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$429.99 $356.93 list($504.99)
121. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760V 17" LCD
list($599.99)
122. Mitsubishi DiamondPoint NXM76LCD-BK
$592.99 $592.48 list($729.99)
123. NEC MultiSync FE2111SB 21" CRT
$281.95 list($379.99)
124. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD51V-BK 15"
$519.99 list($623.99)
125. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1912 19" LCD
$39.99 list()
126. NEC Soundbar 70 Speaker Attachment
list($899.99)
127. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1370
$526.95
128. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760VM-BK-1
$556.65 list($574.99)
129. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD9V 19" LCD
130. NEC-Mitsubishi 1530V 15" LCD Monitor
list($699.99)
131. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1700V-BK
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132. NEC/Mitsubishi LCD1760NX-BK-1
list($1,099.99)
133. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1850X-BK
list($729.99)
134. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1850E
list($699.99)
135. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1700V
$487.14
136. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1712 17" LCD
list($1,299.99)
137. NEC/Mitsubishi 1920NX-BK 19" LCD
list($369.99)
138. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1550V-BK
$399.99 list($499.99)
139. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD71V-BK 17"
list($499.99)
140. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 1550M-BK

121. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760V 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $504.99
our price: $429.99
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Asin: B000083K9E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 14357
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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. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • 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

122. Mitsubishi DiamondPoint NXM76LCD-BK 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B0000D8HAD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 20461
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Experience high-quality multimedia viewing with the Mitsubishi DiamondPoint NXM76LCD 17-inch LCD monitor. Offering analog and digital inputs for optimal performance and compatibility, plus 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, wide 160-degree viewing, and integrated speakers, the NXM76LCD provides sensory-rich output from a very slim frame.

PC and Mac compatible, the NXM76LCD offers plug-and-play setup, automatic image adjustment technology, plus digital and onscreen controls. A removable base enables VESA wall mounting (100 mm hole configuration), and power saving mode helps conserve energy consumption when the panel is not in use. The NXM76LCD comes backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
NXM76LCD monitor with removable base, power cord, monitor cable, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs; integrated stereo speakers
  • Wide 160-degree horizontal viewing angles
  • 250 nits of brightness, 350:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
I just purchased the Mitsu NXM76LCD from Surplus Max, and I am very satisfied with this LCD. At 400.00 this is truely a great buy. We have played some games on this monitor and there is absolutely no problems. The monitor has a great response time. We are using the d-sub connection. This LCD also has a digital hook up as well.
The only draw back is the 1 year warantee, which you can buy from NEC.

1-0 out of 5 stars Directly from an Amazon Service Rep. . .
I purchased this product only to discover it was plagued with technical problems (i.e. constant clicking and loud popping noises emanating from the monitor while in standby, large horizontal stripes running through the entire screen; even while disconnected from a computer). I was then sent a replacement with different problems (same clicking, multiple LCDs defective).

I was then told the following from Amazon:

"I am sorry that your replacement shipment was also problematic.

As it seems that the problem with this item is more widespread than we originally thought, I hesitate to send you another replacement. We will investigate and remedy the situation with the item; however, I cannot guarantee when the error may be fixed.

We will gladly refund you in full for the return of this item." (ironically, you can still purchase this item)

While this monitor has excellent image quality and includes a DVI input, its reliability is a grim issue. I would hesitate following the urge to purchase this product for its cheap price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent 17" LCD
The DiamondPoint series of LCDs are sold under the Mitsubishi brand primarily to corporate users. We have one here in the office and compared to my office NEC MultiSync LCD1760V, it looks and feels substantially more solid. The image quality is excellent, and it's also in the same stylish black thin-frame enclosure as the LCD1760V. Pure plug-n-play, the NXM76LCD-BK gives you a full 17 inches in diagonal viewable area (13.3" x 10.6"). The max resolution is 1280x1024.

In the end, I think the two LCDs are pretty much identical and both excellent. Just pick the one that's cheaper. ... Read more


123. NEC MultiSync FE2111SB 21" CRT Monitor
list price: $729.99
our price: $592.99
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Asin: B000068IG4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 40192
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1600 x 1200 resolution
  • Recessed cables
  • 20-inch totally flat view screen
  • White cabinet
  • 3-year warranty on parts, labor, and CRT

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get one before CRTs are gone
I usually prefer CRTs over LCDs because I don't like being locked into one native resolution. LCD kinda turn me off because they look so mushy in non native resolution and thier colors are not accurate so I did some research and got the FE2111SB. I usually prefer Sony but they want 1700 for thier 20" so this is my first NEC monitor. Physically this monitor is somewhat deep but not as heavy as I thought it would be. The model I recieved was cream colored with a silver face plate and looks terrific. The screen is almost horizontally flat only about a 1 milimeter taper toward the edges and is vertically flat. The picture is pretty sweet at 1600x1200, and not bad on sharpness. It takes some time to get the convergence correct from the extreme corner to the opposite corner but the unit required some compromise to get the sharpest picture overall. The edges are just slightly fuzzy around an 3/4 of an inch from the corners at 1600x1200 but no big deal just slightly. I backed off to 1280x1024 @ 85 Hz and the picture is sharper all around. Another little detail is the contrast control, it just doesn't go far enough text look greyish on white. However most graphics cards let you adjust the signal with software so pratically this is no issue. I was amazed at how straight the picture was with no horizontal wavering distorting vertical lines. Colors look rich and deep and the monitor adjustments remember the settings in each resolution. The software really helps you adjust the monitor quickly and provides some test patters for you but you need to download this from the web site. The weakness of this monitor is the horizontal convergence the strong point would be its straight and colorful picture. Screen real estate is impressive per dollar and overall its a good value for under $600. All in all I would recommend this monitor to anyone that doesn't mind a big foot print on thier desk.

4-0 out of 5 stars I have a pair of these monitors and they're crisp.
Owned a pair of the fe2111sb monitors since Oct 2002 and am quite pleased with thier performance, consistency and clarity. I use them side by side and haven't a complaint.

2-0 out of 5 stars Overall fuzziness ruins an otherwise good monitor.
I decided to purchase this monitor after owning the 17" version (which I would give 5 stars). The 17" was clear, sharp and has a nice cabinet design. I was expecting the 21" to simply be a larger version of the 17", well I was wrong. They are identical in all ways except for one major flaw. The main complaint is an overall fuzziness. This is especially noticeable with text. I tried everything, different video card, playing with every adjustment, different refresh rates and resolutions, moving the monitor to different locations in the house, running from my laptop, and NEC tech support. Nothing helped. As I write this review I am on the third monitor from NEC. I sent the other two back to NEC because I had hoped it was a problem with the monitor. I can say that NEC tech support was responsive and agreed to pay shipping both ways,twice. Unfortunately I must concede that the fuzzy text is an inherent attribute of this monitor(at least the three I have used). ... Read more


124. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD51V-BK 15" LCD Monitor
list price: $379.99
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Asin: B0000DD7NE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 19366
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Amazon.com Product Description

Minimalist design, a reasonable price, and solid technology--just what you want from a flat-panel monitor. The NEC AccuSync 51V is a 15-inch TFT Active Matrix LCD that measures just 2.1 inches deep, yet supplies 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.297 mm dot pitch, 400:1 contrast ratio, and 250 nits of brightness. It also gives you crisp, clean graphics that are easy on the eyes, thanks in part to Rapid Response technology that keeps complex videos running smoothly, whether you're watching family movies or designing a complicated presentation for the office, handily keeping pace with the demands of intricate spreadsheets or online gaming.

The classic cabinet and simple design blend in anywhere, and the small stand detaches so you can mount the screen directly on the wall or optional swing arm--you'll have the last word in clutter-free desktops. The manufacturer includes a three-year warranty covering parts, labor and backlight.

What's in the Box
Display, stand, user's manual, power cord, 15-pin monitor cable, setup sheet, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 x 768 native resolution, 0.297mm dot pitch
  • 120-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • 400:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness
  • Rapid Response technology for fast motion video
  • Optional wall/arm mounting; 3-year warranty

125. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1912 19" LCD Monitor (Silver/Black)
list price: $623.99
our price: $519.99
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Asin: B0002FGV60
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 43635
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Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, fine 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250-nit brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response
  • Automatic image adjustment; detachable base
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

126. NEC Soundbar 70 Speaker Attachment for LCD1970NX-BK and LCD2070NX-BK Monitors (Black)

our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00078V9VE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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Product Description

NEC-Mitsubishi (SOUNDBAR70BK) MULTISYNC COMPUTER SPEAKERS ... Read more


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

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

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

Features

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

Reviews (2)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


128. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1760VM-BK-1 17" LCD Monitor (Black)

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Asin: B0000B3AMG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 35535
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Features

  • High 1,280 x 1,024 optimum resolution, fine, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and digital DVI-D inputs, stereo speakers
  • Broad, 140-degree horizontal by 120-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 brightness, high 350:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time
  • PC and Macintosh compatible, Mac requires optional cable; 3-year warranty

129. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD9V 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $574.99
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Asin: B00008WMAB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 25946
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution
  • Fine 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • 170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 250-nit brightness, high 500:1 contrast ratio
  • PC compatible; 3-year warranty

130. NEC-Mitsubishi 1530V 15" LCD Monitor (White)

Asin: B000056B2J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 20722
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If your desktop is prime real estate but your work is graphicsintensive, the NEC/Mitsubishi 1530V's tiny footprint, rich color, and brightpicture provide a solution to both issues. The 200:1 high-contrast display with1,024 x 768 resolution and 0.3-millimeter dot pitch combine to produce beautifulimages, all from a very compact package.

Weighing only 10.4 pounds and sporting a screen that's less than 3 inches thick,the monitor is so thin and light that, taking it out of the box, we had aninstinctive reaction of "this can't be high quality--it's too light!" However,we soon changed our mind. Setup was a snap, and the No-Touch Auto Adjustingtechnology adjusted many display settings for us from the very first use toefficiently use every pixel of space on the screen. Having tested many monitorsbefore, we're wary of automatic setup functions, as they often don't work aswell as promised. But the first time we turned on the 1530V, it had idealsettings for our test PC.

In our tests, the 1530V's 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.3-millimeter dot pitch, anda 200:1 contrast ratio provided remarkably crisp images. (Although you can usethe monitor at a 640 x 480 resolution, 1,024 x 768 is optimal and recommended.)Text that was small and light against a dark background did suffer from slightshadowing, but the effect was negligible. The color was astounding: rich, fullysaturated hues across the rainbow, producing vibrant greens and warm skin tones.The monitor handled graphics-intensive applications with ease: we loaded testimages into Photoshop, watched streaming media videos, and tested animationprograms. We never caught a single flicker. And when we ran a program that wouldbenefit from reducing the contrast, the onscreen controls were readilyaccessible and completely intuitive. Also, the monitor's base, which is justover 6 inches deep by 10 inches wide, kept the monitor stable even when thescreen was tilted to extreme angles.

Meeting VESA standards, the 1530V is wall and arm mountable for commercial use,and the power and PC cords plug in beneath a removable casing, keeping yourdesktop (or wall space) tidy. The 1530V is compatible with PCs and Macs as wellas Sun, Silicon Graphics, and other workstations and X-terminals. The three-yearwarranty includes parts (even the backlight) and labor. --Ariel MeadowStallings

Pros:

  • Screen is only 2.7 inches thick
  • Small footprint
  • Exceptional color quality
  • No-Touch Auto Adjusting technology

Cons:

  • Slight shadow with small text sizes
... Read more

Features

  • TFT active matrix LCD display
  • 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution at 75 Hz
  • 0.3-millimeter dot pitch, 200:1 contrast ratio
  • Compatible with PC and Macintosh computers
  • Features space-saving, slim footprint

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional flat panel value
The moment I fired up this replacement monitor for my home system I swore that I would never purchase another CRT. Although being tied to the "optimum" resolution of 1024 X 768 is restrictive, everything looks so good that I don't mind. I've paired the unit with two high-end video adapters; 3Dfx VooDoo 5 5500 and NVidia GeForce3. In each case, the only quality degradation comes from blocky dark colors during DVD playback via WinDVD. The screen looks beautiful with Windows XP and quite attractive on Windows 2000. Video games look fantastic, but must be played at 1024 X 768 to not appear distorted.

I purchased this model primarily because of its price. The unit's design, size, and the inclusion of the power trasformer in the casing were all contributing factors. I'm also very pleased with the brightness of the diplay, even with ambient room light.

I would suggest downloading the INF and color correction files from NEC for the monitor from http://support.necmitsubishi.com/software.htm. This will replace "Plug and Play Monitor" with the monitor's actual name in the control panel in Windows 9x/Me/2000/XP. It will also limit the possible resolutions and refresh rates.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value in an LCD display
I think this display is great. It's got great image quality, great contrast, a wide viewing angle, low latency and a small footprint. I've had mine for a month now and I have not seen one flicker.

Setup was a breeze on my PC. I just plugged it in and it worked. No special drivers, hardware or other setup nonsense was necessary on my system. It quite simply worked out of the box. Of course, your mileage may vary.

I think this monitor has got all the advantages of an LCD monitor -- with none of the disadvantages. This is a quality display from a quality manufacturer. And this quality is evident as soon as you lift it out of the box. The quality continues as you hook it up and turn it on. In fact, everyone who has seen this monitor work on my PC has mentioned how nice it is. I have to agree. I'm very happy with it.

If you are looking for an entry-level LCD but don't want to skimp on features or quality, I think you will be happy with this monitor, too. It's not the least expensive LCD you can buy -- nor is it the most expensive. But, in my opinion, it's a good value.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best monitor I've ever owned.
I endlessly researched LCD computer monitors before I purchased this and the research paid off... big time. My friends and family are amazed at the sleakness (I ordered the black version) and the picture quality of this monitor. Additionally, believe it or not, this monitor appreciated from the time I purchased it on AMZN, imagine that! It's expecially great in a dorm/apartment setting.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's time for an LCD monitor!
The time has arrived for LCD monitors. The price is now right and the quality is definitely up there. I have been quite pleased with this monitor. I carefully compared it with others in the store and was impressed by the sharpness of display and the vivid colors. When I got it home I was delighted with the DVD experience this monitor provides - quite a bit like 3D! Of course, like all LCDs, this one is amazingly lightweight and it takes up such a small amount of desk space. Over the next couple of years I expect LCDs to largely supplant CRTs in the home. I give this product four stars, reserving five stars for the much more expensive units.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent 15" LCD Flat Panel Monitor
After my old 15" CRT monitor went dead, and after reading all the reviews from this website, I was convinced to go out and get a LCD flat panel monitor. I did some serious research to find out which monitor was better between this one and the Envision 15" LCD monitor. So I went out and got the NEC MultiSync LCD 1530v. I was very impressed on how quick and easy it was to set it up. The "auto adjust" feature tuned in my monitor correctly the first time. My wife and I have played many video games with this monitor without any problems! When playing a DVD, the picture is crisp and clear with no signs of distortion. The colors on this monitor are absolutely amazing! My wife who uses the computer as much as I do also gives this monitor 5 stars for the reason that it does not hurt her eyes. For those of you whose eyes have low tolerance to glare, you don't have to worry about that. The monitor works best at a resolution of 1024x768. My system is an AMD K6-2 550MHz processor, Windows XP operating system, and ATI Radeon 7200 video card. I've had this monitor for 3 months now. I must say that it was the BEST purchase I've made!

If you're looking for an LCD flat panel monitor and can't afford to spend much money, then this monitor is for you. The viewing size of this monitor is 15.1", the same size of a 17" CRT monitor. With all the features and advantages that comes with this monitor, it's worth the spending. So go out and get one while they're hot! I give this LCD monitor my highest recommendations! ... Read more


131. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1700V-BK 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B000060NXB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 15259
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If your desktop is prime real estate, but your work is graphic intensive, the MultiSync 1700V LCD monitor's small footprint, rich color, and bright display provide a solution on all levels. The LCD screen has a 17-inch viewable area, with a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution. The high contrast ratio (400:1) makes the display crisp, and an intuitive onscreen manager lets you easily adjust contrast, brightness, and other settings.

The OmniColor technology provides brilliant color calibration, with sRGB support and six-axis color control (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan), making the monitor ideal for multimedia tasks like desktop publishing and other graphics-intensive work.

The sleek casing and base keep the monitor stable even when the screen is tilted at its extremes. The anti-static, anti-glare screen features a treatment that refracts unwanted light away from you, and the 1550M is both TCO '99 and ENERGY 2000 compliant, in keeping with the strict standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management.

With plug-and-play installation and connection via a 15-pin Dsub cable, the monitor is compatible with PCs and Macs, Sun, Silicon Graphics, and other workstations, and x-terminals. The three-year onsite warranty includes the backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • Fine 0.26mm dot pitch
  • High 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 140-degree viewing angle
  • 3-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful on my G4 PowerMac!
No problems with this LCD monitor at all. It's my first LCD flat panel, so I haven't got much to compare it with, but I must say, I am pleased. Excellent contrast, bright screen, works well with both my 2 year old G4 PowerMac (in OS 9 and OS X) and my 3 year old Windows 98 PC. I had no problems getting it set up or working with either system.

Of course, it is a transition from a traditional CRT monitor-there is a set "native resolution" that the monitor looks best in (1280 x 1024). Of course you can use other resolutions, but they are not quite as nice. Since I was planning on setting it at 1280 x 1024, this is a non-issue for me. (All LCD monitors have a set "native resolution".) And, color calibration is ... "different" than it is with a CRT. Also, the colors get a little skewed when I look at the screen from an angle. (In this monitor's case, there is a pretty good viewing range, so I have no complaints.) I hasten to add, these are issues with all flat panels, so it comes with the territory! All-in-all, minor issues for me.

I am very pleased with this monitor, and hope to get another just like it soon.

5-0 out of 5 stars You can have my NEC when you pry my cold dead fingers off...
I have had this LCD for 4 months and I love it. I use it at least 8 hours a day, primarily for software development and business applications, and find it is very easy on the eyes. I run at the recommended resolution of 1024x768 60Hz and find text is sharp, the display is bright, and contrast is excellent. I also do a bit of gaming and Photoshop work and I am pleased with it in these roles as well.

As an added bonus(like other LCDs), it is silent, doesn't heat up my office, gave me back valuable desktop space, and is easy to move. The concealed cable tray and raise/tilt stand are also a nice touch.

If you plan on spending any decent amount of time infront of a computer, do yourself a favor and buy one. It is money well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars A gem of a monitor
When I was ready to purchase a new computer I went for the custom box only because the day I laid eyes on the NEC 17 inch LCD monitor I knew I wanted one. It's easy to install and the picture is so incredibly crisp and clear, corner to corner, top to bottom. The biggest selling point of this monitor for me, though, is it's weight. It's only 13 pounds. Thirteen pounds!!! If you're tired of slogging 44 pound CRT monitors, consider an LCD model, especially the NEC Mitsubishi 1700V-BK.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor....while it lasts
I had this monitor for about 1.5 years and loved it.
However, one day the screen went blank. I called NEC customer service and was sent out a refurbished model. That had the same identical problem! Again I called customer service and was told I would be sent a NEW monitor. I waited several days and what do I see upon arrival? A big box with "REFURBISHED" stamped all over it! Still, I plugged it in and it worked fine for about 3 hours then went to super-low resolution with "glimmering" all over the screen. I know it is not the graphics card because the monitor I borrowed from a friends works great with my computed.
I have this theory that NEC never actually "refurbishes" their monitors, but instead continually cycles returned defective monitors to purchasers...

5-0 out of 5 stars Some of you just dont get it...
Another reviewer said that he could 'see' the refresh running at 60 hertz (what is recommended). HOW CAN YOU WHEN THERES NO SCAN?! Take a digital camera and view the monitor through the digital viewfinder. You wont see the scan lines running up the screen like you would on a CRT monitor.

I always notice when a CRT monitor's refresh is set to anything below 85 hertz because my eyes ARE sensitive. Running an LCD at 60 hertz is not comparable because our eyes do NOT see the SCAN. THERE ISNT ONE! ... Read more


132. NEC/Mitsubishi LCD1760NX-BK-1 17" LCD Monitor (Black)

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Asin: B0000B3AMJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 18314
Average Customer Review: 5 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)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful monitor!
Any time I think about ordering LCD monitors or TVs, I immediately worry about stuck or dead pixels. This has especially been the case recently as my friends continually buy LCD monitors from Dell and get angry when they receive a monitor with several bright-colored stuck pixels (it's sad that this is considered within manufacturer's specs). So with this thought in mind I still pulled the trigger on this NEC/Mitsubishi. I held me breath as I powered it up and guess what?.... It's perfect. No dead or stuck pixels and very little light "piping" from the edges. This is the second NEC/Mitsubishi LCD i've owned (this one is replacing a 15") and they were both free of bad pixels. Very, very pleased. ... Read more


133. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1850X-BK 18.1" LCD Monitor
list price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B00005NEXQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 41719
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you want improve the look of your computer graphics and jazz up your office design, the MultiSync LCD1850X is an excellent choice. Its ultrathin frame offers an 18.1-inch viewing screen that uses Ambix technology to bring you exceptional clarity in analog or digital (DVI-I) imaging.

With a resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, 75 Hz refresh rate, and 16 million colors, your graphics will maintain beautiful depth and crispness. The screen is easily removable from the base and can be mounted on the wall or an arm in either portrait or landscape orientation. NEC offers a three-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1280 x 1024 resolution
  • 0.28 millimeter dot pitch
  • 18.1-inch viewable screen
  • Accepts both analog and digital inputs
  • Rich 300:1 contrast ratio

134. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1850E 18" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $729.99
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Asin: B000060NX1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 28006
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If your desktop is prime real estate, but your work is graphic intensive, the MultiSync 1850E LCD monitor's small footprint, rich color, and bright display provide a solution on all levels. The LCD screen has a 18.1-inch viewable area, with a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution. A brightness level of up to 200 cd/m2 is adequate for most tasks, and the 350:1 contrast ratio makes the display crisp.

An intuitive onscreen manager adjusts contrast, brightness, and other settings. The OmniColor technology provides brilliant color calibration, with sRGB support and six-axis color control (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan), making the monitor ideal for multimedia tasks like desktop publishing and other graphics-intensive work.

The sleek casing and base keep the monitor stable even when the screen is tilted at its extremes, up to 85 degrees in any direction. With an extendable, height-adjustable stand, the monitor maximizes your limited desktop space.

The anti-static, anti-glare screen features a treatment that refracts unwanted light away from you, and the 1850E is both TCO '99 and ENERGY 2000 compliant, in keeping with the strict standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management.

With plug-and-play installation, connecting via a 15-pin Dsub cable, the monitor is compatible with PCs and Macs, Sun, Silicon Graphics, and other workstations, and x-terminals. The three-year onsite warranty includes the backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1280 x 1024 native resolution
  • 0.28-millimeter dot pitch, 350:1 contrast ratio, and 200 cd/m2 brightness
  • XtraView technology for wide 160-degree viewing
  • Removeable base for wall or arm mounting
  • Supports landscape viewing; touch-integration friendly

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not good enough for me
This monitor is adequate but it's not best of breed. Lack of a DVI input means it is difficult to make text razor sharp and there is some shadow effect when black text is displayed on grey background. On the positive side colour reproduction is good and latency is low enough to make gaming and video playback entirely possible. This monitor will probably more than satisfy an average customer but those looking for top notch quality (and are prepared to pay premium for it) have to keep on looking. I'm returning mine as text quality is absolutely paramount for me and this monitor doesn't quite deliver.

5-0 out of 5 stars This LCD monitor ROCKS!!
I don't know what's up with the "electronics fan" from Brooklyn, but when you set this monitor to the native resolution of 1280x1024 in combination with Windows XP's ClearType option enabled, the results are absolutely amazing. It looks anything BUT grainy to me. For a monitor with a total response rate spec'd at 50ms, you think you would experience the "ghosting" effect (also known as screen noise). However, after four days of putting this monitor to the test with games, office apps & Internet browsing, I have seen no signs of it yet.

I also think it is worth mentioning that this is my third NEC LCD monitor purchase since 1998, and I have yet to see one dead pixel between the three of them. I have also purchased two Viewsonic LCD's during this time period and returned them both in exchange for the NEC's due to multiple dead pixels in both of them, so I think that says something about NEC's LCD quality control.

If you are considering an 18" LCD flat panel, all I can tell you is that I can't imagine it getting much better than this!! The display is just gorgeous and you are sure to be the envy of all your computer savvy friends & relatives.

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING!!!!!!!
This monitor is amazing!! After looking at many LCD monitors and doing my homework, I decided to take the plunge and spend the extra money for this masterpiece. Sure, I could have gone for a less expensive, or perhaps a smaller monitor, but after I got this out of the box and watched it perform I was in complete awe. The picture was even better than my Sony Wega T.V.!!! I urge you to strongly consider this monitor if you can swing the funds- you will not be dissappointed unless you decide on something else.

5-0 out of 5 stars PIXEL HEAVEN!!!
This is my second flat panel display - my first was the top-rated Eizo L330 15" display - and that was fantastic. This screen's visual quality is EQUALLY as good (which is an excellent testament). BUT at 18.1", I'm even more amazed at the image quality! I thought for sure that I would have to sacrifice some image quality - be it text or graphics - to get the additional real estate. But you know what??? All I did was GAIN with this baby!

Much larger screen, more adjustable, swivel adjustment, dual inputs - an absolutely fantastic unit ALL around!!!

If you can drop the $$$ for this piece, do it now and don't hesitate! AND do it with [Amazon.com] - they have the ABSOLUTE BEST customer service in the industry (trust me - I deal with A LOT of vendors).

MAN I love this screen!

-J

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Text looks grainy.
Using Clear type makes it looks even worst.
I had chance to compare it with Sony 18'LCD side by side - can't compete. ... Read more


135. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1700V 17" LCD Monitor (White)
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B000060NXC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 21753
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If your desktop is prime real estate but your work is graphic intensive, the MultiSync 1700V LCD monitor's small footprint, rich color, and bright display provide a solution on all levels. The LCD screen has a 17.0-inch viewable area, with a 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution. The high contrast ratio (400:1) makes the display is crisp, and an intuitive onscreen manager lets you easily adjust contrast, brightness, and other settings.

The OmniColor technology provides brilliant color calibration, with sRGB support and six-axis color control (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan), making the monitor ideal for multimedia tasks like desktop publishing and graphics-intensive work.

The sleek casing and base keep the monitor stable even when the screen is tilted at its extremes, up to 150 degrees horizontal and 110 degrees vertical. The anti-static, anti-glare screen features a treatment that refracts unwanted light away from you, and the 1550M is both TCO '99 and ENERGY 2000 compliant, in keeping with the strict standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling and power management.

With Plug and Play installation and connection via a 15-pin Dsub cable, the monitor is compatible with PCs and Macs, Sun, Silicon Graphics, and other workstations, and x-terminals. The three-year onsite warranty includes the backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • Fine 0.26mm dot pitch
  • High 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 140-degree viewing angle
  • 3-year warranty; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful on my G4 PowerMac!
No problems with this LCD monitor at all. It's my first LCD flat panel, so I haven't got much to compare it with, but I must say, I am pleased. Excellent contrast, bright screen, works well with both my 2 year old G4 PowerMac (in OS 9 and OS X) and my 3 year old Windows 98 PC. I had no problems getting it set up or working with either system.

Of course, it is a transition from a traditional CRT monitor-there is a set "native resolution" that the monitor looks best in (1280 x 1024). Of course you can use other resolutions, but they are not quite as nice. Since I was planning on setting it at 1280 x 1024, this is a non-issue for me. (All LCD monitors have a set "native resolution".) And, color calibration is ... "different" than it is with a CRT. Also, the colors get a little skewed when I look at the screen from an angle. (In this monitor's case, there is a pretty good viewing range, so I have no complaints.) I hasten to add, these are issues with all flat panels, so it comes with the territory! All-in-all, minor issues for me.

I am very pleased with this monitor, and hope to get another just like it soon.

5-0 out of 5 stars You can have my NEC when you pry my cold dead fingers off...
I have had this LCD for 4 months and I love it. I use it at least 8 hours a day, primarily for software development and business applications, and find it is very easy on the eyes. I run at the recommended resolution of 1024x768 60Hz and find text is sharp, the display is bright, and contrast is excellent. I also do a bit of gaming and Photoshop work and I am pleased with it in these roles as well.

As an added bonus(like other LCDs), it is silent, doesn't heat up my office, gave me back valuable desktop space, and is easy to move. The concealed cable tray and raise/tilt stand are also a nice touch.

If you plan on spending any decent amount of time infront of a computer, do yourself a favor and buy one. It is money well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars A gem of a monitor
When I was ready to purchase a new computer I went for the custom box only because the day I laid eyes on the NEC 17 inch LCD monitor I knew I wanted one. It's easy to install and the picture is so incredibly crisp and clear, corner to corner, top to bottom. The biggest selling point of this monitor for me, though, is it's weight. It's only 13 pounds. Thirteen pounds!!! If you're tired of slogging 44 pound CRT monitors, consider an LCD model, especially the NEC Mitsubishi 1700V-BK.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great monitor....while it lasts
I had this monitor for about 1.5 years and loved it.
However, one day the screen went blank. I called NEC customer service and was sent out a refurbished model. That had the same identical problem! Again I called customer service and was told I would be sent a NEW monitor. I waited several days and what do I see upon arrival? A big box with "REFURBISHED" stamped all over it! Still, I plugged it in and it worked fine for about 3 hours then went to super-low resolution with "glimmering" all over the screen. I know it is not the graphics card because the monitor I borrowed from a friends works great with my computed.
I have this theory that NEC never actually "refurbishes" their monitors, but instead continually cycles returned defective monitors to purchasers...

5-0 out of 5 stars Some of you just dont get it...
Another reviewer said that he could 'see' the refresh running at 60 hertz (what is recommended). HOW CAN YOU WHEN THERES NO SCAN?! Take a digital camera and view the monitor through the digital viewfinder. You wont see the scan lines running up the screen like you would on a CRT monitor.

I always notice when a CRT monitor's refresh is set to anything below 85 hertz because my eyes ARE sensitive. Running an LCD at 60 hertz is not comparable because our eyes do NOT see the SCAN. THERE ISNT ONE! ... Read more


136. NEC-Mitsubishi LCD1712 17" LCD Monitor (Silver/Black)

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Asin: B0002C98DG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
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Amazon.com Product Description

The LCD1712 from NEC-Mitsubishi is a 17-inch active matrix TFT LCD with wall-mounting capability and a slim-bezel design. A maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 and 0.264 mm dot pitch provide crisp, clear images, while a 450:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 of brightness result in a display that is bright and easy-to-see. Over 16 million colors are supported, so your images are accurate and true-to-life, and a 16 ms response ensures that motion video is displayed as smoothly as it was meant to be. With 140-degree horizontal and 120-degree vertical viewing angles, you'll have freedom move the monitor around your desktop and still get a clear view.

The LCD1712 supports standard analog RGB signals via its 15-pin D-sub port. With its small 14.7-by-7.9-inch footprint, the base takes up much less room than that of comparable CRT monitors. The unit is also VESA wall-mountable, allowing you to free up desktop space entirely. Energy Star compliant, the AC 100-120/220-240 VAC power supply consumes about 38 watts during normal operation and less than 3 watts while in standby mode. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the LCD1712 is backed by a three-year limited warranty.

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

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 140-degree horizontal and 120-degree vertical viewing angles
  • 250 cd/m2 of brightness, 450:1 contrast ratio
  • 16 ms response time for smooth motion video
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

137. NEC/Mitsubishi 1920NX-BK 19" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $1,299.99
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Asin: B00006B7HM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 18020
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294mm dot pitch
  • 170-degree wide angle viewing
  • Rich 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Analog D-Sub and digital DVI-D inputs
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Friend
This monitor is very solid. Ive had it for over 6 months. Movies look great on this monitor. Its even good for gaming. You may not want to pay the price but It is so well built that you cant complain.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sharp and Clear Text, Beautiful Digital Picture
The analog connection is ok but text is fuzzy. The digital connection is FAR superior. Please use the digital connection only if you buy this LCD. Even though it is .29mm dot pitch, it looks amazingly sharp in digital. The text on the screen is amazingly clear and readable. You will have no problems with viewing angles. This LCD is brighter than my old 21" monitor. In fact it is almost too bright for nighttime lights off usage.

DVD movies look superb. Computer games show very slight ghosting but not enough to affect your gameplay.

No sound built in, but that's why I have my existing subwoofer and speakers for.

The casing has a lazy susan at the bottom so you can spin it around, and you can tilt it to suit your height.

Buy it, you won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bought three for my office
Out of box with a perfect picture. Best Lcd 19" Flat Panel PC
monitor I've ever purchased.

4-0 out of 5 stars Another opinion
I write this only because of the single star review posted recently and my thoroughly different impression of the 1920NX. I purchased my NEC-Mitsu 1920NX about two months ago to replace an old 19 inch CRT. Worked like a champ out-of-the-box with analog input from my ATI All-in-wonder 8500 DV video card, video looked good, gaming was acceptable. When my DVI cable arrived, some days later, things just got better. I have NEVER had to play with the settings (other than turn down the brightness - which is really good for an LCD) which was the complaint of the previous reviewer.

I don't want to sound gushy or anything, but to sum my feelings up, when I got an Amazon gift certificate, I bought a second 1920 NX to replace an old 21" Compaq Q-Vision monitor (nearly the exact same viewable area as the 19" NEC-Mitsu - 3/4" less in horizontal).

1-0 out of 5 stars NEC LCD1920NX - BK Long-Term Review
The NEC-Mitsubishi 1920NX model has digital and analog inputs that are supposed to ensure the compatibility with new age computer systems today and in the near future. XtraView® technology allows for "wide-angle views" up to 170°, which only tests at 123° by PC World. The monitor works with analog and digital systems by have two separate inputs in the back of the monitor - built in. These inputs are supposed to work seamlessly in either environment, unfortunately it does not. The analog input seems to run fuzzy and unstable. You have to continuously press the auto sync button to re-adjust the screen and try to have text that is clear.

This brings me to the screen "enhancing" features, in order for you to have the clearest possible screen, that this monitor can offer. The MultiSync LCD1920NX try to cover components to make viewing pleasure as comfortable as possible. Buttons for Auto Sync and Auto Contrast are required to constantly reset the screen so you can enjoy a clear screen with little to no fuzz. Also the DVI/D-Sub button comes in handy for the times the screen is really screwing up thinking it is receiving a digital connection even though you only have analog plugged in. NEC's Rapid Response™ technology allows for uninterrupted display of full-motion video with response times of 30ms, advertised at 25ms. This number is considered quite high as Hitachi has 16ms pixel redraw time. This is a measurement of how much time it takes for a pixel to light up and go completely black again. With Rapid Response™, the MultiSync LCD1920NX deliver streaming video with very little ghosting / blurring, while achieving 33 and 40 frames per second (fps) depending on the game. This low number for fps makes the model ideal for graphic design (digital input required) but not so good for gaming or video applications.

The stand can swivel as this is the only added feature compared to other LCD screens but comes at a cost of stability. If the table is bumped or the screen touched, the monitor will sway back and forth to the point of almost tipping even with the slightest bump. ... Read more


138. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1550V-BK 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $369.99
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Asin: B00005OBP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 13528
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 elegantly slim flat-panel monitor supplies superb imaging capabilities at a surprisingly affordable price. The LCD1550V provides a true-size 15-inch display that measures just 2.4 inches deep and has a recommended resolution of 1,024 x 768 at 75 MHz. A contrast ratio of 300:1 and the 0.3mm dot pitch bring crisp, clear edges and vivid color to your images.

The base is detachable, allowing the screen to be used with a wall bracket or mounting arm. In any location, the energy-saving design reduces the overall cost of running your monitor and extends the life of the display panel. Mitsubishi includes a three-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 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


139. NEC-Mitsubishi ASLCD71V-BK 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $499.99
our price: $399.99
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Asin: B0000DGDKR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 22022
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The benefits of flat-panel displays are many, especially when you find one that offers quality without entirely emptying your wallet. The NEC AccuSync 71V packs a number of impressive features into a cabinet measuring less than 3 inches deep and weighing just 10.1 pounds.

This 17-inch display is a full two inches larger than the 15-inch LCD standard. It provides 1,280 x 1024 resolution, a 0.264 mm dot pitch, 450:1 contrast ratio, and 250 nits of brightness, all of which work together to create visuals that are finely detailed, smoothly functioning, and vividly colored. Rapid Response technology keeps pace with complex animations, whether you're pulling together tomorrow's Power Point presentation or dispatching a few dragons in your favorite online game.

The clean cabinet is classic, and the sleek design fades into the background, letting your images stand front and center. The stand is detachable, and the screen ready for wall or optional arm mounting--you'll have the ultimate clutter free desktop. The manufacturer provides a three-year warranty covering parts, labor, and the backlight.

What's in the Box
Display, stand, user's manual, power cord, 15-pin monitor cable, setup sheet, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.264mm dot pitch
  • 450:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness
  • 120-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Rapid Response technology for fast motion video
  • Optional wall/arm mounting; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent monitor at low price...
I've spent much time researching to buy a new monitor. At first, I went with 19 CRT from Envision. It was a mistake. The image was blurry and the screen does not match the edge of the screen despite of whatever I did. So I returned it and got SONY HS53 for over 440 dollars. But then I saw many reviews of dead pixels in Sony LCD monitors so I just returned it without even opening it.

Then I spent a few weeks trying to find the best monitor for my budget (less than 450 for 17 inch) and decided on either NEC ASLCD17v or LCD1760v. I also considered LCD1765 which was about 470 after a rebate and coupons. Among those 17v was the cheapest so I went with it. The only difference btw 17v and 1760v was luminance. 17v is 250 whereas 1760v is 260 which I think is a minor difference. Everything else was the same; contrast, response time.

I was worried that I wouldn't like it but when I connected it and saw the image, I was very satisfied. Text is very clear after a minor adjustment. The brightness is very good. And despite of my worries, thin bazel looked better than 1765 or Sony monitors with about an inch casing.

Frankly I do not have much experience with LCD monitors but I would recommend this to anyone who's looking for 17 inch lcd's. Its price is among the cheapest (~420) and its response time is impressive. If you have money, go with Dell (better one) or Apple but if your spending limit is near 400, this is a good monitor. ... Read more


140. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync 1550M-BK 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B000060NX3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC-Mitsubishi
Sales Rank: 17769
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If your desktop is prime real estate but your work is graphic intensive, the MultiSync 1550M LCD monitor's small footprint, rich color, and bright display provide a solution on all levels. The LCD screen has a 15.0-inch viewable area, with 1,024 x 768 maximum resolution. With a contrast ratio of 450:1, the display is crisp, with intuitive onscreen manager to adjust contrast, brightness, and other controls.

The OmniColor technology gives you total control over the brilliant color calibration, with sRGB support and six-axis color control (red, green, blue, yellow, magenta, cyan), making the monitor ideal for multimedia tasks like desktop publishing and other graphics-intensive work.

The sturdy black casing and base keep the monitor stable even when the screen is tilted at its extremes, through 150 degrees horizontal and 110 degrees vertical. The anti-static, anti-glare screen features a treatment that refracts unwanted light away from you, and the 1550M is both TCO '99 and ENERGY 2000 compliant, in keeping with the strict standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling and power management.

With plug-and-play installation, connecting via a 15-pin Dsub cable, the monitor is compatible with PCs and Macs, Sun, Silicon Graphics, and other workstations, and x-terminals. The three-year parts and labor warranty includes the backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 15-inch multimedia-enhanced thin-frame LCD monitor
  • 1024 x 768 resolution, 0.3mm dot pitch, high 450:1 contrast
  • 4-port USB hub and No Touch Auto Adjust
  • Complies with VESA standards for arm/wall mounting
  • Plug and Play compatibility

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredibly Impressive
This monitor is the first flat screen monitor I ever owned. In the process of making the decision, I looked at over 300 reviews on monitors. The most influential were the user reviews on Amazon.com It was because of this that I bought this monitor.

The monitor has resolution and clarity that I never expected to see on the screen. It is truly a plug & play device, I just pulled it out of the box and booted up. MS-Windows then found it and seached automatically for the best driver.

The installation was practically seemless and the results were just phenomenal. I would highly recommend this as a first monitor for anyone who has yet to experience the glory of a flat screen monitor. The only problem left is what to do with all that desk space.

5-0 out of 5 stars IS This Comparable To NEC MultiSync 3FGe
Attention:

The reason why I am asking your opinion on the above, is simply this:
I have a NEC MultiSync 3FGe 15" Color Monitor; I intend to purchase the DELL PRE610 Processor. Therefore, I am wondering if my monitor would be compatible with it?
Thank you.
Derryck Griffith
Manhattan. New York.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unless you require digital input, this is the BEST 15" panel
Unless you require digital input interface,which I would recommend Eizo Nanao's L365, NEC's 1550M is by far the best in terms of image quality for the price. Contrasts and brightness make this monitor stand out from the crowd. I found my Samsung panel at work lacks the brightness and contrasts that i demand, but this 1550M meets my highest expectation. The small premium over the others including NEC 1550V is worth every bit.

By the way, the 1550M's panel is identical to Nanao's L365, which explains why these two monitors manage to have such outstanding image quality. (Still a satisfed user even though my panel has one dead pixel)

5-0 out of 5 stars Even better than expected!
I must have read every single review on every single website and in every single magazine, for every flat panel monitor made. Make sure you read all the specs on each monitor before you make a decision. The specs for the 1550m (mine is black)came out tops for brightness, contrast and response time, especially for a 15" monitor at this price. A lot of complaints I was hearing, were regarding the brightness, I actually have mine turned down. The clarity, both images and text, is excellent. Auto adjust set up right away, as advertised, and with the free download of "LiquidView" software,enabling one to set icons,text and other tools at a larger size and still keep the same resolution, the display is even more impressive. The small one-watt speakers produce a much clearer and sharper sound than one would expect from such small low-power units. The fact that I have a Soundblaster Audigy sound card installed obiously helps, but nonetheless these small speakers are impressive. The four USB ports in the base are very convenient (there is a USB cord supplied to hook the base of the monitor to a USB port on the processor), although USB 1.1, I have a printer, zip drive and wireless mouse connected and everything works great.
My first PC was an NEC (also the monitor), and from the word go, it worked flawlessly for 5 years and is still going strong, so that also says a lot for NEC products, never had a problem with the hard drive or anything.
I haven't been much of a gamer, but with the fast response time of 25ms. and the clarity of this screen, the graphics look gorgeous, with bright vivid colours. The resolution is 1024X768, so you do get the odd error message saying that the screen is not set at optimum, but I can live with that. I love this monitor, and with the narrow frame it actually appears to be a lot larger than 15", the display area seems larger than on the 17" CRT at work. It is very solidly built, and it also happens to be one of the best-looking monitors I have seen. I was tempted to go with one of the competitors, but compared to this 15" the other one looked massive with the much larger frame, it doesn't sound like a big deal but NEC is right, it does make a big difference. Even without the speakers and USB ports, I would spend the extra bucks, just for the added brightness and contrast, even over the 1550V model, just compare all the specs and you'll see why this small unit comes out on top. One review I read about the 1530V, the writer mentioned having an ATI video card, as I do, (Radeon 8500), and I do agree that it seems to work seamlessly with this unit. I am not that knowledgable technically, I can only say that the components I have in my system all work well together, whether the actual make of video card makes any difference in reality, I can't say. The one thing I do know for sure is that I love this monitor and have a hard time taking my eyes off it, my next upgrade in a few years would again be NEC, probably 18". Good Luck! ... Read more


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