At $600, this inexpensive 19-inch digital LCD display is a very good all-around performer with a very nice price. Our testing revealed viewing angles with no pronounced color shifts as well as very legible text, even at small point sizes. Using our standard Macworld Lab test images, the display’s colors appear accurate, though a little undersaturated. A bit surprising for a display with the highest contrast ratio we’ve ever seen.
The SyncMaster 910T has a thin bezel design that features an internal power supply, and the ability to pivot (though you may need to buy a new graphics card that supports Pivot in OS X), rotate left to right, slide up and down and tilt forward and back.
Macworld’s Buying Advice
This is a very nice display for the price, and gives you a choice of black or silver edge. Its colors stay true, without distortion, at wide viewing angles. It features flexible movements and pivot.
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*Candela per meter squared
Candela per meter squared (CD/m2) is the standard unit of luminance. It represents a luminous intensity of one candela radiating from a surface area of one square meter. Luminance is used to specifying the brightness of computer displays. However, be aware that the best criterion for choosing and adjusting a display is the user’s viewing comfort. This will depend on, among other things, the level of illumination in the room where the display is used.