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Bright, pleasing color, fast pixel response times and a flexible design make it easy to recommend the LP2475w.
The Samsung SyncMaster 245T is a 24-inch LCD with multiple inputs and a flexible design. And though washed out at default settings, a little tweaking helped the 245T score well in our on-screen tests.
Dell has tapped into the current focus on the economy and the environment by producing the G2210, a 22-inch monitor designed for both the wallet- and green-conscious.
When it comes to readable documents and vivid images, the HP LP2275w offers a no-frills display that's a good choice for users seeking a widescreen monitor that delivers the best of both worlds.
Can a film overlay reduce the glare on a new unibody MacBook Pro to the point where it’s acceptable to someone who dislikes glossy screens? Rob Griffiths attempts to find out with Power Support’s anti-glare offering for laptops.
The LED Cinema Display represents many firsts for Apple, including the company’s first LED backlit stand-alone display and the first external display designed specifically for Apple laptops. Its lack of compatibility with other Macs is disappointing, but it’s a good fit for its limited target audience.
NEC’s MultiSync 3090WQXi is a 30-inch wide-screen LCD monitor aimed at professionals whose work requires color accuracy.
The V7 D24W33 is a pretty average display when it comes to performance. But with a below-average price and some nice features, this monitor will appeal to budget-conscious shoppers looking for a display that shows more than just spreadsheets and Web pages.
ViewSonic's VP2250wb is a fine, affordable multimedia and general-purpose display. But color professionals and those who often collaborate with co-workers may want to look elsewhere for a display with better viewing angles,
The Ergotron Neo-Flex Combo Lift places your MacBook right next to your display when you're working at a desk.
The LaCie 324 LCD monitor is a 24-inch display targeted at creative pros who demand a large color gamut and color accuracy; but with two HDMI inputs for consumer entertainment electronics and support for picture-in-picture technology, the monitor aims to be both a multimedia display and art director’s tool.
The Epson MovieMate 72 is a cool, all-in-one, home-theater projector that features high-definition 720p resolution, high-quality integrated speakers, and a built-in up-converting DVD player.
If you’re looking for a wide-screen LCD display, but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, the NEC 205WXM should be at the top of your list.