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41. NEC AccuSync AS750F-BK 17" Flat
$549.99 list()
42. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1970V-BK 19"
$406.95 list($379.99)
43. NEC-Mitsubishi 1560M-BK 15" LCD
$749.99 list($849.99)
44. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1980SXi 19"
$669.99 list($699.99)
45. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1980SX
list($449.99)
46. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1550V
$294.49 list($319.99)
47. NEC/Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1560V+
$429.99 list($529.99)
48. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760V-BK 17"
$82.95 list($79.99)
49. NEC-Mitsubishi-Mitsubishi MultiSync
$427.49 list()
50. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1770NXM-BK 17"
$82.99 list()
51. 12k Kitfor Superscript 4400
$816.95 list($939.99)
52. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD2060NX 20.1"
$153.99 $149.99 list($154.99)
53. NEC AccuSync AS750F 17" CRT Monitor
$129.99 list()
54. NEC AccuSync AS700 17" CRT Monitor
$335.99 $303.88 list($436.78)
55. Replacement Lamp/filter for Mt820/1020
$3,737.99 list()
56. NEC MultiSync 2MP 21" LCD Medical
$417.13 list($590.18)
57. Replacement Lamp for Lt81/lt100
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58. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 70 17"
list($799.99)
59. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync LCD1700M+
$296.82 list($436.78)
60. Replacement Lamp/filter for Mt810/1000

41. NEC AccuSync AS750F-BK 17" Flat CRT Monitor (Black)
list price: $154.99
our price: $153.99
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Asin: B00019OCTA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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Amazon.com Product Description

A CRT monitor from NEC, the AS750F is a 17-inch (16-inch viewable image size) monitor designed for small business and home use. A maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 and 0.27 mm dot pitch combine to provide detailed, true-to-life images suitable for a wide variety applications. With its small 15.7-by-16.9-inch footprint, the AS750F fits easily onto your desktop. The Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare glass surface and ClearFlat CRT technology combine to cut back on distorting, harmful reflections and the resulting eye-strain. FCT shadow mask technology further sharpens focus.

With the easy-to-use on-screen controls, you can adjust a wide variety of monitor settings including brightness, contrast, H/V position, H/V size, color temperature, and more. The AS750F has a horizontal scan frequency range of 30 KHz to 70 KHz and a vertical frequency range of 50 Hz to 160 Hz, while its 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz power supply has a current rating of 2.0A. Energy Star certified, the AS750F is a plug-and-play monitor, ready to use right out of the box. It weighs 31.1 pounds. Compatible with both PC and Macintosh systems, the AS750F also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on parts, labor, and picture tube.

What's in the Box
Monitor, power cord, signal cable, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution at 66 Hz, 1,024 x 768 at 85 Hz recommended
  • 0.24 to 0.28 mm variable pitch
  • 16-inch viewable image size
  • Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare glass surface
  • PC and Mac compatibility; 3-year limited warranty

42. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1970V-BK 19" LCD Monitor (Black)

our price: $549.99
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Asin: B0006GXKJG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 16344
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Amazon.com Product Description

A TFT LCD monitor from NEC, the LCD1970V delivers a full 19-inch viewable image size, along with a number of useful features that make this an appealing choice for both home and home office uses. With its 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.294 mm dot pitch, on-screen images are accurate and detailed, while a 450:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 of brightness provide rich images and easy-to-see text. A fast 16 ms response time results in interruption-free motion video, and the digital on-screen display menu allows you to adjust the monitor's parameters to optimize performance.

The LCD1970V has 130-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, and a height adjustable stand allows you to position the display to best suit your viewing environment. Stylishly designed, this monitor's thin bezel doesn't just look good, it also makes it a good choice for multiple monitor setups.

The built-in power supply consumes a maximum of 35 watts during normal operation and less than 2 watts in sleep mode. The LCD1970V connects to analog input signals via its 15-pin D-sub port, and is VESA plug-and-play compliant, so setup is quick and easy. With its small 16.2-by-8.7-inch footprint, this display fits easily onto your desktop, while wall-mount compatibility allows you to hang the display from a wall, freeing up desktop space completely. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the LCD1970V comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Monitor with base, power cord, video signal cable, CD-ROM, user's manual, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • 130-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 450:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, 16 ms response time
  • Worry-free no touch auto adjust
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

43. NEC-Mitsubishi 1560M-BK 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $379.99
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Asin: B00008456C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 26765
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The NEC-Mitsubishi 1560M high-performance flat-panel monitor features a bright screen and enhanced features that allow you to work intelligently and maximize productivity. NEC's Rapid Response technology provides lifelike full-motion video with a response time of 30ms or less. Rapid Response delivers streaming video, while virtually eliminating ghosting or blurring and while achieving at least 33 frames per second (fps).

No Touch AutoAdjust eliminates the hassle of adjusting screen controls to reach preferred settings when first connecting to a new system. Exclusive NaViSet software (available by download) offers an intuitive graphical user interface to adjust settings via mouse and keyboard instead of using the monitor's up-front buttons.

With both DVI-D and 15-pin VGA connectors, the 1560M bridges the gap between analog and digital systems by allowing the same monitor to work seamlessly in either environment. Plus, the 1560M lets you simultaneously toggle between PC and Mac environments, for the ultimate in versatile performance. ... Read more

Features

  • 1024 x 768 resolution, 0.297mm dot pitch
  • High 450:1 contrast ratio; built-in speakers
  • Dual analog and digital DVI-D connectivity
  • No Touch AutoAdjust and NaViSet software
  • 3-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Better this 15" Best Monitor than any 17" so-so monitor...
It doesn't get any better than this - this 15" is the best that the industry has to offer. Period.

The price is going up well before December/03 due to the competition with 15" TV's, where the profit is so much better at a retail price of $700+ on a 15" TV. As of 12/20 I paid $382 plus $30 to get this 15" LCD monitor to me by Christmas Eve. As it stands before me, I can tell you that it's well worth it.

My NEC 1560M-BK has no - I repeat - NO DEAD PIXELS - when other manufacturers are willing to let you suffer through up to 8 dead pixels. Even one dead pixel - particularly dead center on your screen - is enough to drive you nuts. A knat on your nose.

The "word" is that 15" LCD screens are at a premium right now, there are several manufacturers invested in new facilities that will be coming online in the summer of 2004. The price, at that time, will start to drop like a rock as there will actually be excess capacity. But that's the nature of computers, is it not? You're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't. Can you wait?

So get youself one of these NEC LCD1560M-BK's, you'll be happy. But just try to find one. Rottsa Ruck.

To repeat:

1) This is very best 15" monitor that you'll find. Seriously and Period. No dead pixels. Bright. Contrasty (you'll actually have to tone it down from its presets, if you turn 180 degrees away from it you'll actually see your skeleton projected on the wall behind you).

2) You'll not find it.

3) It's better than nearly all 17" LCD monitors. Beware of any manufacturer's LCD specifications, they tend to, ahem, lie. Do your research, third party opinions might be the best. PCWorld might be a good place to start. They don't care for what's-his-name anyway.

4) You'll not find it.

And best wishes to you all this eve of Christmas - Happy Holidays!

5-0 out of 5 stars Bright - Excellent Contrast - Built in Speakers
Excellent Monitor, Brighter and with higher contrast than my old Dell Screen. Its size is just right for a cramped desk. I looked at several other models before deciding on this one based on its rating in PC World (#1 for 15" Monitors) and its higher contrast levels and brigtness as compared to the competition (and a NEC model without the built in Speakers). It arrived in just one day - despite my choice of free shipping - and the screen is just fabulous. Plus it comes with a 3 year warranty and had no - nada - none - dead pixels.

A most excellent flat screen monitor. ... Read more


44. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1980SXi 19" LCD Monitor
list price: $849.99
our price: $749.99
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Asin: B0002T3X2G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 31388
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs
  • 600:1 contrast ratio, 250-nits of brightness
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

45. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1980SX 19" LCD Monitor (White)
list price: $699.99
our price: $669.99
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Asin: B00008XPJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 12479
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46. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1550V 15" LCD Monitor (White)
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00005OBP4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 16534
Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Winner of the prestigious Editors' Choice award from CNET, this elegant and slim flat-panel monitor supplies superb imaging capabilities at a surprisingly affordable price. The TFT LCD screen provides a true-size 15-inch display that measures an incredibly thin 2.4 inches deep, and it weighs only 6.4 lbs (without the stand). The monitor is easily removed from its base for mounting on a nearby wall, freeing desktop space completely.

A maximum resolution of 1,024 x 768 combines with a 0.3mm dot pitch to bring crisp, clear edges and accurate color to your images, while a 300:1 contrast ratio and 250cd/m of brightness help to bring graphics vividly to life. Plus, the energy-saving design reduces the overall cost of running your monitor and extends the life of the display panel.

Installation is a snap with Plug and Play functionality provided through a VGA 15-pin D-Sub input connector. The No Touch Auto Adjust technology usually adjustments settings automatically, but if you need them, the easy-to-use onscreen menus set brightness, contrast, color temperature, and vertical/horizontal position. Compatible with PC monitors only, the 1550v comes backed with generous 3-year parts and labor warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 1024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.3-millimeter dot pitch, 300:1 contrast ratio
  • Ultraslim, only 2.4 inches thick
  • Easy plug-and-play operation
  • No Touch Auto Adjust technolgy; intuitive onscreen controls

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Flat Panel Monitor
After doing some research and looking at various monitors I decided on the NEC 1550V. For the price it is an excellent deal and seemed to perform the best. When I first saw the model the 1550v replaced, the 1530v, in the store I was amazed at the picture quality. This monitor shares that same excellent picture quality.

Setup was a snap and the picture is incredible. Vibrant colors, even backlighting and quick refresh all make this monitor a joy to use. I have had no problems using it with work applications and the screen is fast enough to use with games as well (though I am not a hard-core gamer, it definitely seems fine to me). I've noticed less eye strain and fatigue using this LCD for long periods of time. All in all, a great deal and I will never go back to a CRT. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I wanted
I searched all over for a lcd monitor that would save space on our desk at home and not drain our bank account too much. The NEC Multisynch 1550V is just what I wanted.

It may not have the super high-end resolution of other monitors but I really don't need that for basic writing, surfing, presentations, etc. The price was right and the black model that we bought looks great sitting on top of our black IBM NetVista. Everyone who comes into our home office comments on how great it looks and then notes how crisp and bright the pictures on the screen appear.

Set up was a major pain, but after many hours I deduced that the issue was a glitch in the Microsoft Windows ME operating system and NOT a problem with the monitor. A visit to the Microsoft tech support page ultimately provided the instructions to fix my system.

I would buy it again and would recommend it to anyone looking for a good looking, easy to set-up, space saving and basic everyday use monitor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
I just bought this monitor a week ago, and I'm very pleased with it. I really don't have anything to complain about. It works flawlessly, and it looks great. And, it's nice to get back a huge amount of my desk-space. I had read some of the other reviews that mentioned that the screen isn't bright enough, or that pixels were dead, or that the color isn't uniform. I haven't had any of those problems. The screen is very bright, and people have even commented on how clear and easy to read the screen is. After he saw this monitor, one of my friends is now going to order one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Monitor Ever
This is simply the best monitor ever, and it is such a value at the prices it is selling for. It's a space saver and the graphics and screen quality are simply amazing for the [low] price. I was doubtful at first, but decided to take a chance and buy it on Amazon.com. Am I glad I did! I'm using it right now and it is simply the best monitor ever, despite the negative reviews it has received in the past. I encourage everyone to buy this, you won't regret it.

1-0 out of 5 stars More like a minus 5 stars!
Have you ever tried to view a 15" monitor at 1024x768 resolution, which is the recommendation for "Optimal Performance" with the MultiSync LCD1550V monitor. I wear corrective lenses, but my corrected vision is still 20/30, and I have to strain my eyes to read anything on this monitor. In addition, compared to my 17" Avitron Trinitron monitor, the colours on the NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1550V 15: LCD Monitor are all washed out, even after adjustments were made. I was very very disappointed with this purchase and do not feel I should have to pay for return shipping. In addition, while it is a minor matter, your advertisement stated that the monitor was white, and the picture shown is white, but what I received was your typical "computer" putty colour. This was just a bad experience all the way around. ... Read more


47. NEC/Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1560V+ 15'' LCD Monitor (White)
list price: $319.99
our price: $294.49
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Asin: B00009EC1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 37126
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Features

  • Clear, crisp images
  • 0.297mm pixel pitch
  • 1024x768 native resolution

48. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760V-BK 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $529.99
our price: $429.99
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Asin: B000083K9F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Computers
Sales Rank: 13690
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With a clean, stylish design and a full 17-inch viewing screen, the NEC-Mitsubishi 1760V offers distortion-free imaging and an impressive conservation of desktop space. Combining an exceptional 400:1 contrast ratio with high brightness and 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, business text is cleanly legible while high-end graphics show rich colors and crisp edges.

The tilt/swivel base supplies plenty of comfortable viewing options, and the screen detaches from the base for easy wall mounting. Simple onscreen controls allow you to set the picture to your personal viewing preferences, and the thin frame adds a touch of edgy style. NEC-Mitsubishi includes a three-year warranty covering parts and service with this monitor.

What's in the Box
Monitor, AC power supply and cord, stand, 15-pin analog cable, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Bright display with rich 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Fine 0.264mm dot pixel pitch
  • 140-degree viewing angles
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific image quality
The NEC MultiSync LCD 1760V monitor is an excellent choice if you are considering an LCD monitor. In case you didn't know, NEC-Mitsubishi Display Systems, the manufacturer, is one of the first companies to produce LCD monitors, so they really know what they are doing. The LCD screen itself measures... you guessed it... 17 inches diagonally, and the image is sharp and bright even at 70% brightness and 50% contrast. The native resolution is 1280x768; if you think you'll get eye strains at this level, don't worry: the monitor comes with a free downloaded copy of Liquid View, which makes Windows easier to look at.

Setup was a total breeze for me. I just took the monitor out of the box, hooked up the power and monitor cables, and turned it on. NEC's exclusive automatic adjustment immediately set the contrast and brightness to my liking. The only adjustment you may need to make is on the PC itself: according to an instruction sheet taped to the monitor, you should set the display adapter to 1280x1024 at 60Hz.

The 1760V is stylish in either black or white. Because it's made in China, the plastic does feel a little "cheap" when you inspect it up-close. Thankfully the LCD screen itself is top-notch. No dead pixels, no ghosting, no pulsating spots as with offerings from off-brands like KDS or Cornea.

My only complaint is the control buttons on the monitor have nearly invisible markings. Of course, the automatic adjustment feature means you probably won't have to tinker with the monitor controls, but NEC should have labeled them more clearly. Contrary to what one reviewer claims, the manual *does* mention the buttons and what they do, in a table on p. 7. The buttons are responsive and easy to press, which is an improvement over some previous models. The setup interface is pretty straightforward, although first-timers may need to refer to the manual to see which buttons control what.

In summary, another excellent product from NEC-Mitsubishi. If you want a 17-inch LCD, be sure to get this affordable, high-quality one.

(Note: This model is Macintosh-friendly.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Zero dead pixels and no ghosting!
I've been sitting on the LCD fence for desktop use. Even though I'm not a big gamer, I dislike the ghosting on slow LCD's while scrolling web pages, etc. Also, I learned about native LCD resolution the hard way after purchasing a close-out Thinkpad T-series direct from IBM which did not indicate SVGA+ with native resolution of 1400x1150 on a 14" screen (talk about your small fonts!!).

I've adjusted, though, and when my desktop CRT started acting up I decided I could live with 1280 x 1024 on a 17" for desktop use. I use the Opera web browser which provides for easy "scaling" up of web pages. This can be the biggest surprise for LCD newbies; LCD's only look sharp in their native resolution, you can't really scale up/down like a CRT (and stay sharp).

My priorities for a desktop LCD monitor, in order, were:

o) sharp text display
o) limited/no ghosting (16ms)
o) some reasonable probablility of no dead pixels
o) high contrast
o) thin case bezel

I have not been disappointed in any regard with the 1760; no dead pixels at all that I can see on this unit. Of course, this is somewhat the luck of the draw, but I understand that NEC is fairly stringent with this. The monitor is also very "bright". I am running the brightness around 75% which is plenty for me.

This LCD is not a "wide view", but that has not been a big issue for me; the base does tilt/swivel. If you're not familiar with this aspect of LCD's search the net; LCD's that have around 170 degree viewing angle don't "dim" as you move your viewing angle off-axis. Dell Ultra-Sharp is an example (most of which are made by Samsung). I believe NEC offers several wide-view LCD's as well as do other vendors.

I was somewhat wary of the included LiquidView software, but it actually works pretty well in limited use - increases desktop icons to a "comfortable" size. For those that aren't used to the 1280x1024 native resolution for desktop icons and such it is an added bonus ...

The NEC 1760 hits the size/performance/cost LCD sweet spot quite nicely, imo, and I have been very satisfied so far. I have no doubt LCD prices will continue to drop, but you have to take the plunge some time.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome LCD Monitor!
Was a bit concerned about ordering an LCD monitor sight unseen but all those fears were put aside once I unpacked it, made the connections and turned it on for the first time! My first impression? "WOW!" I'm primarily a laptop user and my most recent is a Compaq Presario 3045US that I purchased for 2 reasons: first, the price was right for the computing power (less than $1000) and secondly, the 16" screen was awesome for watching DVDs, playing games and basically replacing my desktop at work. Why do I mention this? Simply because I purchased a new game recently ("City of Heroes") and it isn't capable of running on my laptop. I knew the day would come when I'd find a game that didn't run on the integrated graphics chip but I didn't think that day would come so soon, and so my hand was forced...I'd need to build a desktop capable of playing the new game and with that, I'd need a new monitor. Was a bit skeptical of going with an LCD for a graphics intensive game because, having owned many laptops, I know that pixels tend to blur during action sequences. Went around to many stores comparing monitors before realizing that under their flourescent lights, all the LCD monitors looked just about the same. So I spent many hours a day, for about a week, reading reviews online and comparing numbers before deciding on the NEC 1760V and I'm glad I did! Refresh rates are quick with minimal blurring, the colors are vibrant and pictures look sharp in the native resolution. OSD buttons are difficult to make out but once the settings are set, there's really no need to go back to them. Other's complain about NEC's pop-up display warning about running games in non-native resolution but I hit "exit" button once (on the display) and the warning disappears without coming back. Biggest fear was dead pixels BUT I figured there's no difference between ordering online or picking the monitor up in a store. If you're going to get a dead pixel, you'll get a dead pixel regardless of mail order or in store pick up...though my monitor was 100% beautiful with NO dead pixels on arrival! And compared to the 16" screen on my laptop? This NEC simply blows it away!! My only complaint is the brightness level of this LCD monitor...it really *is* bright. Turned it down to about 30% and upped the contrast a bit though and all is good. While not the highest contrast ratio of the pack, this monitors has blacks that appear black and vibrant colors that appear true to life! Overall, an extremely worthwhile purchase!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent monitor
I've owned this monitor for about 3 months and I am very pleased with its performance. I use it primarily for web and office work and I find its display to be far superior to all other LCDs I have used (mostly made by DELL). Text is extraordinarily clear, colors are bright and accurate, and the response is fast enough that scrolling text, etc. causes only barely noticeable blur. I have tried the monitor with a few 3D games and have never found a game that moved fast enough to make its response even slightly unacceptable. And on top of its performance, it looks really nice and appears to be built very well. This monitor leaves me with no desire to ever look at a CRT again.

My only complaint would be that it is difficult to get the monitor to display a true black, so in watching DVD movies the borders tend to glow. This, however, is still a problem with all but the best modern panels and you will surely pay a steep price premium for any of those. Other reviewers have complained about the poorly-labeled buttons; it's true that they are hard to read but after getting the monitor set up initially, I have never needed to make any adjustments. This should be considered only a very minor issue.

If you are looking for a 17" LCD and price is any concern at all, get this monitor and you will not regret it. Actually, even for a higher price I can't think of many features/etc that could make another monitor much more desirable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor for a great price
The NEC 1760V is an amazing monitor. No noticeable ghosting whatsoever (and I do a lot of fast paced gaming like UT2k3). The colour and response time is comparable to more expensive monitors out there. The only thing is that it doesn't have a DVI in, but when I put it side-by-side with my Viewsonic VP171-b which uses a DVI input, the difference was not noticeable at all. Overall, I'd say this is the best monitor you can buy for the price. ... Read more


49. NEC-Mitsubishi-Mitsubishi MultiSync Sound Bar (Black)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000060NWV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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50. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1770NXM-BK 17" LCD Monitor (Black)

our price: $427.49
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Asin: B0006G350K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 11703
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Amazon.com Product Description

A 17-inch display from NEC, the LCD1770NXM is a sleek LCD monitor with the flexibility to accept a wide variety of inputs and the image quality to suit the needs of today's home office and small business users. With a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.264 mm dot pitch, on-screen images are clear and crisp, while a 500:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 of brightness deliver rich graphics and easy-to-read text.

The LCD1770NXM supports both analog and digital inputs, so you can connect to nearly any graphics card, and plug-and-play compatibility makes setup a snap. An integrated USB 2.0 hub allows you to connect additional peripherals to your computer, and a super fast 12 ms response time ensures that motion graphics and video are displayed smoothly and without interruption.

Wide 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a good range of visual clarity, while an adjustable stand allows you to adjust monitor height to best suit your environment. The thin bezel design makes this a good choice for multiple monitor setups, and the built-in front firing speakers provide a stand alone audio output for multimedia applications.

A small 14.4-by-7.8-inch footprint fits easily into your existing setup, while VESA wall-mount compatibility lets you free up your desktop completely. An intuitive on-screen display menu allows you to easily adjust the monitors many settings, and an auto-adjust feature provides a convenient way of optimizing the display. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems, the LCD1770NXM comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Monitor and stand, power cord, video signal cable, audio cable, user's manual, cable management cover, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Ambix analog and digital DVI-D inputs
  • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 500:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 12 ms response
  • Built-in speakers, USB hub; PC/Mac compatible

51. 12k Kitfor Superscript 4400

our price: $82.99
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Asin: B00006B893
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 54236
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52. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD2060NX 20.1" LCD Monitor
list price: $939.99
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Asin: B0001Y7PL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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53. NEC AccuSync AS750F 17" CRT Monitor (White)
list price: $154.99
our price: $153.99
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Asin: B00019OBSC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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Amazon.com Product Description

A CRT monitor from NEC, the AS750F is a 17-inch (16-inch viewable image size) monitor designed for small business and home use. A maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 and 0.27 mm dot pitch combine to provide detailed, true-to-life images suitable for a wide variety applications. With its small 15.7-by-16.9-inch footprint, the AS750F fits easily onto your desktop. The Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare glass surface and ClearFlat CRT technology combine to cut back on distorting, harmful reflections and the resulting eye-strain. FCT shadow mask technology further sharpens focus.

With the easy-to-use on-screen controls, you can adjust a wide variety of monitor settings including brightness, contrast, H/V position, H/V size, color temperature, and more. The AS750F has a horizontal scan frequency range of 30 KHz to 70 KHz and a vertical frequency range of 50 Hz to 160 Hz, while its 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz power supply has a current rating of 2.0A. Energy Star certified, the AS750F is a plug-and-play monitor, ready to use right out of the box. It weighs 31.1 pounds. Compatible with both PC and Macintosh systems, the AS750F also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on parts, labor, and picture tube.

What's in the Box
Monitor, power cord, signal cable, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution at 66 Hz, 1,024 x 768 at 85 Hz recommended
  • 0.24 to 0.28 mm variable pitch
  • 16-inch viewable image size
  • Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare glass surface
  • PC and Mac compatibility; 3-year limited warranty

54. NEC AccuSync AS700 17" CRT Monitor (White)

our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00019OBS2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 22078
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Amazon.com Product Description

A CRT monitor from NEC, the AS700 is a 17-inch (16-inch viewable image size) monitor designed for small business and home use. A maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 and 0.27 mm dot pitch combine to provide detailed, true-to-life images suitable for a wide variety applications.

With its small 15.7-by-16.5-inch footprint, the AS700 fits easily onto your desktop, while the Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare, glass surface cuts back on harmful reflections and the resulting eye-strain. FST shadow mask technology further sharpens focus by capturing rogue electrons that might otherwise strike adjacent phosphors.

With the easy-to-use onscreen controls, you can adjust a wide variety of monitor settings, including brightness, contrast, H/V position, H/V size, color temperature, and more. The AS700 has a horizontal scan frequency range of 30 KHz to 70 KHz and a vertical frequency range of 50 Hz to 160 Hz, while its 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz power supply has a current rating of 2.0A. Energy Star certified, the AS700 is a plug-and-play monitor, ready to use right out of the box. It weighs 31.1 pounds. Compatible with both PC and Macintosh systems, the AS700 also comes backed with a three-year limited warranty on parts, labor, and picture tube.

What's in the Box
Monitor, power cord, signal cable, user's manual, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution at 66 Hz, 0.27mm dot pitch
  • 16-inch viewable image size
  • Opticlear anti-static, anti-glare glass surface
  • FST shadow mask technology
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year limited warranty

55. Replacement Lamp/filter for Mt820/1020
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56. NEC MultiSync 2MP 21" LCD Medical Display (Blue Base)

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58. NEC-Mitsubishi AccuSync 70 17" CRT Monitor
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B00004SYNJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 20319
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

As a 17-inch display, the NEC AccuSync 70 is a stout little performer. It's an inexpensive and capable monitor, ideal for any small or home office with normal graphics needs, handling business apps, Internet browsing, and day-to-day use just fine.

The AccuSync's biggest flaw is readily apparent--a weak refresh rate at the highest resolution. Topping out at 1,280 x 1,024 (SXGA) at 66 Hz, screen flicker is both obvious and irritating. This definitely isn't the monitor for power users. However, at the recommended 1,024 x 768 (XGA), the AccuSync boasts a solid flicker-free refresh rate of 87 Hz, sure to please tired eyes. When XGA just isn't enough, consider using 1,152 x 870 at 77 Hz, a good compromise between the highest and recommended settings.

The AccuSync's modest dimensions conserve valuable desk space, and it has one of the skinniest footprints we've seen for a CRT of this size. While not necessarily the best monitor on the block, the NEC AccuSync 70 is a good price-to-performance option for those on a budget. --Dan Simpson ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution at 66 Hz
  • 0.27-millimeter dot pitch
  • Invar shadow mask for stable, bright picture
  • Multilayered screen coating
  • PC compatible, Mac compatible with optional adapter

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Blurry Screen
I've got about 30 of them last year and after a year all of them are going blurry. Thankfully NEC has a good warranty program but it's a pain sending in and getting it replaced.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, reliable monitor with easy to use contols
This is a very good monitor at a very reasonble price. This monitor family has been a mainstay for NEC for several years and it has developed into a good reliable monitor from slightly shakier beginings. It is not the best monitor for the price, but it is a very safe buy. The controls are fairly novice friendly and you won't have to worry about the quality of the product - NEC is first rate. Most people will be happiest setting the monitor to 1,024 x 768 were the 87Hz refresh rate will be very easy on the eyes. The .27 dot pitch is acceptable but I am disapointed NEC hasn't moved a better tube into this price range.

I would suggest looking at two other good canidates that usually are about the same price as this NEC:

Samsung 17" DynaFlat SyncMaster 753Df This monitor is the entry level for Samsung's new perfectly flat screens. Not eveyone likes the new super-flat monitors but personally I love them. This Samsung has superb resolution (.20 dot pitch!) and the usual refresh rate (85Hz at 1024x768). The controls aren't as easy to use at the NEC but most people won't mind. Samsung monitors are generally a great value when you compare price to performance.

Hitachi 17" CM615U-511 A good quality monitor (.23 dot pitch 1024x768 85Hz) the best selling point is the deep contrast - the best in this price range. A friend of mine bought one and I was very impressed. The controls are a little cryptic and pain to navigate. On the upside Hitachi just extended their U.S. warranty to 5 years (on monitors sold after 1/31/01)! Two years longer than most companies.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Deal
This monitor puts out a decent quality picture. Basically what you would expect from NEC. This is no trinitron, but it does the job. And the price is right.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad choice
This NEC monitor is pretty good for your home PC. ... Read more


59. NEC-Mitsubishi Multisync LCD1700M+ 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00005JGP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 31001
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This sleek flat-panel monitor brings exceptional clarity to your desktopalong with tremendous flexibility in equipment layouts. The small-footprintstand is easily removable, leaving the 3-inch-deep screen free formounting on the wall or on a swivel arm. To further reduce clutter, thestylish black frame of the 1700M-BK has two speakers built right in, bringing you a powerful multimedia experience in one small package.

With an optimal resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, a refresh rate of 76Hz, and16 million colors, you can be sure of clear, vivid pictures everytime. Plus, NEC-Multisync includes an impressive three-year warranty thatcovers parts, labor, and the backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • XtraView technology for wide 160-degree viewing
  • 0.26-millimeter dot pitch, high 350:1 contrast ratio
  • Internal front-firing multimedia speakers
  • Space-saving design; removable stand

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars NEC LCD Monitor is Really Good!
In early August 2001 I bought an NEC/Mitsubishi LCD 1700M+ from Amazon.com after a considerable amount of product and price comparison shopping. This display was to replace a CRT 17" display that had failed after years of good service. I expected that the new NEC monitor would be an adequate replacement, taking up much less space and drawing less power from my UPS, while not presenting too many of the problems I thought would be inherent in the LCD technology. In fact, NEC's LCD technology appears to be superior to my previous CRT in almost every way. The colors are more vivid, black is totally dark, the overall image is sharper and much, much brighter. There is no viewing-angle problem: the image at 70-80 degrees off axis is still as bright as my CRT used to be on-axis. This is a very good product.
Update after six months: I still think this is a great monitor, and would recommend it highly. My only complaint is that there is no jack for headphones to bypass the built-in stereo speakers. My old monitor had a jack, so I could listen to webcasts without bothering other folks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, clear, wide range of brightness.
I looked at quite a few LCD monitors. None were as good as this. Every pixel works, the image is viewable from a very, very wide angle, and the bightness and contrast controls work over a very wide range, which was the most important feature for me. Most monitors provide bright displays, but none other could be dimmed as low as the NEC and still look great. I've found that bright displays and the UV light spectrum from LCD bulbs cause eye strain over time. The dimmer you can set a monitor and still see it well, the easier on your eyes over time it is. No other LCD monitor comes close to the NEC. Give your eyes a break, and buy this monitor! You will have to work with setting up your display: choosing larger display fonts, larger desktop icons, adjusting icon spacing and such to accomodate the 1280x1024 display, but it is well worth the time. This monitor grows on you. At first it seems kind of BIG. After a while, you can't imaging going back to those tiny 15" monitors. You'll love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A+
Well, I read the disgruntled reviewer's comments about the terribly small text and horrible quality at 1024x768 resolution. First, flat panel monitors (every one that I have ever seen) do not perform very well when they are not set at their maximum (or native) resolution. This is a fact and it's not going to change anytime soon. There are ways to counteract the effects of the really small text if you are a windows user. You can right click on your background and select properties. Click on settings and then advanced. From this location, you can adjust your text size for menus and icons. So, don't let the other reviewer's comments scare you away from a fine monitor. The NEC is extremely bright (I had to set mine at 50% brightness because 100% was just insane) and text is easy to read. It's SO much better than my 19" Trinitron flat screen I can't believe it, and, it is almost the exact same size. BUY THIS MONITOR!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars It was sort of surprising really.
I had a compaq 8000 18" panel already. While I was pretty much happy with the clarity of my old monitor it got a problem that after running two hours it would start to flake out and I got tried of compaq not being able to fix the thing. I decided to buy the nec 1700M+ due to reviews and everyone comparing their models to it, and even though I lost a diagonal inch over my compaq, I felt that the price and reputation it was getting warranted trying it.
In a nutshell, I immediantly carried the compaq to the landfill, this monitor rivals my CRTs (proview, nec and sony) and made me realize the compaq had no business on my desktop. This thing has beautiful color across the spectrum, great contrast and plenty of brightness. While I realize the technology is probably newer than the one I had, I never expected it to be this good. In fact I still look at it in amazement every time I sit down in front of it, the speed, the color the contrast...some day I may be able to stop staring at it long enough to actually get some work done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Are you ready for your next "Wow" toy?
Okay, face it there will be a flat panel monitor in your future sooner or later, so you might consider accepting this pleasure sooner rather than later.

My wife and I have both been using higher end 17" CRT monitors for a couple of years. Hers was a Sony, mine is a NEC, both splendid, high rez CRT monitors.

I bought her this LCD monitor for Christmas. It really knocked her socks off. This thing is clean and crisp and incredible.

One hint here, Amazon ships this monitor in the original factory box which has pictures and lots of clearly identifying typography. If it's for a present, have it shipped someplace besides where the gift recipient lives! Luckily, I had to go to UPS to pick it up so my wife's surprize was not ruined.

After reading some of the other reviews, let me offer a couple of hints. Use this device at full rez. You may have to readjust some of your defaults such as Icon Size - make it the biggest available, because at full rez they will still be small. There may be lots of screen defaults you may have to adjust and that may be a real pain. Live with the pain, you'll be glad you did. If you try to treat this device like your good old 14" EGA monitor that you used on your 286, you will be disappointed. Give it the respect it deserves and use it like the superb hardware gem that it is. If it doesn't thrill you, you are doing something wrong! Run a hot video card or suffer the consequences. If you feed this beast right, it will reward you handsomely.

Keep in mind that this 17" LCD and a 17" CRT are apples and oranges. Aside from the obvious differences, the display size is different. The CRT useable area is usually about 16.1" diagonally while the LCD is 17.0" - really, check it out.

In many of the reviews for cheaper competing models I read comments like, "Just as good as the NEC 1700M+! There were a few dead pixels, but they were barely noticable." If you want to compromise, then compromise. If you don't want to compormise, go with this one. ... Read more


60. Replacement Lamp/filter for Mt810/1000 *cust Pay Ship Po < 10k*
list price: $436.78
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