- 1920 x 1080 5ms
- DC 50000:1
- D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI, Composite
1080p without the price 11/04/2010
Has TV capability and the 1920x1080 resolution without the $$$ that TV category HDTVs with the same inputs have.
That is primarily because "HD" has been around for ages on computer monitors, and TVs really are monitors with a tuner in them.
I love it -- have purchased two, one for home for the gaming systems and the ability to hook it up to the coaxial + all inputs for a fraction of the cost of a normal "HD TV".
Got a new one for my new computer, and the tv tuner allows me to watch tv without needing a second device in my dorm room.
Remote isnt awkward and clunky, like most seem to be when purchasing monitors with tv tuners, as opposed to regular tvs.
Maybe i havent used cable tv and such in a long while, but the channel numbering is weird.
No dead pixels in my two purchases, a good pixel/inch resolution being 1920x1080 @ 22" for a sharper image, etc.
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