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  • RE: Samsung Unveils New Touch-Enabled Monitors For The Windows 8 Crowd

    «Touch monitor» ?!! Hope those intending to use it have long arms ! For my part, I'd much rather see Samsung concentrating on producing monitors with higher resolutions, say a 27" with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 (or still better, 3840 x 2400) at affordable prices.... Henri
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by mhenriday on Wed, Jan 2 2013
  • RE: ASUS PB278Q 27-inch WQHD Monitor Review

    Don't forget, Dorkstar , that the monitor which is the subject of this review has a resolution of 2560 x 1440, so the situation is not quite as dire as you paint it. But the question I posed above remains - if Japan Display can produce and market a 7-inch tablet screen with a resolution of 2560 x...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by mhenriday on Thu, Nov 29 2012
  • RE: ASUS PB278Q 27-inch WQHD Monitor Review

    Dorkstar , here in Sweden high-resolution monitor prices did drop significantly a couple of years ago, but since then they've held steady. I was, however, encouraged to see that the price of the 27" ASUS monitor described here is lower than that of, say, the older Samsung 27" monitors with...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by mhenriday on Wed, Nov 28 2012
  • RE: AOC Outs 27-inch LED Monitor

    Not only does Eizo have such a monitor, Samsung does as well, the S27A850D, with a PLS panel. Unfortunately, AOC doesn't inform us as to what sort of panel is used in the monitor mentioned here, which leads me to suspect that it's a TN, with all of the concomitant problems with respect to colour...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by mhenriday on Fri, Feb 17 2012
  • Samsung Adds New Slim Touch of Color LCD Monitor

    Samsung Electronics announced the release of its 70 Series Monitors. The three new monitors (models P2070, P2370, and P2370HD) offer a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 for deep, rich colors. To minimize blurring during fast-action game play, the monitors feature a 2ms (GTG) video response time. The...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by on Thu, May 7 2009
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