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1. Apple Cinema 20" Flat-Panel Display
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2. Apple Cinema 30" HD Flat-Panel
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3. Apple Cinema 23" HD Flat-Panel
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4. Apple M8893ZM/A 20" Cinema Display
$650.00 list($699.99)
5. Apple M7649ZM/B Studio Display
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6. Apple Vga Display Adapter Mac
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7. Apple Nvidia GEFORCE4 Titanium
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8. APPLE M8754G/A DVI to VGA Display
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9. Apple M7649Zm/AStudio Display
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10. Apple Cinema HD Display 23" LCD
11. Apple DVI to ADC Adapter

1. Apple Cinema 20" Flat-Panel Display

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Asin: B0002ILKMW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 7386
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Features

  • Bright, wide 20-inch viewable image size
  • 1,680 x 1,050 optimal resolution, 16.7 million colors
  • Industry-standard DVI connector
  • 2-port USB 2.0 hub, 2 FireWire 400 ports
  • Design complements the latest Power Macs and PowerBooks

2. Apple Cinema 30" HD Flat-Panel Display

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Asin: B0002ILKWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 3743
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2,560 x 1,600 optimal resolution, 16.7 million colors
  • Industry-standard DVI connector
  • Design complements the latest Power Macs and PowerBooks
  • 2-port USB 2.0 hub, 2 FireWire 400 ports
  • Requires NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra DDL Card

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Preview Of the new Apple Cinema Dsiplay
Pros-
1)great thin design
2)biggest HD LCD Display ever
3)Wonderful Picture Quality amazing!
4)has firewire inputs
5)Can hook up additional display WOW!

Cons-
1)Can't Be used With PC-(but the 20" and 23" can)
2)Need different Graphic card just to use it

? Why does the design serve as a problem to whom own a power book G4 and like to place it under their Display the New design prohibits this.

Bottom_____________
This is a great LCD display with amazing clearity,has Dule monitor support. but has to have all new graphics card and design proibits the place of your laptop to slide underneath the display.

OVER ALL preview rating a 9.5 of 10.00 ... Read more


3. Apple Cinema 23" HD Flat-Panel Display

our price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B0002ILKNQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2904
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Features

  • Bright, wide 23-inch viewable image size
  • 1,920 x 1,200 optimal resolution, 16.7 million colors
  • Industry-standard DVI connector
  • Design complements the latest Power Macs and PowerBooks
  • 2-port USB 2.0 hub, 2 FireWire 400 ports

4. Apple M8893ZM/A 20" Cinema Display
list price: $1,300.00
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Asin: B00008DCYE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 15302
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Apple Cinema Display series lets you focus your creative energies by keeping your desktop layout simple. Edit images and web pages up to two full pages at a time, or view multiple video streams or DVDs in full widescreen. Delivering up to 1,680 x 1,050-pixel resolution, the new 20-inch Apple Cinema Display offers twice the brightness, twice the sharpness, and twice the contrast ratio of the typical CRT display.

Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal and vertical) enable easy placement in your workstation, and Apple's ColorSync technology allows you to create custom profiles to maintain consistent color onscreen and in print. Pixel response time is fast for seamless full-motion video. Although Apple does not provide a specific pixel response time (usually stated in milliseconds), it claims that the monitor is designed to respond quickly across the entire color spectrum, while most manufacturers report only the transition from black to white.

The pure digital interface delivers distortion-free images that never need adjusting, meaning that user controls are streamlined and kept to a minimum. Compatible with the Power Mac G4 desktop series or PowerBook G4 laptops, the 20-inch Apple Cinema Display does require Mac OS X v10.2 or higher and connects through the Apple Display Connector (ADC) cable for digital video, USB, and power. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, 0.258 mm dot pitch
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Ideal for the Power Mac G4 digital graphics interface
  • Widescreen format for 2-page text and full-screen DVD
  • Lightning-fast pixel response for full-motion video playback

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Two USB conector, and a power switch
It is not jut the best Display I ever had see. I solve two other "problems" in Mac use:
It give tho more USB conectors and it have a switch to turn your Mac On.
If you can afford the price, I recomend.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Monitor
I write from the college newspaper and we use this monitor to work on the lay-out for the paper each week. This monitor is great because the graphics are clear. We also run programs like Adobe Photoshop, and the graphics are awesome with that program as well. This monitor just works great. We haven't had any problems with it!

5-0 out of 5 stars i love it
i have had mine for 4 months - no problems -- I switch it between my G4 and G5, I'm going to get a Apple 17" soon for the G4. My wife doesn;t think I need both and announced ownership of the G4.

5-0 out of 5 stars postively the BEST monitor I've ever owned. Period.
Well, what else can this review say? My wife purchased the Apple Cinema Display (20") as an early birthday gift for me, and it arrived immaculately packed. The monitor was extremely easy to set-up, and, when compared to my CRT monitors, absolutely blows them away. The monitor displays crisp, colorful images and text is a breeze to read, even at the highest resolution.
There were no pixel problems - the screen is uniformly bright all around. It's also incredibly light -- well, it's definitely lighter when compared to the previous Sun 19" CRT I was using.

I spend a LOT of time in front of my Macintosh - and the ACD is definitely very easy on my eyes. Don't forget that there are two handy USB 1.1 ports on the back of the monitor -- I only recently discovered these -- but it's extremely convenient for those of you who have need to connect tablets, or other USB peripherals.

If you are seriously considering a good, high quality monitor to go with your Mac, look no further than the Apple Cinema Display. You will love it! Highly Recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic display -- the BEST thing for your Mac!
The quality of this 20" flat-panel display is already legendary (e.g., see MacIntouch.com). It looks great and the image is awesome. The real stunning thing about this monitor is how it will change how you feel about your computer. When you see your digital photos, your web pages and your DVDs on this diplay, you will be amazed. I had a very nice 17" CRT before this, and the Apple display just blows it out of the water: the images are brighter, sharper, cleaner, flatter... Having this much real estate (1680 x 1050) is amazing -- two full wide web pages side by side, or all your PhotoShop or Dreamweaver palettes open at once with room to spare...

It has literally changed the way I use my computer and really made me appreciate how great digital photos are. It's easy to show digital photos: with the big display and the wide viewing angle, people can gather around or see from across the room. And the images are far richer and brighter than they were on my CRT.

Another nice thing is how shallow the display is compared to a big fat CRT. I was able to move my desk all the way to the wall, making more space in my apartment! How many monitors can you say that about!?

I know it's expensive, but having bought **many** different computer setups over the past 10 years, I can say that this display is THE BEST component I have ever bought, and made the BIGGEST difference in how I enjoy and use my computer (Macintosh, of course!). ... Read more


5. Apple M7649ZM/B Studio Display 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00008DCY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 19217
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This modern, minimalist display is clearly designed for those with demanding temperaments. Its lightweight 17-inch screen supplies the outstanding 1,280 x 1,024 resolution you'd normally find in a 21-inch CRT giant, while the clean, simple lines and clutter-reducing two-port USB hub will have your desktop ready for a photo shoot.

Features include an anti-glare hardcoat, 16.7 million color capability, 0.264 mm dot pitch, and 350:1 contrast ratio for a rich, bright picture. The 170-degree viewing angle and nearly instant pixel response promise satisfaction when you're dealing with graphic-heavy applications--games, DVDs, and professional design programs are all a joy to watch.

Apple includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service, and provides 90 days of free technical support. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264mm dot pitch
  • Pure digital interface
  • 170-degree viewing angles
  • 2-port self-powered USB hub
  • 1-year warranty with 90 days of free tech support

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tried 3 other; should have just bought this one!
After ruining my existing CRT monitor, I had to buy a replacement. Searched for low-cost, high-quality CRTs and found none (went to at least 6 stores). Brought home two CRTs and immediately took them back. Then decided to up the ante by looking at LCDs. Bought the Sony SDM-HS73 (based on reviews and store demo). Brought it home and immediately didn't like the text when plugged in my G4 -- very fuzzy and gave me a headache.

So I finally did what my wife and several friends suggested, spend the $700+ and buy the monitor I knew I really wanted/needed. Save yourself the search and buy the best to start.

Cons: price tag, only Mac compatible, must need ADC.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful for 1-2 years, then backlight fails.
I really wish that I could give this Apple product 5 stars, write some words of praise, and be on my way, but unfortunately I would feel uncomfortable recommending this monitor.

For two full years, this monitor was great. The resolution is generous, it is bright, and the fully digital ADC interface is perfect. Colors look good from a wide range of angles. The casing is smart and takes up little space, and it's easy to clean. The touch-sensitive power and brightness buttons are a nice touch that you expect from Apple.

Unfortunately, after two years, the top half of my display suddenly went dim, which is extremely annoying. I wouldn't post a negative review here just because I got unlucky. I am posting here because hundreds of customers have seen their displays fail within the first two years. Just look at Apple's discussion boards to see for yourself. (I can't post URLs in reviews.) Apple has not acknowledged that this is a widespread problem, and repair costs exceed that of a new display. It is also unclear as to whether or not this problem has been fixed in newer models. ... Read more


6. Apple Vga Display Adapter Mac

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B000068BSC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 11653
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7. Apple Nvidia GEFORCE4 Titanium Graphic Card M8757G/A
list price: $455.99
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Asin: B00007IFBK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 47606
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8. APPLE M8754G/A DVI to VGA Display Adapter

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B00006I51I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 20478
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9. Apple M7649Zm/AStudio Display 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $700.00
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Asin: B00005NKXC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 23233
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Form races neck and neck with function in the sleekly styled 17-inch TFT Apple Studio Display. Weighing in at less than 15 pounds, this impressive monitor provides a thin-film transistor active-matrix display that offers real clarity in a pint-sized package. The 1,280 x 1,024 dpi resolution combines with the 350:1 contrast ratio and more than 16 million saturated colors to provide ultrasharp detail and vivid images for graphics professional. An antiglare hard coat and widescreen viewing angles provide excellent versatility in the workplace, while the single display connector combines USB, power, and digital video to keep your desktop clutter free. The manufacturer includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch thin-film transistor LCD produces 16.7 million colors
  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, high 350:1 contrast ratio
  • Beautifully bright with up to 170-degree viewing angle
  • Designed for Power Mac G4
  • Fast pixel response; 2 USB ports

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars This display is terrific!
I have one of these displays that I use at work, and think that it is the best thing since sliced bread! Apple has done an amazing job. The brightness and clarity are absolutely brilliant. I love that it has only the one cable, which carries power, video, and USB signal all in one. It makes for a nice clean work area, without all those ugly cords for power, video, and USB. But then again, that is no surprise, because you can tell that Apple truly cares about beauty, as well as performance. My hats off to Apple!!

5-0 out of 5 stars At least as good as anybody else's LCD
Let's see, there are too many cool things about this display. It costs about the same as any of the other premium LCD panels at this size (you can get a cheaper one, but you usually give up contrast, viewing angle, or speed). You get a single cable attachment to your Power Mac (carries video, power, and USB) which saves a lot of clutter. You get a pair of USB ports on the monitor which most others don't offer, despite it's convenience. And it just looks too darn cool on the desk next to the Power Mac.

Love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm really happy
I just bought this flat-panel at the recently reduced price, and I'm totally happy with it. It's got a much smaller footprint than my old 17" monitor, it's bright, easy on the eyes, and a total breeze to set up.

I was a little leary of ordering such a "delicate" item online, but then realized Apple would have to ship it to me, just the same. It arrived fine, and without any dead pixels.

At the new, lower price, you really can't go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best flat panel monitor.
Flat panel momitors have two major advantages: the entire surface of the display is usable (thus a 17" flat panel monitor gives as large a working surface as a 19" CRT monitor) and they don't take up a lot of desk space as CRT monitors do. But most flat panel monitors have the disadvantage that their image is not quite as sharp as the best CRT monitors. This Apple monitor gives you the best of both types. It has the size advantages typical of flat panel monitors and it has the crisp, sharp image quality of the best CRT monitors. Yes, it's more expensive than the average flat panel monitor; but if you want CRT image quality with the size advantages of a flat panel monitor this is the one to get.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy-on-the-eyes
I was initially unsettled about the thought of buying a flat panel display because of the nature of the color critical work I am required to do; especially after seeing other flat panels in action at CompUSA, Circuit City, ect. Also, a flat panel seems more of a luxury than a need to get work finished. But, post-purchase, I could not be more satisfied with this display. Now, when I use any CRT display, it appears fuzzy and out of focus. I love my new display and it is well worth the cost! ... Read more


10. Apple Cinema HD Display 23" LCD Monitor
list price: $2,000.00
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Asin: B000067V08
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 13020
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Full 23-inch diagonal display area
  • Supports 1,920 x 1,200 resolution for high-definition video and stills
  • Designed to work with the Power Mac G4 digital graphics interface for distortion-free images
  • Incredibly wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • Lightning-fast pixel response for full-motion digital video

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works with Windows XP
Just bought the 23" Apple Cinema display. It works at full res with a GeForce 4 4600 and Windows XP. It has no hardware brightness/contrast controls, but the NVidia driver has these controls + gamma. You can save configurations (such as nighttime, cloudy, office etc) and access them quickly from the taskbar. I have one dead pixel, but at this resolution it is hardly noticeable. You have to buy the DVI to ADC converter to get it to work with an NVidia GeForce card ($$$). There is no loss in quality when using the converter (it is all digital). Color quality and brightness are even across the entire screen. The pixel response is fast for an LCD, but not as quick as a CRT. Still, DVDs and flight simulator rarely exhibit ghosting. Definitely happy with my purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is THE monitor to have for Mac or PC
This monitor was designed to be used with Apple's latest G4 Macintosh product line- A single proprietary cable (called the Apple Display Connector, or ADC) provides power and video information to the monitor as well as USB connectivity to the two port USB hub built into the back of the screen. The 1.5" surrounding bezel is grey, encased in clear plastic, giving it a crystal look matching the G4 Cube or Tower decor.

By utilizing Apple's ADC to DVI Converter (not included- provides backward compatibility with non-ADC Macs such as Apple's Powerbook notebooks) as well as a graphic card with a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) port, such as NVidia's GeForce4 4600 or ATI's 9700 Pro, the Cinema Display can be used by both older Macs and PCs. The converter combines AC power, DVI video data and USB data into one port for the monitor's ADC input cable.

The LCD display is roughly one inch taller and two inches wider than two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) placed side by side- perfect for displaying two full page word processing documents, web page design, or any other applications which might require a number of simultaneous open windows.

There are three minor issues that I noticed. Most monitors have some kind of adjustment buttons... contrast, brightness, hue, tint, etc. Rather than provide external adjustment buttons, The Apple Cinema Display comes with their Apple Displays Software- Apple's "all digital", Mac-only display adjustment solution. PC users must make adjustments to the display via their videocard's driver software. The two touch sensitive buttons on the front bezel are specifically to turn on a G4 Mac and to access the Apple Displays Software... when attached to a PC with the converter, they serve no purpose (although they glow when touched).

Another caveat... Apple doesn't provide an *.INF file for Windows Plug and Play recognition. Windows XP just lists it as a "Plug and Play Monitor". It's an insignificant detail, but when there are few flaws to speak of, the insignificant ones tend to stand out.

Most flat panel displays are suspended from central hinge and mounted on a stand. The size and weight of the 23" Cinema Display make it difficult to implement this, so it stands on three feet- two 2" legs at the base of the screen and a central leg mounted in the back, similar to how a picture frame stands up. This makes the monitor tilt up at an angle, rather than flat in relation to the viewer. I corrected this by putting a video cassette under the back leg.

My Test System: Athlon 2800+, Asus A7N8X+ motherboard, 1Gb PC3200 DDR RAM, ATI Radeon 9700 Pro

First, I decided to watch a DVD. I had mixed results, but not due to the display.

Wide-format DVDs can be encoded two ways- either in full widescreen leaving the DVD software/player to create the black bars above and below the image when displayed on a standard monitor or television, or it can be encoded with the black bars as part of the video frames. This produces a normal widescreen look on a 4:3 ratio television or monitor, but a widescreen display will display black borders on the sides. As a result, the first TRON DVD release (not the 20th Anniversary Edition) and the theatrical release of DUNE (not the Sci-Fi Channel mini-series) that I watched had a two inch black border surrounding a widescreen video image.

Both Intervideo's WinDVD and Cyberlink's PowerDVD software exhibited the same problem, although PowerDVD does have a software zoom solution that cuts a little bit off of the left and right sides.

Independence Day and Star Wars: The Phantom Menace were a different story though. The Cinema Display has a 16:10 ratio, while standard widescreen format is a 16:9 ratio. Because of this, playback of true widescreen movies on this monitor will still have black bars above and below the video image.

According to the Apple Website, The Cinema Display has "lightning-fast pixel response for full-motion digital video playback." They weren't overstating their claim either... I could not detect any of the "ghosting" that occurs with some LCD monitors when high action/fast movement video sequences are displayed.

Next I tried gaming. The two games I have installed are Funcom's Anarchy Online and Dreamcatcher's Hegemonia: Legions of Doom.

Hegemonia is a 3D space battle strategy game. It had only a few resolutions available in it's graphics options screen- the highest being 1600 x 1200. When I played this game, like the 4:3 ratio DVDs, there were black bars on each side of the screen. This is understandable though- few games are written to take advantage of non-standard screen resolutions. Other than that the image was sharp and clear with no distortions.

Anarchy Online is a "massively multi-player online role-playing game", or MMORPG. It was written to be able to utilize any display resolution, either in fullscreen mode or in a window, and I was able to play the game easily at 1920 x 1200. Every so often, though, I'd see the screen "twitch" as I played the game... It could've been any number of things, from the software itself, to Microsoft's DirectX API, to a build up of static. When I actually started playing the game, (after about 15 minutes of "ooohing" and "ahhhing" over the image) the twitches were hardly noticable... in fact, I've noticed them occurring less and less, which leads me to believe that it was indeed a minor static issue.

Summary: The 23" Apple Cinema Display is, simply put, one of the absolute best displays on the market. ... more.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful hardware, but beware of compatibility with Windows
As a software developer with broadband internet and a TV tuner in my PC, I usually have a ridiculous number of things on screen at the same time. It's not uncommon to catch me writing code in one window, reading documentation in another, and watching TV in a third. Attaching two side-by-side LCD displays to my PC would manage this just fine, and probably more cheaply to boot.

But I also like to play games and watch movies, and for that, I wanted a single large panel. The only thing that fit the bill was the Apple display.

I purchased it after much ogling of showroom displays, and attached it to my PC's DVI port (with the help of Apple's DVI-to-ADC adapter). Windows XP detected the new monitor, my video card (ATI 9700 Pro AIW) recognized the higher resolutions, and I was instantly using Windows in crystal-clear 1920x1200 resolution, with no dead pixels.

There are a few negatives:

- The brightness does drop a bit at about 45 degrees, so the sides of the screen may appear darker than the center, but only if you sit really close to it, and are really paying attention.
- On a PC, the Power and Brightness buttons do nothing (except glow in a really cool way when touched). You'll have to use whatever display settings your video card driver provides for color, brightness, contrast, etc. As for turning it off, you'll have to either use Windows' screen-saver option for powering the display down after a few minutes, or unplug it.
- The two built-in USB ports don't suport USB 2.0.
- The ADC connector is proprietary to Apple computers (and only a few models - go figure), so you'll have to buy an adapter (either VGA-ADC or DVI-ADC) to hook it up to your PC.
- Even with my Apple-manufactured DVI-ADC adapter, I get a small amount of "static", especially on black backgrounds. My eyes are trained not to notice it anymore, but considering how pricey these are, it's annoying. UPDATE: I have since found a setting in the ATI configuration that fixes this ('Alternate DVI operational mode'). So this is no longer an issue.
- On my PC, the display doesn't show anything until Windows XP has started up. This means you can't see the BIOS diagnostics or boot menu. On forums, some people have reported this as a problem, and some say it works fine for them. If anything ever goes wrong with the boot process, I'm not sure what I'll do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent monitor
The screen itself is excellent. Especially since you can get a (...) rebate if u buy it together with an Apple G5 Powermac. Buy one you won't be disappointed. Also, Apple will release a 30" display in the Apple WWDC (...)

5-0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal product - my best purchase in 2003
I bought this monitor from Amazon almost a year ago. I am still amazed at how big it is - and I mean big in terms of usable screen space. I have it hooked up to my Intel based PC using a DVI video card. It is aesthetically beautiful as well which was a nice change of pace from my previous large screen monitors which were not much to look at. Everything looks good on this screen. High res digital photos, computer games, the 2+ full size Internet browsers that I can place side to side and still have room left on the screen. In short I am really glad I spent the money on it. ... Read more


11. Apple DVI to ADC Adapter

Asin: B000067VKT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 24289
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Features

  • Connects PowerBook G4 system with DVI to ADC-equipped Apple flat-panel displays
  • Permits expanding to a dual-display ultra-wide desktop on a Power Mac G4
  • Highest-quality digital images
  • Compact design
  • 1-year warranty

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