Mitsubishi Sticks To The Basics With New 23" 1080p LCD Monitor

Mitsubishi isn't a name you generally associate with LCD monitors, but nevertheless, that very company is stepping into the ring with the likes of HP, Samsung, BenQ and Dell with its stylish, power-sipping RDT231WLM-S. No, we don't ever expect you to fully recall that name, but just knowing that it's the outfit's latest 23" monitor should be enough.

With a full 1080p (1920x1080) native resolution, the widescreen LCD boasts a 5ms response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, an HDMI socket, DVI port and VGA connector. The ECO Professional Mode helps to save energy when you don't need brightness set to its maximum, though the fact that it uses a TN panel (as opposed to an IPS panel) will probably dissapoint some consumers.

Still, the bare-bones nature of this should lead to a relatively low price point, so if you're scouting a plain-Jane LCD with a Full HD resolution, this might be the one that finally fits the budget. Too bad we've got to wait around for an MSRP to know for sure, but hopefully that will be coming sooner rather than later.