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  • RE: Asus Unveils Bodacious 4K Ultra HD 31.5-Inch Monitor

    I want it ! I want it ! But then I'd need a new and equally bodacious graphics card to drive it and I'd have to clear some space on my desk - all of which I'm quite willing to do, if I can just beg, borrow, or steal the money ! Pity, however, that it comes in 16:9 rather than 16:10, but so...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by mhenriday on Sat, Jun 1 2013
  • Asus PG 221 self contained speaker/subwoofer problem---need help

    Hello all! I bought the referenced monitor for our home and have a question for those more knowledgeable than myself (it won't take much! ). I have a Dell XPS M1710 laptop attached to a docking station (port replicator). The docking station has a single stereo female port. I have attempted to connect...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by thebirdman47 on Tue, Jul 8 2008
  • Re: Dell XPS 710 H2C Performance Gaming System

    I am moving and am looking to sell a fully loaded, four month old Dell XPS 720 H2C with the following specs and buy something for portable: Intel Core2 Duo QX6850 (3.00 GHZ overclocked to 3.67 GHZ) with quad core tech---- 4GB RAM---- 2x BLU-RAY, DVD+R/RW---- Dual: 768 NVidia GeForce 8800 Ultra---- Dual...
    Posted to Reviews Discussion (Forum) by chesbrougha on Tue, Apr 22 2008
  • Re: Dell UltraSharp 3008WFP 30-inch LCD

    I bought this monitor to do Photoshop color work on and the one I got is totally unacceptable for use in that regard. I calibrated using i1 Photo through every possible configuration (dvi-1 & 2 , vga, native, A98, Manual, factory default , etc., on a mac using OS X, with essentially the same result...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by glock on Sat, Jan 19 2008
  • Re: Flickering Monitor Help

    Sorry, but I join in just today. Your monitor (I have the same model - working good) have problem with internal power supply (to fix ~40$), or power switch (~$10 if you deliver to any shop), or most unfortunate is a backlite panel we talking of $60-80. If you consider byu new one go to www.factorydirect...
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by Leon on Tue, Dec 18 2007
  • Re: LCD 24 inch Wide-screen no budget

    Samsung is always a good choice. But for the money, I'm partial to Dell's monitors. The 2407 is a really nice display. I use two of them for my test machines in the lab.
    Posted to Monitors and Displays (Forum) by Marco C on Sun, Oct 28 2007
  • Hewlett Packard w2207 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor

    Hello Everyone, We’re writing to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features, accessories, and performance of Hewlett Packard’s relatively affordable w2207 22" Widescreen LCD monitor. Unlike most other 22” widescreens, the HP w2207 features...
    Posted to Reviews Discussion (Forum) by Marco C on Tue, Sep 4 2007
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