Formac Electronic Inc. has dropped the prices on its Gallery line of flat panel LCD displays by as much as $300. The Gallery line features a three-year warranty, and Formac’s “dead pixel policy” guaranteeing that you’ll get a replacement if your screen burns out more than 2 pixels. They’re also one of the only third-party flat panel displays on the market that directly supports Apple Display Connector (ADC) — the one-cable interface found on newer Power Mac G4s.
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Formac’s Gallery 1740 is 17.4-inch TFT that’s available with ADC, Digital Visual Interface (DVI) or VGA interfaces. The ADC model now costs $699 — a price drop of $200 — while the DVI model has dropped to $739 — $210 less than before. The recently introduced VGA model remains unchanged at $699.
The Formac Gallery 2010 is a 20.1-inch display that’s now priced at $1,399, $300 less than the price Formac introduced the display at last September. The Gallery 2010 comes with ADC and DVI connections.
The displays are available through Formac’s line of resellers and via their Web site.