, watch an occasional video or play CDs for some background music.

One recommedation - DEFINITELY follow the HP recommendations with installing the drivers!!It made a big difference in picture quality when I actually followed directions.

4-0 out of 5 stars Thoughtful design
This is my first LCD monitor, and I'm so picky that I did a lot of research and in-store playing before making my selection.

Comparing models side-by-side in the store, I found that despite the f1903's reported contrast ratio of only 500:1, I found it consistently as bright if not brighter than others with higher reported contrast ratios.(I was sure to check all the brightness/contrast settings.)So I wonder what that number really means.The lesson here is to look at the screen for yourself.

The highest praise goes to the very adjustable base and stand.It will tilt and swivel and even raise up and down to find your comfortable viewing angle.I was surprised to find that the height adjustment actually acts like a spring tensioned to the weight of the monitor, so it only takes a simple lift or press of the frame to raise and lower it.

It ships with the brightness set to 100% and the contrast at only 50%, but actually that looks perfect for a dim environment.Raising the contrast to 75% will sufficiently blast your retinas, but beyond that I notice some color distortions at the bright end.

It also ships set to a color temperature of 6500K (warm/yellow), and also offers 9300K (cool/blue), but I found that a custom setting of RGB(50,50,55) looks best to me.

The on-screen control interface is very attractive, but still functional.Unlike some other models I tried, it doesn't take 2 minutes to adjust a value from 0 to 100%.It could benefit from some presets or memory settings though, so one could quickly adjust for viewing in bright areas, dark areas, movie viewing, etc.It offers a slick opacity setting that you can adjust to your liking, and you can also move the control area around the screen.I moved mine to the lower right corner so it's above the buttons on the bezel, which makes sense to me.

My model shows one stuck pixel that comes and goes.Not bad when the HP specs allow for up to 7 flaws.And this one's not even noticable except on a black screen.

The viewing angle is reported at 170 degrees horizontal, but that's hardly an exact property to be measured.I actually find that when I move more than 30 degrees off center, the image turns slightly yellow like an old newspaper and gets dimmer as the angle increases.I don't see any sort of cut-off around 170 degrees though.

Pixel response would have to be my biggest disappointment, but I should point out that I'm picky.When scrolling black text in a browser, it can turn slightly purple or blue.Certain color combinations are particular bad though, and I discovered this while playing Yahoo! Pool.A red or pink ball moving across a green background leaves a very noticeable trail.Upon seeing this, I tried viewing a DVD, and found that certain high-speed action such as the running of a horse's legs will get blurred and possibly change color.But I realize that LCD technology has yet to match the performance of a traditional CRT, and given that, this monitor doesn't do bad at all.I've seen much worse on laptop screens.

I also noticed that this particular LCD acts a little different than most when touched.Specifically, it leaves not just a dot where my finger pressed, but a dot with an X through it.This is neither good nor bad, but I just found it interesting.I'm curious what technology is at work behind that behavior.

I should note that I'm using the DVI connection and supplied DVI-D cable.(The box doesn't indicate that any DVI cable is included, but mine had one, so don't do like I did and buy one extra then have to return it.)However for analog connections, there are some very simple calibration tools to give you the best possible picture.And the "auto" button on the bezel is only for analog connections.(I tried to use the calibration and the auto button before I realized it wasn't necessary for digital connections.)

Overall I'm very satisfied, but it loses a star for the viewing angle and pixel response.

4-0 out of 5 stars Elevates your desktop to new levels and a good tv screen
A 19 inch monitor is pretty big these days for a PC.Apple with their new 30 widescreen is in a different league (more like furniture), but for normal people this monitor will suffice.It makes my old 17 inch LCD feel small and is probably as big as my 20 inch TV.

For the price (get it at discount), you can't beat this HP F1903.Not only does it look good, it is sharp, relatively bright, just large enough to wow you and its stand will elevate off your desk almost 8 inches.Why does this matter?You will no longer scrunch your back while you potatosurf the internet.

The default settings were already at 100% brightness, but the contrast seemed low.Boosting contrast slightly made reading a lot easier and increased sharpness slightly.If you increase contrast too much, the colors change (like from grey to yellowgrey).

I have a TV tuner card in my desktop and having a 19 inch TV on your desktop will instantly save you couch time for that casual channel surfing when you're bored.

The colors are not as saturated as the Samsung 19 inch that my friend has, but are more realistic.Skin does look smooth on this monitor, not red or orange.Which brings me to this: Download the most current drivers on the HP website for an accurate color profile.

The package weighs 26 pounds and this is mostly due to the heavy base.All is forgiven when you slide this monitor up higher off your desk.Your posture will thank you for sure.

I paid slightly more than a 17 inch monitor and got a great 19 inch LCD which looks modern and gives me larger viewing (at 1280x1024, everything looks better bigger vs. a 17inch monitor).The silver bezel looks nice against a light colored wall- it is not as imposing as an all black monitor.HP has some high quality touches like a backlit power button, a very good antiglare coating, and a very solid (almost heavy) base.It comes fully assembled and with a pair of basic Harmon Kardon speakers (I have not used yet). ... Read more


168. NEC AccuSync ASLCD72V-BK 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
by NEC-Mitsubishi
list price: $319.99
our price: $284.99
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Asin: B00065ECFS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 40334
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Product Description

NEC/Mitsubishi ASLCD72V-BK 17-Inch Black LCD Enjoy the latest LCD technology without the hefty price tag with the 17" NEC AccuSync LCD72V, a value-driven flat-panel monitor. This model features touch-integration capabilities, NaViSet™ software, exceptional screen performance, low power consumption, a space-saving cabinet design and Rapid Response™ technology for virtually uninterrupted, undistorted viewing of high-speed, full-motion video. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm pixel pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and 145-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 450:1 contrast ratio; 250 cd/m2 of brightness
  • NaViSet intuitive display settings control

169. LG Electronics L1710SK 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor (Black)
by LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
list price: $289.99
our price: $289.99
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Asin: B0002A0BAM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
Sales Rank: 15629
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Product Description

MODEL- L1710SK VENDOR- L.G. ELECTRONICS FEATURES- Flatron 17 ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year quick swap warranty
  • 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and 140-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 450:1 contrast ratio
  • Simple plug-and-play setup, onscreen menus for easy operation

170. LG Electronics L1910SK 19" LCD Monitor (Silver)
by LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
list price: $799.00
our price: $337.99
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Asin: B0002A0B52
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
Sales Rank: 12294
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

An ergonomically designed workhorse, the Flatron LCD L1910SK has a footprint that's ideal for any office environment, large or small. Its color is extraordinary, and its viewing capabilities and digital on-screen adjustments are especially convenient. The L1910S takes the work out color monitors!

  • Brilliant Active Matrix TFT Display
  • Auto-Synchronous Support from 640 x 350 up to 1280 x 1024 @ 75Hz
  • 176/176 Degree Wide Viewing Angle Technology
  • Simple One Touch-Auto-Setup Function
  • LightView Function (Brightness Control)
  • VESA DDC2B, DDC1, Plug and Play Compatible
  • Universal 90-264 VAC Power
  • EPA Energy Star and VESA DPMS Compliant
  • TCO'99 Low-Emission Compliant
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Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year quick swap warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.294 mm pixel pitch
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio
  • VESA wall mountable with optional bracket

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor for the price
Its a great monitor for the price.There are better ones on the market but this one is a great value.I recommend it highly. ... Read more


171. Sony SDM-S74/S 17IN LCD-1280X1024 75HZ SLV GREY
by Sony

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Asin: B000205GJS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 51982
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Product Description

The SDM-S74 Series features very fast response times - optimal for gaming or watching videos. The fast graphics processor (200Mhz) delivers consistent high-quality images and video. Moreover, this screen features a DVI connector that enables you to enhance the quality of pictures even more. The professional S-Series displays all have a very slim bezel so that multiple screens fit next to each other easily. The advanced ECO-mode provides a better ergonomy for the eyes, a longer lifetime and saves power. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year limited warranty
  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution; 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and digital DVI-D inputs
  • Wide 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250-nit brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio

172. LG Electronics L1510S 15" LCD Monitor (Silver)
by LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B0002A0BFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LG ELECTRONICS - OPTICAL STORAGE
Sales Rank: 44606
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Product Description

FEATURES- Flatron 15 LCD Display- Black bezel The LG Flatron L1510SK is the perfect space saving monitor with the quality and reliability you expect from LG. With auto-synchronous support from 640 x 350 up to 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz fast 16ms response time and a brilliant active matrix TFT display viewing is a joy. Plus it is PC and MAC compatible has great features like simple one button auto setup and is VESA DDC2B DDC1 Plug and Play compatible - all in a slim design. The FLATRON L1510SK Active Matrix LCD Color Monitor from LG. Memory modes with 14 Factory Preset 14 User-Settable. Includes Display Power cord Signal cable manual and install disk. -- SPECIFICATIONs --------------------------------------DISPLAY - 15.0 TFT Color Active Matrix LCD Display Area : 12.0 x 9.0 Display Colors: more than 16.1 million Viewing Angle : 160 degrees horizontal 140 degrees vertical Backlighting : 2CCFL Hard coating (3H) surface treatment Anti-GlareRESOLUTION - max. 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz 720 x 480 @ 70Hz 832 x 624 @ 75Hz 640 x 480 @ 75Hz 800 x 600 @ 75Hz 640 x 350 @ 70HzPIXEL PITCH - 0.297mm x 0.297mm pixel RGB Stripe Arrangement Pixel Configuration BRIGHTNESS - 250 cd/m2 (typical) CONTRAST RATIO- 400: 1 (typical) RESPONSE TIME - 16ms (typical) FREQUENCY - Horizontal: 3163 KHz Vertical : 5675 Hz INPUT SIGNAL - RGB Analog (0.7Vp-p) Sync: Separate H/VCONNECTORs - 15 pin D-sub (DB15) VGA port CONTROLS - Front Panel: Power Menu Adjust (Up/Down/Left/Right) Auto-Set LightView. On-Screen : Brightness Contrast Horizontal/Vertical Position Clock Phase 5 Language Select Image Size Auto-Adjust OSD Position Color Temp (9300K 6500K User) Information LightView.AUDIO - NoneVESA MOUNT - Standard VESA Mounting 75mm x 75mm Screw Spacing (optional)TILT - Down 5 degrees Up 30 degreesAPPROVALS - TCO99 MPR-II UL1950 FCC-B EPA Energy Star IEC950 CE TUV-GS SEMKO GOST ISO 9241-378 C-TICK VCCI-2 DDC2B DDC1POWER- 90264 VAC 50/60Hz. Consumption: 28 watts On 3 watts Suspend SIZE - 14.0w x 14.2h x 6.0d WT.- 8.8 ... ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year quick swap warranty
  • 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution, 0.297 mm pixel pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and 140-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Portrait and landscape display modes

173. 7" Wide-Screen Sun Visor TFT-LCD Monitor
by POWER ACOUSTIK
list price: $599.95
our price: $175.99
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Asin: B000165DDW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: POWER ACOUSTIK
Sales Rank: 10532
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Product Description

  • 7" active matrix TFT-LCD with 16:9 aspect ratio and 1440 x 234 resolution
  • 3 screen modes (full, wide and normal)
  • 1 video input for VCR or game console
  • On-screen programming
  • Front panel controls and wireless remote ... Read more

    Features

    • 7" active matrix TFT-LCD with 16:9 aspect ratio and 1440 x 234 resolution
    • 3 screen modes (full, wide and normal)
    • 1 video input for VCR or game console
    • On-screen programming
    • Front panel controls and wireless remote

  • 174. Sony SDM-HS73/B 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
    by Sony
    list price: $499.99
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    Asin: B0001R05YI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 32909
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
    • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm pixel pitch
    • 500:1 contrast ratio, 250-nit brightness
    • Innovative floating frame design
    • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor, buy it!
    I bought this monitor about two years ago and I have never had a single problem with it. It's flat, it's attractive, and it works wonderfully. Even my Mac-loving graphic designer boyfriend agrees it's great. Get it, you will not regret it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended
    I purhcased this monitor because it had a very sharp and vibrant display.I first saw it at Best Buy and was very pleased with its quality.I primarily play PC games but also do some home audio recording.Everything on my PC now looks so beautiful that it is like I'm using a brand new computer.I have never been happier with a monitor purchase, so I felt compelled to come to Amazon and write a review.I have not experienced any "dead pixels" and have been using this for over 3 weeks.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good but not great LCD that should be given the price
    Firstly I must say that I have had no dead pixel problem as yet, but I have had it only a few days so far.

    Now that is put aside. This is a very nice monitor to use, it has very good color balance and depth that is better than the average LCDs I've looked at and used. The backlighting creates a smoothing effect on the pixilation that is apparent with LCDs and a strong contrast which most people look for in monitors (possibly too strong. In a not too well lit room, it can become a bit hard on the eyes).

    Overall this is no doubt a very good LCD monitor, but it is still a LCD monitor and along with all the pluses it still suffers the usual foibles of LCDs. Namely lack of true color representation (only noticeable to the pro type multimedia worker or anybody dealing with ‘real-life’ imagery generally), viewing angle restrictions etc.

    In addition to this there are two other down sides that stop me caling this a great product. Firstly the glass like paneling (that I assume works with the back lighting to create a nicer image) is good for general image quality, but does create a reflective effect i.e if there is a strong light source over your shoulder and you are looking at darkish images it is REALY annoying. I had to keep moving my big fat head to get a clear view of the opening scene of the Matrix. This shouldn’t be a problem in most cases (anybody?) but the way I’ve got things set up at home office it’s a pain – so much so that if I may be taking mine back in a day or two before it’s too late.

    The second things is a little harder to pin down as to why, but text just doesn’t seem as easy to read as on an average LCD (I had one sitting in the same spot as the HS73 only a day or two ago). I don’t know if it’s the backlighting working nastiest on my hard contact lenses or what (hard contacts refract a lot more light into the eye than those who have normal vision or even soft lenses I’m told – just to explain what I’m on about.) I can’t say much more than that except that typing this document is not as easy on the eyes as it was using a run of the mill mid priced LCD (it was a BenQ comparable to the Sony, but half the price, I don’t remember the exact model number). This could just be a matter of fiddling with the settings. In every other department though this monitor is FAR superior which is why I might just put up with the cons.

    To surmise:

    Pros: Very nice image for general computer use, strikes a good balance between general readability and graphic rendition. Most LCDs seem to do one or the other well. Very strong contrast and good color rendering, the best I’ve seen on an LCD.

    Cons: Usual LCD limitation, plus doesn’t react well to strong ambient light which creates reflections on the screen that can be annoying. Oh yea and the price, if I had the ability to take a 1/2 star off I would for that reason.


    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent LCD monitor, Best Deal from Amazon
    I did not know why the previous two reviewers gave this monitor so low score. I bought it form amazon.com 10 days ago. I could not find any dead pixel. Before I put my order, I went to a Best Buy store to look it and to compare it with a couple of models from Samsung and HP. For Quality of picture and text, HS73 is an apparent winner. It is just a little bit pricy. But from Amazon, I paid $484 for it. Plus SONY now offers $50 mail-in rebate(expire 9/25/2004). This is the best deal.
    By the way, to eliminate the bleeding text, you need to set the screen resolution to 1280X1024 pixels.

    1-0 out of 5 stars LOOKS GOOD BUT DEAD PIXELS ARE FREQUENT~!
    Looks good but poor manufacturing quality.Jesus I had to return four because of dead pixels.I had like 3 the first time, 2 the second return and the 1 the next.If you buy this lcd go to the stores like bestbuys so you can return em once a dead pixel shows up.Its quite annoying.Finally I got one w/ no dead pixels but about 2 days later I got a dead pixel.My friends dell/samsung made lcd was working for like the whole year and doesnt have one dead pixel.

    I think I'll go Samsung.Sony products are going down the drain.They still got the looks but jesus once samsung gets a better look say buh bye sony. ... Read more


    175. NEC LCD2080UX+BK 20.1" LCD Monitor (Black)
    by NEC-Mitsubishi

    our price: $1,092.49
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    Asin: B000120ZRU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
    Sales Rank: 49788
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    From the Manufacturer

    A 20-inch (20.1-inch viewable image) TFT LCD display from NEC/Mitsubishi, the LCD2080UX+ is a sleek and stylish monitor that delivers a high-quality image and a number of useful features. A maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200, fast 25 ms response time, and 0.255 mm dot pitch combine with a 350:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness, and up to 16.7 million colors to provide detailed, true-to-life images suitable for a wide variety of home and professional uses.

    Wide-Angle Viewing
    In conventional LCDs (top), liquid crystals stand on end, resulting in a narrow viewing angle. Wide-angle technology (bottom) lets light pass through the crystals at their most efficient orientation for a dramatically wider angle.
    With a small 17.4-by-7.9-inch footprint, the LCD2080UX+ fits easily onto any convenient surface and is also wall mountable, freeing up desktop space completely. 176-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide visual clarity from nearly any location, while the anti-glare, anti-static screen treatment helps cut back on harmful reflections and the resulting eye-strain.

    With onscreen controls, you can adjust a wide variety of monitor settings, including brightness, contrast, H/V position, H/V size, color temperature, and more. The height of the monitor is adjustable by as much as 2.8 inches, while a screen rotation feature lets you use your display in either portrait or landscape mode.

    TCO '95 and Energy Star certified, the LCD2080UX+ is a plug-and-play unit, ready to use right out of the box. Despite its large screen, it weighs just 21.3 pounds. It supports VGA analog, DVI-D, and DVI-I digital video signals and connects to your computer via a 15-pin mini D-sub male to DVI-A cable (supplied), or a DVI-D to DVI-D cable (also supplied). The universal 100 (110-240V) 50-60Hz internal power supply consumes about 54 W during normal operation and less than 1 W during standby. PC and Mac compatible, the LCD2080UX+ also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Monitor, base, user's manual, CD ROM, cable cover, one 15-pin mini D-sub male to DVI-A, one DVI-D to DVI-D connector, power cord, warranty information ... Read more

    Features

    • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year limited warranty
    • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 0.255 mm dot pitch
    • Analog and digital DVI-I and DVI-D inputs
    • 176-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
    • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 350:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time

    176. AG Neovo F-415 15" TFT LCD Display (black)
    by AG Neovo
    list price: $349.99
    our price: $227.04
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    Asin: B00005MJ9R
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AG Neovo
    Sales Rank: 29557
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Has the real estate value of your desktop skyrocketed? Is there so little space, thanks to that big, bulky monitor, that your coffee cup can't afford rent? Then perhaps you're ready to graduate to a flat-panel monitor, freeing up desktop acreage. AG Neovo F-15 TFT LCD has 15 diagonal inches of viewing area and TFT active matrix technology for a bright, clear picture. It uses 80 percent less space on your desk than your old CRT monitor does, and it offers 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution and a flicker-free 85 Hz refresh rate.

    With its color-enhancing Crystal Optic Filter, the F-15 TFT boasts a patent-pending anti-glare, anti-reflective filter on the LCD screen, enhancing performance and protecting against scratches, dust, and dirt.

    The F-15 TFT can be viewed from a variety of angles ranging from 140 degrees horizontal to 115 degrees vertical. Compatible with both PC and Mac computers via a 15-pin Mini D-Sub connection, the monitor carries a one-year warranty. ... Read more

    Features

    • Superior color and contrast guarantee viewer comfort
    • 15-inch TFT active matrix LCD
    • 1024 by 768 resolution
    • Foldable, small footprint stand
    • Anti-glare, anti-reflective screen filter

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great quality and value
    We purchased this monitor for a "second" PC but found it very suitable for a primary system if you're looking for a 15" flat panel monitor.It has a very bright and sharp image.THe "auto adjust" feature is great and the detailed controls are very easy to use.It seems very sturdy in its construction and was packaged well.We are very happy with this monitor.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dual Monitors rock!
    I do high-end digital audio recording on my home computer and I have 2 of the F415's side-by-side on swingarms. I have the recording software on one screen and the mixer on the other. The AG Neovo LCD monitors are great! The lighting is usually dimmed and the first thing I had to do was turn DOWN the contrast and brightness of these monitors, as it was just too much!Resolution has been more than enough for my uses, even when I call up 6 Megapixel digital photos. This was probably the smartest buy of my entire computer setup. Very high quality product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor
    This monitor looks great and I am thinking about getting I just wanted to say that the first guy that posted lives right near me. I live In Silver Spring and close to wheaton and olney. weird

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Picture, Low Cost
    I have loved this monitor from the day it was purchased. The picture ont his monitor is perfect, ther is no galre at all because of the AG Neovo design. I was surprised AG Neovo is not widely sold in Americaa, in Europe it is very popular. I found AG Neovo's at Amazon.com and Compusa. Amazon was of course cheaper. There is not a single dead pixel on my monitor. The power cablr that connects to the actual monitor is extremely thin because it goes to a seperate small power adapter making this very cost effective. It has an auto set feature, which I am surprised did not show up on Amazon. I build my computers, and have an MSI motherboard. On my old monitor when the computer is started the MSI symbol is way off center and looks horrible, then Windows XP was always a little off. That was a good CTX Monitor. This new monitor sets itself so the MSI symbol is perfectly symbol as well as Windows XP. Don't be taken by a higher ratio or higher resolution of other monitors, this monitor is just as good, or even better. My Viewsonic, NEC, and Samsung lcd's were all horrible. The picture was bad and there was a lot of glare. With this monitor I have never had a problem. I highly recommend this monitor or any of the AG Neovo's to anyone who wants a quality monitor. The f-series also has a very low price compared to its competitiors.

    5-0 out of 5 stars AG neovo ... ROCKS
    After looking long and hard for the "perfect" LCD monitor for my needs ; my search is over. After purchasing a Samsung (2 1/2 stars)from Best buy and then a NEC from Circuit city (3 stars)I finally did some hard core research and discovered this brand. It was a breeze to set up and the quality difference is simply amazing. Eye popping colors and no glare...finally.
    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !!! ... Read more


    177. NEC 1560M-BK 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
    by NEC-Mitsubishi
    list price: $379.99
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    Asin: B00008456C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
    Sales Rank: 47835
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The NEC-Mitsubishi 1560M high-performance flat-panel monitor features a bright screen and enhanced features that allow you to work intelligently and maximize productivity. NEC's Rapid Response technology provides lifelike full-motion video with a response time of 30ms or less. Rapid Response delivers streaming video, while virtually eliminating ghosting or blurring and while achieving at least 33 frames per second (fps).

    No Touch AutoAdjust eliminates the hassle of adjusting screen controls to reach preferred settings when first connecting to a new system. Exclusive NaViSet software (available by download) offers an intuitive graphical user interface to adjust settings via mouse and keyboard instead of using the monitor's up-front buttons.

    With both DVI-D and 15-pin VGA connectors, the 1560M bridges the gap between analog and digital systems by allowing the same monitor to work seamlessly in either environment. Plus, the 1560M lets you simultaneously toggle between PC and Mac environments, for the ultimate in versatile performance. ... Read more

    Features

    • 3-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible
    • 1024 x 768 resolution, 0.297mm dot pitch
    • High 450:1 contrast ratio; built-in speakers
    • Dual analog and digital DVI-D connectivity
    • No Touch AutoAdjust and NaViSet software

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better this 15" Best Monitor than any 17" so-so monitor...
    It doesn't get any better than this - this 15" is the best that the industry has to offer. Period.

    The price is going up well before December/03 due to the competition with 15" TV's, where the profit is so much better at a retail price of $700+ on a 15" TV. As of 12/20 I paid $382 plus $30 to get this 15" LCD monitor to me by Christmas Eve. As it stands before me, I can tell you that it's well worth it.

    My NEC 1560M-BK has no - I repeat - NO DEAD PIXELS - when other manufacturers are willing to let you suffer through up to 8 dead pixels. Even one dead pixel - particularly dead center on your screen - is enough to drive you nuts. A knat on your nose.

    The "word" is that 15" LCD screens are at a premium right now, there are several manufacturers invested in new facilities that will be coming online in the summer of 2004. The price, at that time, will start to drop like a rock as there will actually be excess capacity. But that's the nature of computers, is it not? You're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't. Can you wait?

    So get youself one of these NEC LCD1560M-BK's, you'll be happy. But just try to find one. Rottsa Ruck.

    To repeat:

    1) This is very best 15" monitor that you'll find. Seriously and Period. No dead pixels. Bright. Contrasty (you'll actually have to tone it down from its presets, if you turn 180 degrees away from it you'll actually see your skeleton projected on the wall behind you).

    2) You'll not find it.

    3) It's better than nearly all 17" LCD monitors. Beware of any manufacturer's LCD specifications, they tend to, ahem, lie. Do your research, third party opinions might be the best. PCWorld might be a good place to start. They don't care for what's-his-name anyway.

    4) You'll not find it.

    And best wishes to you all this eve of Christmas - Happy Holidays!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bright - Excellent Contrast - Built in Speakers
    Excellent Monitor, Brighter and with higher contrast than my old Dell Screen. Its size is just right for a cramped desk. I looked at several other models before deciding on this one based on its rating in PC World (#1 for 15" Monitors) and its higher contrast levels and brigtness as compared to the competition (and a NEC model without the built in Speakers). It arrived in just one day - despite my choice of free shipping - and the screen is just fabulous. Plus it comes with a 3 year warranty and had no - nada - none - dead pixels.

    A most excellent flat screen monitor. ... Read more


    178. Microtek C893 18" LCD Monitor
    list price: $479.99
    our price: $383.79
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001NA3GM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Microtek
    Sales Rank: 7558
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The C893 from Microtek is an ergonomic 18-inch LCD monitor with advanced digital controls and a crisp onscreen image. With its 1,280 x 1,024 (SXGA) resolution and 0.279 mm dot pitch, images are accurate and true-to-life, while a 400:1 contrast ratio and 200 nits of brightness provide easy-to-read text and graphics. The anti-glare screen coating helps cut back on harmful reflections and eye-strain, and 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a wide range of visual clarity. A -5 to +35 degree tilt lets you adjust the monitor position to suit your viewing environment.

    Onscreen menus access a number of monitor functions, including brightness, contrast, color, language, auto adjust, and auto balance. A slim 17.7-by-9.7-inch footprint fits onto even the most cluttered of desktops, while plug-and-play compatibility makes setup quick and easy. The AC 110-240V power supply consumes about 48 watts of power during normal operation and meets Energy Star standards. Compatible with PC and Mac operating platforms, the C893 also comes backed with a three-year limited hardware warranty.

    What's in the Box
    Monitor, base, RGB video cable, power adapter, power cord, documentation ... Read more

    Features

    • 1,280 x 1,024 SXGA maximum resolution
    • 0.279 mm dot pitch
    • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
    • 200 cd/m2 of brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio
    • PC and Mac compatible, 3-year warranty

    179. Sony SDM-HX73/B 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
    by Sony
    list price: $569.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000DANGF
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 42076
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Some monitors are serious workhorses, some are frilly playboys, and some, like the SDM-HX73, strike exactly the right balance. Supplying digital and analog data transfer (and including the necessary cables for both), you'll find all your images improved, from family movies to complex video games and web sites, thanks to vividly contrasting colors, smooth video transfer, and impressively fast response.

    The monitor also does an excellent job with serious tasks. A native resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, fine 0.264 mm dot pitch, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 400 nits of brightness work together behind the scenes to provide cleanly legible graphics and text that will keep you reading comfortably for hours. Sony's optimization technology automatically adjusts the screen to varying lighting conditions, while Automatic ImageSet keeps the display set precisely the way you like it.

    A softly curved base and shimmering frame create a subtle backdrop, outlining the display without detracting from the work at hand. Sony backs the display with a three-year warranty covering parts, labor, and backlight.

    What's in the Box
    Display; stand; AC power cord; DVI-D, HD15, and stereo audio cables; limited-warranty card; CD-ROM for PC/MAC with user's manual, utility files, Display Adjustment Tool; Quick Setup Guide ... Read more

    Features

    • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
    • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.264mm dot pitch
    • Analog and digital DVI-D signal compatibility, both cables included
    • 400 nits of brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio
    • Integrated stereo speakers

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better than expected
    Just got this monitor along with my new HP m470n Media Center PC.Works great!!My previous was a Philips 17" CRT.There were no dead pixels, and the clarity is great.Very bright and clear images.

    Make sure you install the drivers from the CD, and in particular, go through the display optimization steps for both Media Center as well as on the Sony CD itself.Otherwise the factory default settings may not get it right.I also found that the TV picture is clearest when it takes up one quadrant of the screen; otherwise you need to move back further.

    Net/net I am very happy with the monitor.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Excellent - for what it is
    I tested this monitor using its DVI-D input connected to my PNY GeForce FX5900 128MB Graphics Card's DVI-D output. The presentation was bright and clean, although my unit had one dead pixel in the lower right quadrant. It was most noticeable on a pure white background. From what I have read, this problem with one or more dead pixels is quite common with all LCD monitors, so it's truly the luck of the draw to get a screen that doesn't have at least one. However, while it may be considered "normal", it is simply unacceptable to expect people to put up with such glaring flaws when shelling out this kind of $.

    This is a beautiful monitor, aesthetically speaking, and the set up was virtually plug and play on my Windows XP Pro-based system. The controls include one-touch presets for different viewing modes (gaming, pc, video). I found that it was wonderful on strictly computer-based images (i.e., gaming, where its 16ms response time meant no blurring of moving images), text (although there was some lack of clarity with smaller fonts when running it at its recommended native resolution of 1280x1024), web surfing, etc. However, the rendering of high-quality graphics and DVD movie playback is similar to all LCD monitors, i.e., flat, lacking in detail and incapable of rendering accurate color - in other words, far inferior to a high quality CRT.

    In spite of the fact that most computer stores are selling (pushing, actually) almost nothing but LCD monitors, they are simply inferior to CRTs for rendering accurate color, detail in high quality graphics and DVD movie playback.

    For this reason, I returned it for a refund. I will instead purchase the new 22" IBM ThinkVision C220p CRT, which is listed by IBM on their website at $589. It is the top IBM CRT (Trinitron-based). Per IBM: "...the C220p is best suited for professional graphics applications such as CAD/CAM/CAE, desktop publishing, web design, digital content creation, video editing and high-definition image manipulation..." Basically it should blow away this or any other LCD monitor for reproduction of high quality graphics and DVD movie playback - not to mention IBM's 3-year Rapid-replacement warranty. They'll ship another one to you and take the defective one and even pay the shipping! I guess you don't get to be IBM by jerking people around on defective merchandise. Try getting the same deal from Sony. Yeah, right.

    Given the caveats, only you can decide if the Sony SDM-HX73 monitor will fill your needs. ... Read more


    180. Sony SDM-HS75/B 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
    by Sony
    list price: $399.99
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    Asin: B0007RTCDW
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 58299
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The SDMHS75B from Sony is a 17-inch active matrix TFT LCD with a sleek, ergonomic design for a great look on your desk and analog inputs for simple setup and wide compatibility. No matter what the application, the SDMHS75's 1,280 x 1,024 resolution and 0.264mm dot pitch deliver a high-quality, accurate image that is up to the task.

    With the monitor's 500:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 of brightness, and anti-glare screen coating, you can easily see onscreen images and text even in brightly-lit environments. Plus, the ErgoBright technology optimizes brightness for any lighting condition to reduce eyestrain. Whether you're watching movies at home with the family or delivering presentations at work, the wide 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles allow everybody to easily see the screen, and a fast 16 ms response time ensures that motion graphics and video are displayed without interruption.

    The SDMHS75 connects to your computer via a 15-pin mini D-sub port and is plug-and-play compatible, so setup is a snap. Its small 15.3-by-5.5-inch footprint makes a slender addition to your desktop, and wall-mount compatibility lets you free up desktop space completely. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems, the SDMHS75 comes backed with a thee-year limited warranty on parts, labor, and backlight.

    What's in the Box
    Monitor, AC power cord, quick setup guide, CD-ROM with Windows and Macintosh utility files, HD15 video signal cable, warranty card ... Read more

    Features

    • Simple plug-and-play setup; PC and Mac compatible
    • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm pitch
    • 250-nit brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, 16 ms pixel response
    • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
    • 0 to 20-degree tilt; wall mountable with optional bracket

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