by December 3, 2000 0 comments

The 15” monitor (Rs 95,000)  supports a maximum resolution of 1,024x768 pixels and the 18.1” (Rs 175,000; Sharp Business Systems; Tel: 80-5583613, 5587821 Fax: 5596397 E-mail: asn-bng@bng.ltindia. com) supports minimum resolution of 1,280x1,024 The
most eye-catching thing about the new Sharp LCD monitors is their sharpness and
image clarity. Perhaps this is due to a new feature that minimizes reflected
light. For this, a low-reflection coating has been applied to the LCD panel of
both the monitors. This coating consists of several layers of thin optical film,
each of which refracts light at a different ratio, causing reflected light rays
to cancel each other.

We checked out two units. One was a 15″ screen. The
other one interestingly had an 18.1″ screen, while most monitors are of
17″ or 19″. Both use the TFT (Thin Film Transistor) technology.

The 15″ and 18.1″ monitors are wall-mountable and
can also be fixed to a table. The 18.1″ model is equipped with dual
computer input terminals, allowing two computers to be connected to the monitor
simultaneously. An Input selector on the monitor’s front panel lets you switch
between the two displays. It also boasts of wide horizontal and vertical viewing
angles of 140 and 110 respectively.

The 15″ monitor supports a maximum resolution of
1,024×768 pixels and the 18.1″ supports 1,280×1,024. The 15″ monitor
(model LL-T1510A) is priced at Rs 95,000 and the 18.1″ monitor (Model
LL-T181A) is priced at Rs 175,000.

Vini Goel in Bangalore

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