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181. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 1860NX
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182. 3-pack Stylus Pens for Themobilepro
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183. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 20.1"
184. PRINCETON ULTR 97 19IN FLT CRT
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185. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 75F Flat
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186. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1830-BK
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187. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync LCD2010X-BK
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188. NEC/Mitsubishi LCD1760NX-1 17"
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189. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 90 19"
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190. NEC-Mitsubishi MutiSync FP1375X

181. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 1860NX 18" LCD Monitor (White)
list price: $729.99
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Asin: B00007KQKG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 36811
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed to accept both analog D-sub and digital DVI-D inputs, the NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync 1860NX offers the best of today's technology and a strong lead on tomorrow's. The TFT active panel LCD provides sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, fine 0.281 mm dot pitch, and a rich 350:1 contrast ratio--all of which add up to incredibly clean, crisp detail.

With a fast 30 ms response time, the 1860NX is easy on your eyes and able to smoothly handle working or gaming for hours at a time. Wide 160-degree viewing angles and an anti-glare hardcoat create clear visibility under variable lighting conditions and desktop positioning, while the slim 7.9-inch depth keeps your work station clutter-free. The manufacturer also includes a generous three-year warranty covering parts, labor, and backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • Fine 0.281mm dot pitch
  • Analog D-Sub and digital DVI-D inputs
  • Bright display with 350:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 160-degree viewing angles

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
Amazing quality for an 18" LCD monitor. As expected from long time monitor manufacturer NEC-Mitsubishi. I used a Samsung 17" LCD before and there was flickering and unstable video mode and requires driver CD. This one is truly plug-and-play. No driver, no tuning, just work. Crispy, high contrast, even have DVI for 2nd PC for switching on the fly. Highly recommended. ... Read more


182. 3-pack Stylus Pens for Themobilepro 780 And 790

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Asin: B00006B896
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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183. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 20.1" LCD2010X-T LCD Touchscreen
list price: $2,499.99
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Asin: B00005AQ9G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 67563
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Amazon.com Product Description

What's not to love about this gorgeous and versatile flat-panel monitor?The NEC Multisync LCD2010X-T provides the impressive visuals you'd expect from 1,280 x 1,024resolution and Ambix digital technology, guaranteeing vivid colors and crisp edges on its20.1-inch screen.

With a detachable tilt/swivel base and portrait/landscape viewingcapabilities, this monitor can be mounted on any wall or desktop in a variety of configurations. Thetouch screen makes this monitor an excellent choice for POS applications. NECincludes a full three-year warranty that covers parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Ambix dual-input TFT active matrix LCD
  • 21.1-inch viewable screen size
  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • Portrait/landscape viewing, removable base
  • 3-year warranty

184. PRINCETON ULTR 97 19IN FLT CRT ( ULTRA 97 )

Asin: B00019OCQS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Princeton Graphics
Sales Rank: 36513
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Amazon.com Product Description

Princeton's Ultra 97 is a 19-inch (18-inch viewable image size) flat CRT monitor with fully digital onscreen display menus and a high-quality image. A 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution and 0.25 mm dot pitch combine with virtually unlimited display colors to deliver crisp, accurate graphics, while an anti-glare, anti-static, screen coating helps cut back on reflections and the resulting eye-strain. An Invar shadow mask further sharpens focus and reduces distortion.

The Ultra 97 has a 30 to 98 kHz horizontal frequency and 50 to 160 Hz vertical frequency with a 200 MHz nominal video dot clock. The onscreen display is easy to use and provides control over a wide range of monitor settings, including contrast, brightness, zoom,horizontal size,horizontal center, vertical size,vertical center, pincushion, trapezoid, pin-balance, parallelogram, and more.

Energy Star compliant, the 100 to 240VAC, 60/50Hz universal power supply consumes less than 130 watts during normal operation and about 3 watts in sleep mode. A self-diagnostic utility detects the origin of many monitor issues, helping you to quickly diagnose and fix the problem. The Ultra 97 has a 17.6-by-17.9-inch footprint and weighs about 40 pounds. Compatible with PC operating platforms only, the Ultra 97 comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, software CD with drivers, power cord, 15-pin mini D-sub cable, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 1,280 x 1,024 at 85 Hz recommended
  • Fine 0.25 mm dot pitch
  • 18-inch viewable image size
  • Anti-glare, anti-static screen coating
  • 3-year limited warranty

185. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 75F Flat Screen 17" CRT Monitor (PC/Mac)
list price: $164.99
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Asin: B00004Y69Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 24231
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The NEC AccuSync 75F is an ideal monitor for the busy home office orsmall business. Designed for demanding performance, it works well for a widerange of uses, such as checking e-mail, word processing, working onspreadsheets, and entering data.

The 75F's 17-inch display (16-inch viewable), antistatic coating, semidarktint, and nonglare silica coating all contribute to keeping the pictureclear. The result is intensified color, and reflection problems arepractically nonexistent. To ensure sharp and intense images, the AccuSync75F offers a fine 0.25-millimeter dot pitch. Maximum noninterlacedresolution is 1,280 x 1,024.

The 75F's other features include onscreen controls, an Invar shadow mask,120 Hz maximum refresh rate for lower resolutions, and captive 15-pin miniD-sub connector. It is compatible with both PC and Macintosh. It measures20.7 by 22.3 by 20.6 inches and weighs 43.7 pounds. The 7F5 complies withEPA Energy Star and MPR-II regulations and is backed by a three-year limitedwarranty for parts and labor. --Linda Anderson ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch (16-inch viewable) display size
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution at 66 Hz
  • Antistatic coated semidark-tint screen
  • 0.25-millimeter dot pitch
  • Invar shadow mask

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Top of the line
I've had this monitor for a while now and I am nothing short of pleased by the performance of this monitor. The NEC AccuSync 75F is a 17" flat screen monitor. My very old Packard Bell had finally died (go figure), so anything would be an upgrade and I did not want to spend any money.

So I finally decided to go out and spend a few hundred on an NEC, which I had not heard a lot about except it was the manufacturer of my CD-ROM. It has a .24 dot pitch, which is standard in this time. This monitor is also very easy on the eyes.. it comes with a lot of built-in features that make sitting behind the monitor for an extended amount of time a joy instead of a headache.

It has suitable resolution support (up to 1280x1024 @ 66 Hz). The monitor also has a very user-friendly setup which is a breeze to control and it comes with a full 3-year warranty.

1-0 out of 5 stars LOUSY QUALITY
UPON RECEIVING THIS PRODUCT, I WAS THRILLED AT THE AWESOME DISPLAY FOR SUCH A REASONABLE PRICE. A NICE, BRIGHT, LARGE, READABLE SCREEN. I THOUGHT, WOW, I FOOLED THOSE MONSTERS AT HP THIS TIME!

ALAS, DON'T BE FOOLED (AND FORGIVE ME FOR THE CLICHE') BUT... YOU PAY FOR WHAT YOU GET! I BOUGHT THE MONITOR AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER, RECEIVED IT IN EARLY OCTOBER, AND IT STARTED GIVING ME GRIEF AT THE END OF DECEMBER WITH MOMENTARY FLICKERS. THE FLICKERS TURNED INTO THE SCREEN STRETCHING AT THE TOP AND THE BOTTOM AND BOWING TOWARD THE CENTER. THIS COMMON ANNOYANCE TURNED INTO THE SCREEN SHUTTING OFF AT FIRST PERIODICALLY AND THEN ONCE EVERY TWO MINUTES (I AM NOT EXAGGERATING!)

MY LUCK: OF COURSE, IT IS TOO LATE TO RETURN IT TO AMAZON, SO NOW I HAVE TO "SUCK UP" MY LOSSES AND INVEST IN A HIGHER PRICED UNIT. HOPEFULLY I WILL NOT HAVE THESE KINDS OF PROBLEMS WITH THE NEXT MONITOR I PURCHASE.

THIS IS CRAZY, AS I HAVE OWNED MANY COMPUTERS IN MY LIFE AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME MY COMPUTER HAS OUTLASTED MY MONITOR! I HOPE THIS OFFERS CAUTION TO OTHER PEOPLE. TAKE HEED: SPRING FOR A HIGHER PRICED, MORE REPUTABLE UNIT!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value.
This monitor is a good combination of price and performance. It's not perfect, but it has good picture quality, and a nice flat screen. Nice manufacturers warranty and the refresh rates are adequate for most users.

4-0 out of 5 stars Incredible!
This is an amazing monitor! I have been wanting to get a new monitor for some time now since my old one was old and small. I finally got an excuse to do so when (like another reviewer) my old Packard Bell monitor finally gave up the ghost. I had previously been shopping around extensively for new monitors and I finally settled on the AccuSync 75F. I am glad I did!!!

The monitor is a flat-screen (not to be confused with LCD) 17 inch (16 inch viewable) super-high-quality monitor. It outperforms any monitor I have seen. It worked wonderfully on my Win98, WinME, and WinXP machine, my iBook Mac OS-9/OS-X machine, AND EVEN my Mandrake Linux 8.1 machine!

It is also fabulous for graphic engineering, a hobby of mine. It is a winner in the category of monitors by a long shot!!!

I would suggest anyone buy this, wether they be starting out in the world of computers or treating themselves to a new computer add-on.

UPDATE: I've had this monitor for over two years now and the cable which is hard wired to the back of the monitor for signal input has failed. The only colour that shows is red, so I am forced to look at everything in a red tint. I have tried it on different computers and have checked the pins, but the problem appears to be in the cable itself. It is not possible to change the input cable unless you take it to a repair shop. You could theoretically do it yourself, but it is STRONGLY advised that you don't due to the hazard for electrical shock.

Unfortunately I'm going to have to downgrade this to 4 stars, because this monitor is excellent just as long as you're very careful with the cable. ... Read more


186. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1830-BK 18" LCD Monitor
list price: $849.99
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Asin: B00005B6PF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 21824
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The LCD1830 monitor brings clarity to your desktop graphics. The true 18.1-inch viewable image size provides a 300:1 contrast ratio and over 16 million colors through a new color algorithm, and supports the sRGB reproduction standard. With a maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, your images will shine with crisp edges and vivid detail on a flicker-free screen.

The sleek frame offers lightweight versatility—the screen is just 3 inches deep and the total depth of the detachable base is just over 8 inches. The monitor's weight is 14.3 pounds, and it supports wall or arm mounting, with an optional bracket. The anti-glare hard coat guarantees clear viewing even in bright offices, and with the wide-angle technology, you can be assured of a clear view from a variety of positions (160 degrees horizontally and vertically).

NEC has brought plug-and-play to new heights with its automatic picture adjustment; once you connect the cables and power up, the monitor does the rest for you. When purchased new, the unit is backed by a three-year manufacturer's warranty that covers parts, labor, and backlight.

What's in the Box
MultiSync LCD1830 monitor with detachable tilt base, power cord, 15-pin video signal cable, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1024 resolution, 0.28 mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 200-nit brightness, 300:1 contrast ratio
  • 18.1-inch viewable image size; removable base
  • 3-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars LCD flat screen reduces eye strain & headaches
I just bought one of these for $... and it totally reinvents the quality of your interaction with the computer. Why ? Because the individual pixels are extremely crisp in their presentation, which gives your eyes a more relaxed in-focus feeling. Next, the display is flat, and that opens up your desktop in a way that is most pleasant, and gets the screen AWAY from your eyes which reduces eye strain. NEXT, the unit has no TV-set flicker as regular monitors do, thereby reducing headaches. The elimination of electromagnetic and gamma radiation is also beneficial as there is no electron gun. As to me, I hucked out my CRT monitor and will never go back.. The reduction in headaches & eye strain is immediate & obvious. Passers-by also greatly admire the image.

However, an NEC LCD 1830 is only for the technologically knowledgeable, and here is why: If you don't set it up and use it properly, it will deliver an image worse than a regular CRT. Think of the flat-panel field of LCD pixels as better, yet less forgiving of technical errors.
Firstly, you have to understand that the native resolution is 1280 x 1024 (1.3 million pixels) and you must drive it as such from the computer. If you don't properly match to the 1830's native resolution, instead of razor-sharp individual pixel crispness, the image will be interpolated and look poor. Many a fool has presumed these displays to be inferior to the CRT's, only because they didn't operate them at native resolution.

Nextly, you have to understand that the NEC 1830 is a value-oriented product and therefore has a good ole' fashioned RGB ANALOG (standard 15-pin) monitor interface. When the analog signal clocks in, it behaves much different from the CRT, in that there can be a mismatch between the changes in the clock and the changes of the analog value. THEREFORE the LCD 1830 includes an on-screen menu adjustment to adjust the dot-clock delay timing relation between the RGB data and clock. This is the 4th menu option and it is just below "H. Size". This adjustment is NOT adequately described by NEC and if you fail to carefully make this adjustment you will NOT get sharpness down to the single pixel. Admittedly the full-digital interfaces coming out will solve this but that topic is not in widespread manufacture here in Summer 2001.

Except for the lack of emphasis on the dot-clock delay adjustment, the built-in menu is notably pleasant and easy to use... unlike various competitors. Also you are vulnerable to whether your analog cable was wired well, or poorly, and I have seen variations in pixel sharpness with different cables. Again the digitally driven versions to be seen in future years avoid those worries. Meanwhile the 15-pin analog cable is a universal and entirely safe thing to invest into so I bought into the 1830 without hesitation.

The value and sharpness is incredible and was the best of the LCD flat-panels around $.... If you want the best then this is it.

You must also make a point of turning it off when not in use as all of this incredible good fortune comes at the expense of flourescent backlighting. If you leave it on 24 hrs/day the factory says you will get about 5 years and then the bulb must be replaced in Georgia.

If you are the least bit demanding about visual sharpness, and if you are tired of headaches and eye-strain from traditional monitors, then this LCD 1830 is the best bang for the buck here in Summer 2001. You will be wise to select a black-frame unit rather than the white-frame as it better offsets the crisp, photographically high-quality image.

I hope you enjoy this new technology as much as I do. I shouldn't tell you this because I will be buying a 2nd for another machine, and I actually don't need your competition on the limited supply.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition to the work space
Unfortunately, I was forced to look outside of Apple products to source a new monitor. Fortunately for me, I came across this NEC beauty. It works great with my mac. The setup was effortless. I can't imagine going back to a CRT after this. My workspace is uncluttered and the large screen tilts easily for optimum positioning. I have had no problems with dead pixels, or blurred video. Everyone who sees it comments on how large the live area is and how crisp text looks.
The price was great - and actually it's even better than what I paid 6 months ago. I highly recommend this monitor to anyone who craves desk space, a crisp clear display and the admiration of friends and colleagues!

5-0 out of 5 stars Could'nt be more pleased
NEC ... is great..., by the way. ... so don't even hesitate to buy it. I am so glad I found this beatiful monitor in black on Amazon. ... My eyes never feel strained. One of my best purchases.

5-0 out of 5 stars 1830 BK
The best price/performance ratio monitor on the market... much better resolution and clarity than other brands...just go into a store sometime and look at the picture of all the brands side by side; this one will stand out as the sharpest. I use Cambridge Sound Works speakers, anyway....I'm glad NEC slashed their prices a few months ago.

3-0 out of 5 stars dual input monitor adapters!
I have two machines at home, one running windows xp and the other one running Linux/Windows 98. They are both plugged into
this LCD display! There is a switch on the display that allows you to switch from Input 1 to Input 2 and vice versa. Of course, you could you use a switch box instead if you decided to get a different monitor/lcd display. However, the switch box kind of degrade the resolution; so I have experienced.

The quality of picture on this unit is amazing. I cannot be happier. I set its angle down a bit to reduce the glare. By doing so I noticed the picture display is better (based on my preference).

It's so easy to setup as well. There is a compartment on the back that allows you to hide the two input cables + 1 power cord. This display is a space saver as well.

This is one of my best buys! ... Read more


187. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync LCD2010X-BK Black LCD Monitor
list price: $1,699.99
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Asin: B00005NFPF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 57660
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you are an imaging professional or just a serious online gamer, you'll love the size and clarity of the NEC Multisync LCD2010X. Offering a 20.1-inch totally flat LCD view screen in a sleek black frame, it combines strength and beauty in one exceptional monitor. The 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 75 Hz refresh rate, and 16 million colors provide vivid pictures with perfectly crisp detail. The screen is easily removable from the base and can be mounted on your wall in either portrait or landscape orientation. NEC offers a three-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1280 x 1024 resolution
  • 0.31 millimeter dot pitch
  • 20.1-inch viewable screen
  • Accepts both analog and digital inputs
  • 85-degree viewing angle

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars NEC & Mitsubishi Team Up To Produce Excelent Moniter
I have avoided using LCD monitors since I first saw one in my local Best Buy. Why? Because I use my PC to play games, and I have believed in the myth that all LCD monitors have that "ghosting" problem, you know, when things move across the screen but leave a fait "ghost" where they were. Ever since I saw the NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync LCD2010X-BK Black LCD Monitor I've been promoting LCD monitors to all my friends and family. I seriously and strongly recommend this outstanding monitor to the casual user and hardcore gamer alike! ... Read more


188. NEC/Mitsubishi LCD1760NX-1 17" LCD Monitor (White)

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Asin: B0000B3AMI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 32488
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

NEC's 17-inch MultiSync LCD1760NX-1 uses an active-matrix, TFT (thin-film-transistor) LCD to deliver a vivid, high-contrast picture in a wall-mountable frame less than three inches deep. The monitor gives you digital and analog inputs, NEC's Rapid Response technology for smooth, and full-motion video--and its small footprint and low weight make it easy to position and transport.

Using multiple-frequency technology, the monitor automatically adjusts to the scanning frequency of your computer's display card to give you the required resolution. A feature called No Touch Auto Adjust optimizes the monitor's image settings at power-on, while the unit's OSM lets you quickly adjust all elements of your image through simple onscreen menus.

You'll enjoy plug-and-play performance with the Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, and XP operating systems, which facilitate installation by allowing the monitor to send its capabilities (such as screen size and supported resolutions) directly to your computer, automatically optimizing the display. Six AccuColor presets give you a choice of color setting (sRGB and NATIVE color presets are standard and cannot be changed).

Supplied LiquidView software ensures easy, high-resolution readability by providing the largest font/icon/tool and task-bar sizes at native resolutions. Meanwhile, NaViSet software provides an intuitive graphical interface for screen-setting controls so you can make adjustments via your mouse and keyboard. FullScan capability uses the entire screen area in most resolutions, significantly expanding image size.

NEC's Rapid Response technology delivers lifelike, full-motion video with response times of 30 ms or less. Rapid Response virtually eliminates ghosting or blurring during streaming video while achieving at least 33 frames per second (fps).

The onboard IPM (Intelligent Power Manager) system allows the monitor to shift to a lower power-consumption level when it's on but not in use, saving two-thirds of your monitor energy costs, reducing emissions while lowering the air conditioning costs of your workplace.

Other ErgoDesign features include a tiltable base, small footprint, and compliance with MPRII and TCO guidelines for lower emissions. The monitor's VESA-standard mounting interface lets you connect the monitor to any VESA-standard third-party mounting arm or bracket.

What's in the Box
LCD monitor, user's manual, AC-power cord x1, signal cable (D-sub to D-sub), warranty information, and LiquidView brochure ... Read more

Features

  • High 1,280 x 1,024 optimum resolution, fine 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and digital DVI-D inputs
  • Broad 160-degree viewing angles
  • 260 cd/m2 brightness, high 450:1 contrast, fast 16 ms response time
  • PC and Mac compatible, Mac requires optional cable; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars 1 LCD with dead pixel, 1 LCD with wavy film
I bought one NEC LCD1760NX-BK-1 (black) from another online store, and two NEC LCD1760NX-1's (white) from Amazon, all in Dec-Feb. These have 16ms response times -- good for games and DVD movies -- a height-adjustable stand (nice), and interpolate fine to lower resolutions. The black one was perfect. The white ones have cuter looking frames. Panel-wise, the first white one from Amazon had no dead pixels -- however, there was a strange waviness in the film which you could see standing up (I don't think I've seen this before on an LCD). Otherwise, looking straight on, the picture was fine. The second white one had a bright-green always-on pixel. Considering my Windows background is black, and at boot up the BIOS screen is black, it's pretty obvious. Viewing web pages in IE, you don't notice as much. I e-mailed NEC support and they said a "faulty" monitor is defined as having at least 7 subpixel problems (pixels which are a color), 5 whole pixel problems (pixels that are always black or white), or 4 subpixel / 2 whole pixel problems in the same 5x5 pixel area (ha). Also, between all three LCDs, the one with the dead pixel is dimmer -- I need to turn up brightness to 100% to match 75% on the other LCDs (it's funny because, according to the serial number, the dimmer one is actually newer than the other white one -- 3ZJ00632GA instead of 3ZJ00590GA). I plan to keep the wavy white one, and return the dim, dead-pixel white one. I see many positive reviews for the black one on other sites, and they're cheaper -- I suspect NEC manufactures more of the black ones, and stores sell more of them, so you get the newer ones in all the time for black. It's also funny that I bought from NEC to avoid dead pixels and weird problems. Many 16ms panels (including this one I believe) are produced by AU Optronics, a Taiwanese company with factories in China probably, but I was hoping that QA would be better with NEC and they wouldn't ship the ones with defects. Always see user reviews on the Internet for the most informed choice (in my case, should have stuck with black).

SUMMARY:
I got two white ones from Amazon with defects -- I got one black one from another online store which was fine. The white ones have a cuter frame. These LCDs are good for games and LCDs, have a height-adjustable and tiltable stand, and interpolate fine to lower resolutions. Get a black one. ... Read more


189. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 90 19" Monitor (PC/Mac)
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00004SYNK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 22561
Average Customer Review: 3.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you're looking to move on from a teeny-tiny 15-inch monitor, consider upgrading to the NEC AccuSync 90 as money well spent. In addition to the mammoth 18-inch viewable screen size, the footprint of the AccuSync 90 almost equals the footprint of a 17-inch monitor--sure to save plenty of precious desk space.

At a dot pitch of 0.26 millimeter, this shadow mask CRT presents a fine display. It isn't the sharpest of monitors, but text and images are clear and detailed. At higher resolutions, however, we found that smaller font sizes become nearly illegible. We also noticed some ghosting near the edges of the monitor. Still, there's a lot to like about the AccuSync 90. Colors are rich and deep, contrast controls are strong, and the screen is surprisingly flat for a shadow mask CRT.

With a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 at 76 Hz, the AccuSync 90 is no slouch, and at the recommended resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 at 89 Hz, eyestrain is certain to be a thing of the past. The AccuSync 90 is a well-rounded monitor that should appeal to consumers on a budget. High-end graphics users might want to shy away from the AccuSync 90's dull image quality, but for general business applications, the AccuSync 90 should fill the bill nicely. --Dan Simpson

Pros:

  • Inexpensive
  • High refresh rates

Cons:

  • Fuzzy text at higher resolutions
  • Some ghosting apparent
... Read more

Features

  • 1,600 x 1,200 at 76 Hz maximum resolution
  • 0.26-millimeter dot pitch
  • Invar shadow mask
  • PC and Macintosh compatible
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works and looks great
Works great. Plug-n-play. No problems. This black monitor has worked perfect for the past 2 months. Dell has free shipping, so it was a great bargain. Text and images are sharp. Great for watching DVD movies on. It's not a flat-screen (slightly curved glass), but that's not really a problem.

1-0 out of 5 stars acusync sinks to the bottom
We purchased this monitor and found out that it had a fault when it arrived, however we checked our video card and the rest of the system first. Because of this we did not return it under warranty until after the 30 day period for returns. So now we have to pay for shipping from east coast to west coast 55lbs. I recieved a very unsympathetic answer from the customer support and will now be consulting a lawyer. The new monitor seems ok now....but I wonder how long before we have to pay out again. If I had paid a little more and got a monitor from the local pc shop, I would have had no problem returning it and no shipping....as I have with other faulty components before. Shouldnt the point of online shopping these hard days for the internet merchants be to assure people that it is better than the local shop? Well, next time I need something I will buy local.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, More than expected, A BEST BUY!!!
The statistics speak for themselves.18" viewable screen with only about an extra inch for box. Also a small footprint to boot. No pun intended but this is a bargain for anyone that works with graphics & has no time for distractions. Visual comfort with that little extra> good pricing!! Easy to set up, plug n play..If you have an older system, NEC has an easily downloadable driver for this NEC90 monitor. BUY IT NOW!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor
When I bought a couple of these for work, I fully expected to do some serious rearrangement of our desks just to get them to fit (not that we have messy desks or anything [smile]). Much to my surprise I was able to fit them on replacing the 17 inch monitors with very little effort. The quality of the image is great, it works fantastic with my ATI all-in-wonder card and chugs away 9+ hours a day while doing flash and html programming...

5-0 out of 5 stars No problems here
Perhaps the other reviewer of this product got a fluke, because I've had my monitor for almost a year now and it's been working wonderfully. ... Read more


190. 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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