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1. 21IN/20V Crt 25MM 1600X1200 76HZ
$705.55 list($849.99)
2. NEC-Mitsubishi DiamondPro DP2070SB-BK
list($899.99)
3. NEC FE1250+22" CRT Monitor
list($999.00)
4. Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 Diamondtron
$593.96 list($829.99)
5. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP2141SB-BK
list($899.99)
6. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1370
list($799.99)
7. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync FP1350X
8. NEC-Mitsubishi Diamondtron RDF225WG
list($899.99)
9. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1355
list($999.00)
10. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1350
list($599.99)
11. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FE1250+BK
12. NEC-Mitsubishi Diamond Pro DP2060U
list($999.99)
13. NEC-Mitsubishi MutiSync FP1375X

1. 21IN/20V Crt 25MM 1600X1200 76HZ AS120 OSD
list price: $505.99
our price: $464.99
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Asin: B00004Y74R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 26849
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

When you are looking for large-screen display in office or home applications, the NEC AccuSync 120 21-inch (20 inches viewable) CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitor is up for the job. NEC has designed the AccuSync 120 with distortion-free images for universal office uses, particularly office automation, word processing, and data entry. This monitor features a flat display with fine 0.25-millimeter true dot pitch with aperture grille, onscreen controls, and a high maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 at a flicker-free 76 Hz. Providing rich colors and minimal reflection, the AccuSync 120 combines ergonomic design with height and tilt adjustments, offering creative flexibility in positioning the monitor.

The AccuSync 120 is ideal for small to medium businesses and schools, plus home users who seek a larger flat-screen presentation for true flexibility and fine resolution. The AccuSync 120 offers practical features including wide viewing angles, an invar shadow mask, color controls, multilayer screen coating (ARAG), dual USB ports, and advanced ergonomics. The horizontal frequency ranges from 31 to 96 kHz and the vertical frequency from 55 to 200 Hz.

High-resolution capabilities, distortion-free image quality, and optimized glass are collected in the AccuSync 120 to ensure that your important data and images are precisely displayed with crisp focus and vivid colors. It's both PC ready and Macintosh compatible. It has on-the-desk dimensions of 20 inches square and weighs in at a substantial 66 pounds. The monitor is protected by a three-year limited warranty on parts on labor. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch viewable display area
  • 0.25-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution at 76 Hz
  • Invar shadow mask for stable, bright images
  • OptiClear viewing; antistatic, antiglare screen treatment

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars Beware of defect
Purchased this monitor December 2001. I use monitor for gaming and normal computer use. Happy with picture quality - however - entire screen developed pink/purple color blur/distortion. The entire screen appears pink or purple and makes monitor almost unuseable. Returned monitor for refurbished replacement under the 3 year warranty beginning of 2002. Replacement monitor developed same problem after 2 months of use. Just made the call to have the monitor replaced again. I was advised by NEC that a large portion of Accusync 120 monitors are having this problem and that they are going to be sent to engineering to figure out the problem. While I am overall happy with NEC's customer support, I am not happy that I purchased a monitor with unexplained defect. Beware.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor!
My Hitachi Superscan Pro 21 inch monitor became blurry after 4.5 years, so it was time for a replacement. After a lot of looking, I decided on this monitor mostly based on its features and the Amazon reviews. I am very glad choose this monitor.

Although the screen not perfectly flat, it is much flatter than my old Hitachi. One thing that impressed me is that other than vertical and horizontal adjustments, I needed absolutely no other geometry adjustments (rotate, trapezoid, pincushion, etc., needed no adjustments). Maybe this was because of the flat tube inside?

When I first booted up the computer, the image did appear washed out, but that was because this monitor is so bright. After lowering the brightness to almost the lowest setting images and text look very sharp. I use it at both 1280x1024 (85Hz) and 1600x1200 (75 Hz). I enjoy the flexibility of the different resolutions a CRT monitor offers compared to a LCD.

For the price, this 21 inch monitor offers great performance. I would buy it again!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the best!!!
I just had this giant 21" NEC monitor this week. The first time it opened, it impressed me very much, because despite its giant size, it is crystal clear and crisp. The clarity is similar to Sony 15" monitor, but its size dwarfed it. Size matters, especially in reading and studying. It motivates the student all the more, without the added strain, making the review a more pleasant multimedia experience. I tried the CD material for Oracle DBA and MCSE, and this 21" monitor's hugeness and clarity, increased my motivation to read more and strain less. This is a best buy. Of course, there are other 21" monitors, but again its price beats its contemporaries. My advice to educators and students, go for this monitor. It will be a big help in passing all those exams, and certifications...

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice display for the price...
I've only had this monitor for a few day, but so far it's great. I bought this monitor for a system I use for programming and 3D gaming. It has proven to be great for both of these tasks. The text is very sharp and the graphics are great as well.

There is a slight geometric imperfection in one corner, but I have seen very few monitors that have 100% perfect geometry in this price range.

I have a dual monitor setup on Windows XP Pro, and I replaced one of my 17" monitors with this monitor. I do have one problem now, this monitor is so much sharper than my remainingg 17" (Relisys) that I think I may have to purchase another one!

Bottom line: great monitor, good price, good warranty, buy it!

5-0 out of 5 stars It is the greatest!
I purchased my NEC AccuSync 120 on March 26th and I am very pleased with the picture quality. I do CAD, 3D renderings and play computer games and it has performed very well. The size is well worth the cost. My last monitor was a NEC and it is ten years old. I purchased this monitor because of price and quality. I would reccomend it to anyone. If I were to complain about anything it would be with the tracking capabilities of either Yahoo or UPS. For several days the Internet tracking said it was in Illinois for several days but in fact it was still moving toward me and showed up before I expected it. In any case I was very happy with Yahoo and UPS for thier sevice. ... Read more


2. NEC-Mitsubishi DiamondPro DP2070SB-BK 22" CRT Monitor (Black)
list price: $849.99
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Asin: B00006IS9N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 16449
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2,048 x 1,536 resolution at 86 Hz,1,600 x 1,200 at 85 Hz recommended
  • SuperBright Diamondtron 0.24 mm flat-aperture-grille
  • OptiClear screen surface enhances focus and contrast
  • Powered USB hub with 1 upstream and 4 downstream jacks
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Very Best CRT on the market
This is the very best CRT monitor you can buy. I watch full length movies and television on it daily and it's absolutely perfect...better than my regular tv! You can make so many adjustments I find it hard to believe that anyone could find fault with this product. I have a ATI 9800 Pro and everything is perfect...no defects whatsoever. No computer display, not even a LCD comes close to this monitor for viewing pleasure. One of the things I love are the Super Bright Modes...there are three levels of brightness making it better than a LCD. All the controls are a finger touch away at the bottom of the display and easy to use. If you don't like that you can download the NaviSet software which is great also. This monitor even has 4 USB connections on the side! The only other CRT that comes close to would be the 21" Sony Artisan and that costs $1795 with a smaller screen! The only downside to this CRT monitor is the size and weight but if you have the space you will be much happier with this monitor than with a flatpanel because in my opinion LCD and flatpanels have limitations relating to viewing angles, etc...which make them not perfected yet. This monitor may be large but it's also large in delivering a perfect picture and for the price (Amazon's price is the best) it's the best value on the market bar none.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
This monitor was a huge disappointment. I believe there is either a manufacturing or design defect. To find out why, here's an exceprt from a letter that I sent to NEC-Mitsubishi.

Dear NEC-MITSUBISHI Engineering,

I'm writing you after I spoke with your customer support representatives over the phone, and they recommend me to write you about the issue which I'm going to describe here, because I believe it's a manufacturing defect in all DP2070SB-BK models manufactured in January and February 2004.

So far I have tested two brand new units. The first one I purchased from Amazon.com and it was manufactured in January 2004 (serial # 41101003YA). It had an incurable geometric distortion problem, and therefore I replaced it with another brand new unit from Amazon.com that was manufactured in February 2004 (serial # 42101534YA). The second unit suffers from exactly the same incurable geometric defect.

I have tested the units on different computers that have different video cards manufactured by different companies. The first computer has an NVIDIA Quadro 2 EX chipset and the second one has an NVIDIA GeForce Ultra FX 5700 chipset. I have moved the monitors to different locations, rotated them in all directions relative to the Earth's magnetic field, tried different power outlets, turned off all electrical equipment and lighting, tried different data cables with different thicknesses and qualities, in addition to the cables that come bundled with the units. All of these didn't eliminate the geometric defect.

Also note that I have tried two different DP2060u models on the same computers (the predecessors of the DP2070SB) and both of them don't have the geometric defect of the DP2070SB-BK.

I believe this eliminates the possibility that the defect is connected to my equipment or location.

Basically, both of the DP2070SB-BK units bend the center of horizontal lines downward in the upper half of the screen (the horizontal band around 2.5" to the top and 2.5" to the bottom of the upper aperture grill wire). Horizontal lines curve in the center downward in a flattened U-shape pattern, so if you have a horizontal line in the mentioned band area that extends from the far left to the far right of the screen, and hold a straight ruler against the screen that meets this line at the far left and the far right, you will clearly notice that the horizontal line curves downward in the center, and its distance from the bottom of the ruler at the center (actually about 0.5" to the right the center) is about 2.5 to 3.0 mm. You can also clearly see the curvature if you do the following.

1) Open a window and extend its right and left borders all the way to the left and right of the screen.

2) Open Notepad with a blank white document and maximize it, so that you can clearly see the upper aperture grill wire.

3) Bring the first window to the foreground, so that it's visible against Notepad's white background.

4) Align the top border of the window with the far left and far right of the upper aperture grill wire.

5) You will clearly see that the window border dips in the center about 2.5 to 3.0 mm below the wire.

This test obviously assumes that the aperture wire is perfectly straight, but as I mentioned above, you will also see the same defect if you placed a straight ruler against the screen.

Note that this curvature doesn't happen at the very top of the screen or its lower half. Only in the band around the upper aperture grill wire.

The defect is visible and very annoying to any discriminate graphics or CAD professional. In fact, I can't tolerate it at all!

I have tried every geometric adjustment using both the front buttons and NaviSet. I reset the geometry to the factory default at all applicable resolutions and refresh rates and used the "Auto" function on the recommended resolution and refresh rate (1600x1200@85Hz). Also note that the factory reset brings up an image that is rotated counter-clockwise on both units. This defect seems to be some kind of vertical pincushion pattern (push on the top), and the geometric controls can only adjust horizontal pincushion patterns (push on the sides).

The two units will be returned to you soon from Amazon.com, but I'm sure that all the DP2070SB-BK units manufactured during January and February 2004 (or may be before or after) have the same defect. ... Read more


3. NEC FE1250+22" CRT Monitor
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00004Y74S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 36505
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Amazon.com Review

The NEC MultiSync FE1250 is a 22-inch monitor well suited to small andhome office users working with graphics and reading lots of text onscreen. It isan excellent investment for power users of all stripes.

The FE1250 featuresNEC's totally flat aperture grille technology that delivers crisp, undistortedimages that closely match the look of a printed page. This design prohibitsdistortion around the edges of the screen while maintaining superb brightness.Although the CRT size is 22 inches, there are 20 inches of viewable screen realestate--still plenty for working with 1,024 x 768 and even 1,280 x 1,024resolutions. While the manufacturer recommends a 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, wefound that a bit unusable except for working with large graphic images.

Withdimensions of 19.7 by 19 by 18.6 inches, and weighing 70 pounds, this unitrequires some space, but sports a streamlined front face. The buttonscontrolling the onscreen display are right out front, along with a lightedMultiSync logo that turns green when the monitor receives a signal. Theconfiguration menus are quite comprehensive and provide five preset profiles andone custom RGB profile, image alignment (including rotate), and convergencesettings.

The variable 0.25-to-0.27-millimeter grille pitch, coupled with highrefresh rates at the common resolutions, produced a vivid and consistent imagefor us during our testing. We were able to run at 85 Hz in both 1,024 x 768 and1,280 x 1,024 resolutions, though the latter mode was a bit too blurry to usecomfortably. True to the company's claim, however, the corners of the displayremained undistorted compared to the remainder of the screen.

The MultiSyncFE1250 is a solid performer that sports just the right size screen forcomfortable, productive work. It's a great choice for users who live in wordprocessors or Web browsers. --Stephen W. Plain

Pros:

  • Flat aperture grille means no distortion
  • Easy-to-use onscreen display
  • Strong refresh rate support

Cons:

  • Text blurry at high resolutions
... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.25- to 0.27-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,920 x 1,440 maximum resolution at 73 Hz
  • OptiClear viewing; semidark-tint, antiglare screen
  • Compatible with PCs and Macintoshes

4. Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 Diamondtron Natural Flat 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $999.00
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Asin: B00004Y74V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 11747
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 22-inch Diamondtron natural flat monitoris an ultra high performance monitor suited for a wide range of advancedapplications, including imaging, CAD/CAM/CAE, desktop publishing, and prepressgraphic design. The newest technology backing the Diamond Plus 200 does notdistort the image nor create a concave visual effect on the screen. With noscreen curvature, reflections and glare are eliminated. This results inrealistic, natural-looking flat images that are much easier on your eyes. The0.24-millimeter dot pitch and 1,800 x 1,440 maximum resolution with a refreshrate of 72 Hz (160 Hz at lower resolution) ensure crisp, clear image quality.

In addition, the Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 22-inch Diamondtron natural flatmonitor has an enhanced onscreen display control system that featuresmultilanguage, icon-based control panels and front panel buttons. The swivelbase, which is integrated with the monitor, adjusts the viewing angle to suityour preferences. The Diamond Plus 200 is also compatible with both PC andMacintosh computers.

The Diamond Plus 200 is backed by a three-year limited warranty on parts andlabor. ... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch viewable display
  • 0.24-millimeter (center to corner) unipitch aperture grille
  • 1,800 x 1,440 maximum resolution at 72 Hz
  • Reduced external reflection and glare
  • Compatible with PCs and Macintoshes

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars 20" Viewable Monitor not 22"
I thought I was getting a 22". It is only 20" viewable, they all are regardless of brand. I hope the monitor does not break down.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice!
I'm impressed. Compared to my old 21" monitor, the Diamond Plus 200 takes up less space, has a larger viewable area, and gives a much crisper image. The difference is immediately apparent. Let's give some measurements: The old one took up 20.25" front to back. This one takes up about 18.5" front to back. Screen size on the old monitor: 14.5" x 11.5". Screen size on the Diamond Plus 200: 16.25" x 12.25". Nice! My screen resolution is at 1600x1200, and the fonts look just as big as they did on 1280x1024 before. If I want to go with small fonts, this monitor goes up to 1920x1440, and things are still readable! In summary, I highly recommend this monitor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best CRT I've ever used
There are a few reasons why the Diamond Plus 22" stands out from other large monitors. First, many large monitors are deeper than the diagonal view space. Not so with this monitor. Viewable area measures about 20" and depth measures around 19". I am replacing a Gateway packaged 19 inch monitor and am pleasantly surprised to find that this monitor is much shallower than the 19" while providing much more vieable area. Second, as monitors get larger, many manufacturors tend to curve the screen out to save on costs. The Diamond Plus's screen is absolutely flat, and because of this offers unprecedented picture quality.

A few nice features: Mitsubishi includes a 3 port USB hub in the back of the monitor, cleaning up the mess of cables from the back of your computer. Also, while I don't currently use the feature, Mitsubishi included the ability to plug a second CPU into the same monitor and switch via a button on the front of the monitor. These little additions make spending the extra dollars worth it for a wonderful monitor. ... Read more


5. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP2141SB-BK 22" CRT Monitor (Black)
list price: $829.99
our price: $593.96
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006IS9L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 4244
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supports up to 2,048 x 1,536 resolution at 85 Hz
  • 22-inch totally flat aperture grille CRT
  • 0.24 mm dot pitch
  • Multi-layered, anti-static, dark-tint, OptiClear screen surface
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Professional Monitor
This is one of the best CRT monitors. The cabinet is 22", but the actual viewing capacity is 20". Contrary to what people are made to believe, CRT monitors run circles around LCD. Any gamer and graphic designer will know why. LCDs are too slow for intense gaming and incapable of true color calibration. Plus, there are no bad pixels to contend with.

This monitor is by Nec (Nec-Mitsubishi). Mitsubishi has the exact product under the model, Diamond Pro 2070SB. Get any. Their top of the line for graphic artists is the same monitor, it includes the additional SpectraView (color calibration) that you can purchase separately should you some day need.

The features include a SuperBright Diamondtron function that you enable on the front panel. It boosts the brightness function - handy especially when watching videos. What it does is the Brightness Controller software that you install will dim the background and boost the video in the foreground.

Another feature is the OSM (On-screen Management) that allows you to adjust all aspects of the monitor on-screen. This feature works best when you install the Naviset software. Attach the included USB cable from the monitor to a free USB slot in your computer so you can control the settings with your mouse and keyboard.

So why only 4 stars with all these features? First, all the features explained above is not included in the box. The professional and convenient features is accessible only by manually downloading the drivers from their web site. For a product this professional, not including any software is not professional at all. Second, this monitor is HEAVY and takes up a lot of desktop space. Third, the cabinet design is not as cool as the other manufacturers. My Eizo-Nanao CRT has the best cabinet design - elegant and simple.

So what does this monitor come with? The usual no frills accessories - power cord, USB cable, signal cable and manual. That's it, no software which I strongly recommend you download before installing the monitor so that your OS and video card can properly load the correct ICC profile and settings. The software will perform automatic adjustment of the screen size to maximize the viewing space. It has a built-in 4-port USB hub.

Despite all these, shoud you get it? Definitely! It outperforms any LCD and is up there in the top 1% of the CRT products.

Don't get this if you use your computer purely for business function. That's what an LCD is for. Furthermore, if you are sold at obtaining the best monitor and you can afford more, get a Sony DM-FW900 Flat Widescreen 24" monitor. Another alternative is to get an Eizo. It has all the functions you could ask for - a USB hub, on-screen controls, elegant design, and includes all the needed drivers and utilities - but at a higher price.

Either way, you won't make a mistake if you get this Nec. ... Read more


6. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1370 Totally Flat 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00004Y6C8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 46552
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For those always in search of the cream of the crop, NEC Technologies offers the MultiSync FP1370 22-inch monitor. Improving upon the award-winning FP1350, NEC takes it to the next level, providing even greater resolution (2,048 x 1,536 maximum), greater horizontal frequency (130 kHz), a unified 0.24-millimeter grille pitch, and a maximum refresh rate of 160 Hz (at lower resolutions). These features, along with an antistatic treatment and a multilayered, semi-dark tint screen, practically eliminate annoying glare and make it easier on your eyes.

Designed for professional, high-end use (Mac or PC), the superior image quality of the FP1370 makes it the ideal professional tool for graphics, Web design, desktop publishing, CAD/CAM, and other graphics-intensive applications. It also comes loaded with other features, such as onscreen controls, a two-way USB channel for peripherals, and second-generation digital signal processing (DSP) technology. With a three-year warranty and superior image quality, the FP1370 is a top-of-the-line model that can meet the demands of uncompromising users. ... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.24-millimeter dot pitch
  • 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution at 80 Hz
  • OptiClear screen surface
  • Compatible with PC and Mac computers

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars SpookSync 1370
I've had this monitor in my mind for many months because its specs were excellent and I thought the 17" versions from NEC were awesome. I was looking forward to high resolutions at high refresh rates.

I read a review at ePinions about "ghosts" and didn't frankly believe it because the reviews in CNET Shopper were all positive, except one who complained about the illegibility of text. Now I know the source of the problem.

I wish I listened! What a major disappointment after the long wait and expectations. Each black letter on a white background has an ugly bright ghost to its right. I spent an hour fiddling with convergence (basic and area) and all the other settings to no avail. I tried many resolutions and refresh rates, even suspected my new ELSA video card and installed the old one to be sure, and moved the monitor to other locations to eliminate the possibility of electromagnetic interference; nothing changed.

Increase the sharpness to 4 and the ghosts will be much more pronounced and uglier. It looks as if every dark line has a long bright smear to its right, as if somebody pressed his finger against the screen and smudged it to the right. Letters were simply bleeding bright white to the right. Those ghosts make sans-serif letters (as in Arial or Verdana) very blurry and a major hassle to read.

I called NEC tech support just one hour after plugging in the monitor, and the engineer offered the same advice on their web site; that I had to unplug any extension cable between the monitor and the PC. But I don't have an extension cable! I just plugged the monitor directly to the PC using the standard data cable that comes with it. Then he simply told me to return the monitor without bothering to try further remedy. His quick suggestion sounded very suspicious; simply return the monitor after only a couple of minutes of support over the phone. This clearly tells you that NEC knows very well about this terrible problem, and in spite of that, they let people buy this "prestigious" monitor, which is supposed to represent the best NEC has to offer.

I thought the data cable that comes with it is unusually thin, so it could be that the cable's quality is causing interference. I shelled out the next day (price) for Belkin BNC cable; I just wanted to rule out the last possible cause and exonerate the monitor; still, the ghosts didn't nudge!

Just before I returned it, I noticed two vertical lines at the middle of the screen that resemble the standard horizontal lines that show up on all Trinitron monitors. Only this display has four of them.

Steer clear of this display; it's too expensive and heavy for a paper-weight.

5-0 out of 5 stars The hottest monitor now available!!
The 22" (20" usable) NEC FP1370 monitor is the hottest
display available! We now own three at the office, are about to buy a
fourth, and I'm trying to convince my wife that I need one at home as
well . Especially in a multi-tasking environment, any large
monitor enables you to work more efficiently as you can see more of
what you are working on at the same time, eliminating need for much
scrolling and window manipulation. However, the totally flat display
coupled with the remarkable resolution and refresh rate capability of
the FP1370 enables you to work routinely with a very high resolution
(1280x1024, or even 1600x1200) for hours at a time without eye strain.
In practice at our jobs, this means we can see four times as
much material at one time than we could with our old 17"
monitors. While the price is admittedly steep, especially for
personal use, the productivity gains possible make the NEC FP1370 well
worth considering at least for office use.
... Read more


7. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync FP1350X Totally Flat 22" Monitor
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B000056SMP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 43280
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The NEC MultiSync FP1350X offers a flat screen and the clear, crisp images required by professionals in graphic-heavy fields. Recommended resolution is 1,600 x 1,200 with an 85 MHz refresh rate, ensuring your graphics will maintain the flicker-free perfection you demand.

At 75 pounds, this monitor is bigger and heavier than other LCD flat screens, but it compensates with a substantially lower price. The viewable screen is 20 diagonal inches, large enough for serious gamers graphic designers alike. NEC offers a full three-year warranty that includes parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 22-inch (20-inch viewable) screen
  • 1920 by 1440 at 76 Hz maximum resolution
  • 0.25mm to 0.27mm variable grille pitch
  • Multi-layered anti-static screen coating
  • Onscreen user controls

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor, but beware
This an outstanding monitor,(...). But a monitor is only as good as the hardware and software that drives it. On this count, NEC has not, in my opinion, done a great job. (But neither has anyone else.)

There are three (plus) components that will affect performance:
(1) The monitor itself. Put two "identical" displays on identical systems side by side and you will get different results.
(2) The display card and its drivers. This is a huge gray area. A lousy card will make a great monitor look bad.
(3) The computer itself. The basic control over image display resides in the operating system and hardware.

I have been using this monitor for several months on a Mac G4 Dual 800 with the nVidia GeForce Twinview display card. When I get good results, the FP1350x is one of the best displays I have ever seen. But I have seen intermittent problems. As with most problems in the computer industry, everybody blames everybody else, so it is very difficult to pin down the cause of any problem.

Closing thought: monitors of this size are designed to run at the higher resolutions, so if you can't get readable text, good color, etc., at 1600 x 1200 or higher, the monitor is effectively useless.

Other monitors to consider in this price range: Philips Brilliance 201B and 201P; Sony CPD-G500 and G520.

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll never go back to those puny CRTs.
The FP 1350x is truly a high-performance CRT. The Flat CRT reduces glare tremendously, and the Ambix technology digital imput protects the initial investment in the monitor. Warning: You will get spoiled using a monitor with so much screen size...you'll have a hard time going back to anything smaller. 5 Stars all the way!!! ... Read more


8. NEC-Mitsubishi Diamondtron RDF225WG 22" CRT Monitor

Asin: B00025O798
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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Amazon.com Product Description

The RDF225WG from Mitsubishi is a large 22-inch (20-inch viewable image size) CRT monitor designed for high-end design applications. With a 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution (1,600 x 1,200 recommended) and fine 0.24 mm dot pitch, onscreen images are crisp and easy to see, while the RDF225G's color gamut reproduces 97.6% of the Adobe RGB color space. The result is true-to-life color and accurate reproductions of graphics. SpectraView UWG Color Calibration Software is provided to help you achieve the best color results possible, while the Opticlear screen treatment cuts back on reflections and the resulting eyestrain they can cause.

The RDF225WG has two 15-pin mini D-sub inputs and is plug-and-play compatible, making setup quick and easy. The NaciSet onscreen display control provides a way to adjust the monitor's many settings, while features such as GlobalSync/corner purity control and self-diagnosis help you keep your monitor functioning at its best. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the RDF225WG is Energy Star compliant and comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, power cable, two 15-pin mini D-sub cables, user's guide, CD-ROM with drivers and software ... Read more

Features

  • 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution, 1,600 x 1,200 at 86 Hz recommended
  • 0.24 mm dot pitch; dual VGA 15-pin D-sub inputs
  • Achieves 97.6% of Adobe RGB color spectrum
  • SpectraView UWG color calibration software
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

9. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1355 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00005IC5Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 42958
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a virtually flat viewing surface and an impressive 20-inch diagonalsize, this CRT monitor is large enough for imaging professionals, yet theeconomical price makes it easily available for home users searching for animproved multimedia experience.

The redesigned cabinet of the FP1355 Monitor uses considerably less deskspace than predecessor models do, while the unusual vertical cables furtherreduce desktop clutter. The semidark tint and Opticlear surface treatmentprovide a clear view of your graphics, even in sunny spaces. The optimalresolution of 1,600 x 1,200, an 85 Hz refresh rate, and the Accucolorcontrol system provide you with a flicker-free screen and crisp colorseparation.

NEC-Multisync includes a full three-year warranty on parts, labor, and thebacklight. ... Read more

Features

  • 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution at 75 Hz
  • 1,600 x 1,200 resolution at 85 Hz recommended
  • Fine 0.24 mm dot pitch
  • Accucolor control system
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars An Update...
I wrote the other review, and I have a correction to make. I had to write a new review - after all, I don't want to lose all my helpful votes now do I?

I've since bought a new graphics card (ASUS GeForce4 MX440), which has made the monitor sooooo much sharper at the higher resolutions containing more than 1600 horizontal pixels (i.e. 1920x1080, 1920x1200, 1920x1440 and 2048x1536). I didn't think a graphics card would make any difference at all to the quality of the display. Boy was I wrong. Before I said that the screen was slightly blurry looking at say 1920x1440. Now I find it is very crisp indeed, and I suddenly realised why this monitor is worth so much.
The display is still the slightest bit "shaky" at 2048x1536 @ 75Hz, it kind of quivers or hovers around a bit. This is probably because it is 75Hz and not 85 or 100Hz. Personally, I don't find that 75Hz is high enough for the amount of time I spend in front of the computer. But anyway, the "blurriness" aspect has gone completely.
The only explanation I can come up with is that when I yanked out the two-year-old old graphics card, there was a really thick layer of dust on the back of the circuit board. A few times, I'd carefully vacuumed out some of the dust from inside the computer, but I must have missed that area. Sorry NEC, if you lost any customers because of the other review.

With over 3 million pixels at my disposal, I can display two whole pages in MS Word side-by-side simultaneously, while still being able to legibly read font (Verdana) as small as size six!! Try doing THAT with any LCD display!!
So it sure helps with the layout aspect of serious word-processing (such as producing a thesis or a book). It is also capable of displaying, perhaps, 3, 4 or even 5 times the number of cells at any one time than, say, a 17" monitor could in those huge spreadsheets you sometimes create (no I'm not kidding).
And for all you gamers out there, can you imagine playing need for speed 4 in 2048x1536, and 16-bit colour? That is the reality. What a blast!

One last thing, for all you desktop publishers and graphics artists out there: know that you better plan on getting a mighty fine graphics card if you intend to use 32-bit colour at the 2048x1536 pixel mode, because even though I bought the ASUS card that said it could cope with this @ 75Hz, it could only manage 60Hz, which is not good enough for me. I even edited the ini files of the display driver to try and force it to work, but could not get the claimed 75Hz - despite what it said on the website to the contrary. So I stick with 16-bit colour, partly because I can't really notice the difference, but mainly because the refresh rate is higher.
The other thing to consider is that even though the monitor may be capable of, let's say, 1600x1200@95Hz - the graphics card might only be able to display 85Hz or 100Hz at this resolution, so you must use the lower one, which is a pity because it isn't taking full advantage of the monitor's capabilities.

But I'd still give it six stars if I could! :-)

ONE MORE THING: NEC ISN'T NOT GOING TO MAKE THIS IN AUSTRALIA ANY LONGER, SO SNAP IT UP WHILE YOU STILL CAN 'CAUSE THEY'RE NOT GETTING ANY CHEAPER!

5-0 out of 5 stars "Varanus Komodoensis"
A couple of things about this screen which you may not already know. Firstly, I noticed that the image that you see on the screen is kind of set back a little, behind this flat glass plate that is at the actual front of the monitor. The resulting parallax error will be noticeable if viewing from the side at an angle - something that you can't tell if you're buying sight-unseen. On the positive side, you do get a built in USB hub, so you'll get 2 more slots than you have now!

You'll probably need to get yourself a new graphics card; the minimum that will take advantage of the FP1355's full potential will be at least the nVidia GeForce II MX400. If you're paying this much for your monitor, a little extra for a new card probably isn't going to make any difference (or like me, you can't afford anything else for months).
Don't think that because this monitor is capable of up to 2048 x 1536 @ 75Hz that this resolution will be practical. At this highest resolution, I couldn't help notice that the resolution is not all that crisp, perhaps a little blurry or more correctly, quivery - so it isn't perfect. Do you use the highest res possible on your existing monitor? Probably not, right? So if you can't live with using this monitor at the NEC recommended 1600 x 1200 @ 95Hz, I'd say don't buy it.
Don't forget that if you will be looking at text, you will have to make it slightly larger because you'll be using much higher resolutions. However, you can will be able to look at smaller-sized fonts than with normal monitors because it will look crisper and less pixelly.

A small tip for windows setup: go to the display properties window / settings tab / advanced button / general tab - and where it says font size, choose other and make it something like 150 or 200% and THEN go back to the display properties window / appearance tab and re-adjust the size of each item individually for fine tuning. If you don't make the fonts 200% of their normal size, some of the text that you will see in use during windows will be very small indeed and it can't be changed by changing any of the items in the appearance tab alone, and you will end up squinting.

I truly don't think this monitor is for everyone. If you know much about computers and windows setup, and you enjoy customising everything..... if you spend hours with your current monitor adjusting the screen's image so that you get the last millimetre of display area out of it - you will be very pleased; but I couldn't recommend it if you simply want to do ordinary computing just with a bigger screen. Remember that the intended use is desktop publishing / CAD / graphic design and perhaps spreadsheets (although NEC doesn't mention this use) - which is what I bought it for.

Yes, the two thin horizontal black lines are visible on any light-coloured background. But only a perfectionist or fastidious person would be truly bothered by it. It's something that you learn to live with.
I have personally called it "varanus komodoensis" which translates as komodo dragon - or the biggest monitor that ever lived!! ... Read more


10. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1350 Totally Flat 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $999.00
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Asin: B00004Y69X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 41043
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a display size of 22 inches (20 inches viewable), 1,920 x 1,440 maximum resolution, 0.25-to-0.27-millimeter dot pitch, and a multilayered, dark tint screen with antistatic treatment and 160 Hz refresh rate, the NEC MultiSync FP1350 flat 22-inch monitor goes a long way towards alleviating the all-too- common eye strain that can come with smaller monitors. In addition, the sharp, true-to-life images on screen make it the perfect monitor for high-end users interested in Web design, animation, desktop publishing, medical imaging, and other graphics-intensive applications.

Both Macintosh and PC compatible, the FP1350 comes with a bevy of onscreen controls, and depending on your display card, an unlimited color range. Backed by a three-year warranty on parts and labor, this monitor meets EPA Energy Star and MPRII regulations. Stocked with features and professional image quality that's hard to beat, the FP1350 is sure to meet the highest standards. ... Read more

Features

  • 20-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.25- to 0.27-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,920 x 1,440 maximum resolution at 76 Hz
  • OptiClear screen surface
  • Compatible with PC and Mac computers

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Big clear screen
Great monitor! The flat screen seems to reduce glare and makes the monitor a pleasure to view. The size eliminates the need for a second monitor. I watch TV on one corner as I view my documents on the other side of the screen. ... Read more


11. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FE1250+BK Flat Screen 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00005NHAL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 31141
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for intensive graphics or gaming, this 22-inch (20 inches viewable) monitor goes easy on the eyes with its OptiClear viewing, while its antistatic, antiglare screen reduces external reflection and glare. Boasting a flat aperture grille, the monitor delivers stunning color and exceptional crispness. A 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution, maximum refresh rate of 160 Hz, and 0.25-millimeter dot pitch combine to ensure high-quality images ideal for graphics, gaming, and video editing.

The MultiSync FE1250 also boasts an intuitive control system and is EPA Energy Star and MPR-II regulation compliant. Compatible only with PCs (sorry, Mac users), the FE1250 comes backed with a three-year parts and labor limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200
  • 0.25 mm dot pitch
  • 20-inch viewable screen size
  • Clear, anti-static, dark-tint screen
  • Easy-to-use onscreen menus

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor
Superb monitor.

Great picture. Great colors. Great refresh rate.

ONly possible inus is that it takes up alot of room so some might not love it as much as I do but the display on this monitor is flawless. One day MAYBE flat panels will be able to offer the kind of resolution that this monitor does but not anytime in the near future.... I would absolutely recommend this monitor.

I don't think that anyone who buys one will regret it in the least...

2-0 out of 5 stars High resolution = blurry text. Convergence & Geometry issues
This so-so monitor is over-rated by consumer.
The price is CHEAP compared to the other 22" (even with other NEC 22"s)
Problem is very obvious, geometry and convergence at any resolution.
Move to higher res. and text will become blurry.
Very good for playing games (low resolution like 800x600 or 1024x768). Not recommended if you want to use higher than 1280x1024 res for regular use (Internet, word, etc.)
In other words, this would make a good monitor for my parents.

5-0 out of 5 stars great for gaming
great monitor...and good value. for gaming you can not go wrong, NEC/Mitsubishi have come out with a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent monitor
What else can I say? This is an excellent monitor. I think the picture is superior to other flat screen monitors, who shall remain nameless. Very bright, very crisp, and very adjustable - surprisingly so, in fact. Set the color temp. to 6500k, it's great. Oh, and this thing is truly flat. Recommended for video and CADD drafting. ... Read more


12. NEC-Mitsubishi Diamond Pro DP2060U Flat 22" CRT Monitor

Asin: B00005AASQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 30564
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Bringing you exceptional clarity on a flat screen, the NEC Mitsubishi DP2060U is a CRT monitor housed ina a sleek cabinet, with a 22-inch screen. While it may be bulkier than monitors featuring LCD technology, it offers 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution for impeccable imaging at an economical price. It's USB ready and offers 11 onscreen controls for full customization. Included is a three-year limited warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • Flat-screen CRT monitor
  • 22-inch viewable screen
  • Maximum resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 at 75 Hz
  • USB connectivity
  • 3-year limited warranty on parts and labor

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a very, very good monitor!
I am extremely picky about my monitors. I looked at the fastest LCDs I could find (17 ns) before this screen, but with the dead pixels and lack of color accuracy, I was turned off. I found that LCDs always have a lot of color "pop" to their displays--sometimes so much that you have to squint to look at them--but with the current technology, they also have muddy dark tones which obscure the detail in the shadows of pictures.

When I fired up the Diamond Pro 2060u, I was not particularly impressed with the screen brilliance. Yes, the screen was color accurate and sharp throughout, but there was very little intensity. I had the contrast at 100%, the brightness at 35%, and the color temperature at 9300K. I could turn up the brightness and the light areas of the screen did become brighter, but the black level was then destroyed and blacks became dark greys. I was so upset that I nearly gave up.

I then stumbled on the RGB color controls that allow one to dramatically intensify the beams. Where the 9300K setting would set the RGB color sliders to around the 50% levels, I cranked them up to 90%. Suddenly, the monitor became a brilliant, beautiful display! It is PERFECT! It is brilliant, color-accurate, and extremely sharp with a perfect black level. Once adjusted, the convergence is perfect throughout and there are no noticeable moire patterns even given the worse dithering. Of the dozens of monitors I've looked at under 1K, this is by FAR the best.

There are two tiny flaws to the screen, both are side effects of the aperture grill and evident on all monitors using that type of mask: one is that there are two very faint horizontal gray lines crossing the screen at the 1/3rd and 2/3rd distance from the top/bottom edge. These are horizontal dampeners that stabilize the aperture grill's vertical elements. These faint lines don't bother me, and compared to LCD dead pixels, they are no big deal for certain. The second imperfection is a barely perceptible pixel shimmer throughout the screen. This is heat-of-expansion-derived kinetic energy transfered to the aperture grill via the electron beam as it passes by (most of the kinetic energy is eliminated by the dampeners already mentioned). The shimmering effect is extremely subtle and is actually difficult to see much less notice during regular use. I don't think anyone would find it distracting.

4-0 out of 5 stars near perfect
The monitor is dazzling. It has near perfect text focus and convergence in all corners even when stretched to the max. Unlike the sony cpd e540, it actually has sharp text at its recommended rez (1600x1200), though it's sharper at 75hz than at 85hz.

UNIFORMITY
It's purity is nearyly perfect, even though I have a huge non-shielded subwoofer about 2 feet from it. It's geometry was near perfect out of the box and is correctlable, if needed, with the multitudinous adjustments. It's text is clear everywhere. Moire is present only in very fine stripe patterns (like those in calibration screens). I don't adjust this unless I have to since text will get very slighlty fuzzy.

COLOR/BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST
Very good, though very slightly washed (especially blacks) out compared to sony at 1600X1200. At lower rez, it looks much brighter. The contrast/brightness can be increased by increasing the RGB colors (together will result in more white), though increasing it too much (~90) will result in color bleeding.

FLATNESS
Not as flat as sony, but not curved by any means, hence NF (natural flat).

STABILITY
Image stability is great. I've notice that with ANY aperature grill, when looking very close to the screen, a flicker or a moving moire like effect occurs. Shadow mask don't display this. This is just a general note about AG, not the dp2060u. Also, larger monitors show this more than smaller monitors. Perhaps, the filaments quiver ever so slightly. No dancing pixels are noticed at all.

CONTROL EASE
Too many buttons to navigate...but who cares? The image is everthing!

BOTTOM LINE
The best monitor I have owned. My only wish is an absolute flat screen, but no one notices but me. It's rated by displaymate as second only to the sony gdm f520 which costs twice as much!

BTW, I coating is the same type as sony's. If you touch it, it will show irridescent streaks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Diamond Picture
This is an awesome monitor! It's exquisite! Before I got it I bought the NEC FP1370. It was terrible (see my review on it). This monitor, although from the same company (NEC Mitsubishi), uses a different technology, DiamondTron, and in fact, the picture is diamond!

Text & Graphics:
I did some research before getting it because it seems that most 21"+ monitors have focus and geometry problems. I am very picky because I need lively graphics colors, correct geometry, and at the same time crisp text. Some people don't care about text because their main purpose is graphics design or playing games. I do that in addition to writing code and reading a lot. Most monitors in this class have some convergence problems, where text looks crisp in some parts and blurry in others, even if the dot pitch is uniform across the grill.

This monitor is ace both at text and graphics. It even has an option where you can optimize it for Text, Normal, or Graphics mode. Text is crystal clear in all areas of the screen, even at very high resolutions.

Configuration & Geometry:
This monitor has more configuration options than any nag-ass might ever want. You can get the geometry almost perfect. The geometry out of the box wasn't correct. The easiest way to fix it is to choose your ideal resolution and refresh rate, apply the auto-correct mode, and start adjusting from there. The screen surface is 100% flat; Mitsubishi calls it Natural Flat (NF), which means the optical image beam is corrected before it hits the screen surface.

Other nice features:
I was impressed with the screen coating. Other monitors, especially Sony, have a smudgy coating. This monitor has a "dry" coating, where you can clean the screen without creating "rainbow smears." It also has a built-in USB hub, and you connect the data cable vertically, so that you can flush the monitor to the wall. The monitor is also remarkably light and has a small footprint. It has almost the same weight as my old 19" Sony monitor. The visual area of the screen is 20", bigger than that of most other 22" or 21" monitors, which is 19.8".

Cons:
The On Screen Menu (OSD) controls are a bit more awkward than other monitors. It also doesn't have BNC connectors, which is a bummer for a monitor of this quality. But the data cable that comes with it is sturdy and isolates EM interference very well.

Conclusion:
If you're looking for a 21" or 22" monitor, with a perfectly flat screen, with a uniform .24mm dot pitch grill, with excellent text, graphics, and geometry, then you should seriously consider this monitor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor if you can foot the bill for it.
This monitor is absolutely wonderful. I upgraded from a (non-flat) Gateway V900 19" monitor that came with my computer when I went off to college. My 2060u had some very slight distortion problems on the bottom part of the monitor, but they were easily fixed using the numerous geometry (distortion) adjustments on the monitor. The picture is fairly bright (not quite as bright as the sony models, brighter than the 21-22" NEC displays) but very crisp (much more so than the sony models). I was able to find it for a decent enough price to make me choose it over the comparable Samsung 1200NF (2060u was...more). I usually run at 1600x1200@85, but I occasionally run it at 1920x1440@75 when I have multiple applications open and need the space. The text (for me) is still readable at that res and I wouldn't say I have extraordinary vision. My only (very small) gripe really has nothing to do with the monitor. My Geforce 2 won't do 2048x1536@75Hz in 32bit color (It will at 16-bit). I recommend popping on over to [a]link to check out the manual and features... ... Read more


13. NEC-Mitsubishi MutiSync FP1375X 22" CRT Monitor
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00005KJVW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 53775
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 22-inch display, 20-inch viewable image size
  • Totally Flat Aperture Grille
  • Recommended 1600 x 1200 resolution @ 85 Hz, 2048 x 1536 maximum
  • 0.24mm grille pitch
  • Multilayered coatings, OptiClear screen

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor
I am using this monitor with the DVI input to one PC and the analog input to a laptop. The positives: large screen, easy to use controls, and sharp picture. The negatives: My USB mouse died a few times when plugged into the back of the PC. I am not 100% sure that this is the PC though-still trying to figure this one out. The biggest negative of this monitor is that the screen is not totally flat. They say it's flat - but not totally. I sit pretty close to the screen so I am probably more aware of this. Very slight curvature. Maybe it is impossible to make a screen so big totally flat? Still - I am not sure what a better CRT monitor would be - Sony's big boys cost much more and there is no where to check them out. Sony's flagship store in Chicago (5 stories high) does not even show CRTs anymore. I would still buy this monitor again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding display, outstanding manufacturer
I had an NEC FP1350X which offered amazing image quality, but began to fail on me while still within warrantee. NEC replaced it at no cost, *and* upgraded me to the FP1375X I have now. Great customer service.

The image quality is the best I have seen in 15 years of work in graphics and imaging. My only gripe is that the USB ports and the display ports on the back could be better positioned. By the way, the display has ports for both analog and digital connections from your computer.

With respect to the negative comment from another reviewer, the one comment I would offer is that displays of this size need care, especially when being moved. My original monitor, for example, was probably damaged (very subtly) in the course of delivery. And these large monitors generate a lot of heat, so minor damage can be aggravated with use.

The other monitors in this class are from Phillips and Sony.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware
Being one of the most expensive 21-22 inch CRT monitors on the market, and from a highly respected source (NEC-Mitsubishi) I expected a better than average product. What I got...

Monitor #1: "Damaged CRT" according to NEC tech-support. The CRT had 2 large dark areas on either side of center (4" x 8"), with an especially bright diagonal area in the middle (3" x 7").

Monitor #2: "Damaged CRT" according to NEC tech-support. This CRT has the same 2 large dark areas on either side of center, and the bright diagonal area in the middle, and they are worse than the first monitor. This monitor also "flashes" the entire screen every so often (sigh).

Not sure if I will try for a third monitor, try another model, or another brand. ... Read more


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