by April 6, 2004 0 comments



The most beautiful monitor in the shootout, it was also the most expensive. The good looks are also complemented by elaborate features. For one, it has very stable and circular base, due to which it won’t tip or fall even when you tilt it by 90 degrees. Plus, it can be mounted on the wall. Both features let you comfortably keep the monitor anywhere in anyway. 

The monitor also has excellent OSD controls, with smooth keys, and it doesn’t take long to use them. It also has six predefined modes in the OSD for best viewing under different conditions, like day or night, running different applications like watching movies, photos, or reading text. There’s a user defined setting as well. Plus, an extra Auto Adjustment key automatically sets the geometry, contrast and brightness according to the application you are running. 

The monitor has wide horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 160 and 140 degrees respectively. It was one of the best in vertical and horizontal readability, and took only 2 seconds to power on. Its power consumption is only 25 Watts, which is again among the best. It was also the lightest monitor amongst 
the monitors that came with built-in power adapters. 

Overall, a good buy with impressive looks. 

Snapshot
Price : Rs 27,000
Meant for  : Demo rooms, retail counters
Features : Built-in power adapter, 900 tilt, auto adjust key
Pros : Stable base, excellent OSD controls
Cons : Expensive or SMS 130463 to 9811800601

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