Update on a New Monitor

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by C. Matthew McMahon, Aug 28, 2004.

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  1. C. Matthew McMahon

    C. Matthew McMahon Christian Preacher

    I've been waiting for a very long time to get an LCD monitor.

    Based on having such a great month at work, I set aside some dough to buy one and did today. It came with a rebate too!

    I got a 19" Envision monitor. It was rated by many sites to be one of the best new monitors on the market. Viewsonic, Sony, Samsung and HP had some competition monitors, but they did not compare to this one based on price and features.

    I must say, it is a winner. Crisp, clear, vibrant, and a great screen to look at. I have the settings on 1600 X 1240 which is it max resolution, and it just does not get any better than this. It will make using Frontpage for the website much easier with a larger screen by 1.5 inches than I had, and the great screen resolution is better on my eyes.

    Just and FYI - anyone wanting a good monitor, here are the specs:

    Cabinet Color Bezel: Silver w/black accent; Back Cover/Base: Black
    Panel TFT Active Matrix LCD
    VIS: 19" ( 48cm ), Diagonal
    Pixel Pitch 0.294mm x 0.294mm
    Display Area 376mm x 301mm
    Brightness 250 cd/m2 (typ)
    Contrast Ratio 600:1 (typ)
    Response Time 25ms (typ)
    Viewing Angle Horizontal: 170 Degrees (typ)
    Vertical: 170 Degrees (typ)
    Compatibility VESA, SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA
    MacÂ(r) Equipped With VGA Port
    Scanning Frequency Horizontal: 24K~83KHz, Vertical: 55~75Hz
    Pixel Frequency 135MHz
    Maximum Resolution [email protected]
    Recommended Resolution [email protected]
    Resolutions Supported [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]/72/75Hz, [email protected]/60/72/75Hz, [email protected]/70/72/75Hz, [email protected]/75Hz
    Color 16M
    Analog Input Video: 0.7Vp-p, RGB Analog
    Separate Sync: TTL Level
    H/V Sync: Positive / Negative
    Digital Input DVI-D (TMDS)
    Connectors Analog RGB Signal: 15-pin D-sub Male
    DVI-D: 24-pin DVI-D
    Power: 3-Pin Plug (CEE22)
    Power Source DC Universal 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz
    Power Consumption 60Watts (Max.)
    Plug & Play DDC1/2B
    User Control Auto Adjust, Left/Vol-, Right/Vol+, Menu, On/Off
    OSD Function Brightness, Contrast, Focus**, Clock**, H/V Position**, Color Temp (Warm, Cool & User) Input Select, OSD H/V, OSD Timeout, OSD Language, Input Signal Information, Reset, Exit
    OSD Languages English, French, Intalian, German, Spanish & Chinese
    Regulations UL, CSA, FCC, TUV/GS, CE, ISO 13406-2 Class II, Windowsr XP Logo
    Built-in Speakers 3W x 2
    Other Features VESA 75mm Wall Mount Compliant*, Kensington Security Slot, 110mm Height Adjustment, 90° Pivot, 70° Swivel, 25° Tilt
    (WxHxD mm) 438x441.5-551.5x243
    (WxHxD inches) 17.2x17.4-21.7x9.6
    Monitor Dimensions w/o Base (WxHxD) 438x441.5-551.5x73.5 mm, 17.2x17.4-21.7x2.9 inches
    Weight 7.8 kgs (17.2.0 lbs) net
    Loading Qty w/pallet 20' = 528 pcs.; 40' Std = 1100 pcs.
    Warranty 3 Years
    UPC Code 685417784240

    5 Stars from me!
  2. SmokingFlax

    SmokingFlax Puritan Board Sophomore

    ...and the price?
  3. C. Matthew McMahon

    C. Matthew McMahon Christian Preacher

    The price runs from $600-800. I bought it brandsmart for the $600. It is the ONLY LCD monitor with a 3 year mfr guarantee. (Which was important to me.) It also has a rebate right now, so I got it total for $500. THat was the same price, roughly, of my last 19" CRT monitor. So I am happy I waited.
  4. Scott Bushey

    Scott Bushey Puritan Board Doctor

    And I got the 19 inch hand me down!
    yuk yuk yuk
  5. blhowes

    blhowes Puritan Board Professor

    [quote:59b8add7ad="Scott Bushey"]And I got the 19 inch hand me down!
    yuk yuk yuk[/quote:59b8add7ad]Sometimes its not what you know, but who you know that counts.
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