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121. NEC Toner Cartridge for Superscript
$38.92
122. NEC SERIAL CABLE ( OP-MP9-LINKSER
$60.99 $43.65 list()
123. NEC Tech REPL RGB SIGNAL CABLE
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124. NEC MobilePro 790 Handheld PC
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125. NEC FE1250+22" CRT Monitor
$739.00 list($899.99)
126. NEC Mobile Pro 900
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127. NEC SuperScript 1400 Laser Printer
$386.25
128. NEC Tech PX-50SP1U TWIN SPEAKERS
$591.95
129. NEC Tech CPX-60SP1U TWIN SPEAKERS
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130. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP1370
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131. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1810
132. NEC-Mitsubishi 1530V 15" LCD Monitor
$242.99 list()
133. NEC Tech REPLACES VT60ROLLER.
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134. NEC FE771SB 17" MultiSync Monitor
$266.99 $260.95 list($349.99)
135. NEC MultiSync FE991SB 19" CRT
136. NEC 2000/3500Printer Ribbon, Black
137. NEC Tech RUGGED SHIPPING CASE
138. NEC-Mitsubishi 400 Mobilepro Handheld
139. NEC 8023A Pinwriter Printer Ribbon,
$1,479.04
140. NEC LT240K Ultra-Portable Video

121. NEC Toner Cartridge for Superscript 660 Plus (Black)

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Asin: B00004Z7ER
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 34460
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122. NEC SERIAL CABLE ( OP-MP9-LINKSER )

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Asin: B0000AVBTK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
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123. NEC Tech REPL RGB SIGNAL CABLE FOR ALL ( RGBCBL-PJPX )

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Asin: B0002ZQG1K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Technologies (Monitors)
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Product Description

NEC aims to provide optimal solutions to its customers. Innovation is the key to its ongoing success. After all, the company has been at the cutting edge of research and development in its field for over a century.NEC is committed to serving the specific needs of its various customers. In order to remain the leading solutions provider for broadband networking and mobile Internet, it is focusing on two key domains - IT-Network integrated solutions and semiconductor solutions. In the process, NEC's customers are empowered to unleash creativity, seize new opportunities and achieve their goals.This product is a replacement RGB signal cable for all NEC projector and plasma models. ... Read more


124. NEC MobilePro 790 Handheld PC
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00006HQFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 11230
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fast and easy synchronization of data through serial connection
  • Calendar, Contacts, and Inbox programs easily manages appointments
  • Email capable (requires phone line and ISP)
  • Software development tools allows custom software for your needs
  • What's in the box: NEC MobilePro 790, Stylus, AC Adapter, Serial cable, Telephone cable, Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery, Microsoft ActiveSync software, User's Guide, Release Notes

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars small and sensational
I hAVE MY NEC 790 FOR SOMETIME NOW AND HAVE FOUND IT TO BE A WONDERFUL TOOL FOR INVENTORY CONTROL, LETTER WRITING AND MUCH MORE. THE SCREEN IS GREAT AND THE PICTURE IS CLEAR. TRAVELING WITH IT HAS BEEN A RELIEF AND A GREAT SOURCE OF COMFORT. i DONT NEED ALL THE GARBAGE I USED HAVE TO CARRY WITH ME WHEN I HAD A SMALL HANDHELD WITH THE CRADLE AND I WOULD LOSE THINGS CONSTANTLY I WAS FOREVER IN COMP USA BUYING A NEW PLUG I LOST OR PROGRAM CARD IT WAS ALWAYS A NIGHTMARE. AND THEN TRYING TO WRITE WITH THE FOLDING KEYBOARD WAS A JOKE. NOW THE NEC HAS MY PROGRAMS INIT AND A NICE KEYBOARD PLUS IT IS SO EASY TO KEEP TRACK OFF ALL MY INFO ... Read more


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

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

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

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

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

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

Pros:

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

Cons:

  • Text blurry at high resolutions
... Read more

Features

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

126. NEC Mobile Pro 900
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00009QH41
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 14952
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compact size: 1.8 pounds
  • Microsoft Windows H/PC 2000 operating system
  • 32MB Flash ROM
  • Touch panel function
  • What's in the box: Mobile Pro 900, Backup CR2032 battery, AC Adapter, Rechargeable 2-cell Lithium-Ion battery, PC Connect USB cable, RJ-11 Telephone cable, Stylus pen, User manual

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nec Mobile Pro 900
Ok to all of you looking at an alternative to pocket pc and laptops then this device will be a welcome addition and a change of some sorts. I've owned a Jornada 720, 728 and a 547 which is a pocket pc. I honestly prefer handheld to the pocket pc because it encompasses everything into one unit with minimal lugging around of accessories and gadgets. When a unit can accommodate compact flash, secure digital and has a built in modem and PCMCIA slots then u have an all in one solution. These particular styles are more geared to the mobile professional and the frequent traveler. I'm considering buying this one and selling all of my old handhelds and pocket pc's because of nothing else technology. The only manufacturer left in the game is NEC and this unit has a 400 MHz Xscale processor (the same as in the high end pocket pc's) and has 64meg of ram and rom. The thing that people are going to say negatively about this machine is the screen. That's not NEC's fault. Until Microsoft gets off its lazy unsupportive billion dollar butt and offers a service pack to the hpc2000 OS then it will be hard to foresee change. I can stand being at the mercy of software developers. Hardware has always been ahead of software throughout the inception of technology. The current Handheld OS is 4 years old and wont support higher resolutions and color depths. However this unit does have external capabilities that allow it to be displayed at 800x600 which is acceptable for power point presentations and the like. Everyone that is a Handheld owner should write and send email to Microsoft to force a service pack upgrade because these units are more than capable of providing years of good hard use and its a shame that a new warranted unit like the NEC is hampered only by the software and not technology. It's a shame as well that HP got out of the market because their Jornadas were second to none. Anyway I'm a dreamer and I do foresee an upgrade to the OS and this NEC unit does have a ton of potential and a myriad of uses. Don't buy it expecting it to compete with a pocket pc in terms of the screen and performance due to the fact it uses passive active matrix screen versus the TFT screens on ppc's and the OS isn't optimized for the Xscale processor but nonetheless nothing else fills the void and hits the spot like the mobile pro900.

5-0 out of 5 stars I found the answer!! The in-between-machine!!
I love this-- I hated carrying around a heavy laptop-- and I did not want to shell out the crazy amount of $$$ for a super light one-- because only the lightest would have been useful to me-- This is the answer-- Instant on and instantly into documents and off to work-- I've only had it a short time but its already proved incredibly useful, I've given up my notebook(actual paper spiral) that I used to haul around to meetings and though I was hesitant to give up my calendar I decided to pitch it within a few days!!!
Adressing the other reviewers negativity-- just cause he is an IT guy does not mean he knows what he is talking about!!! Syncing with my computer took just a few minutes-- It is like MAGIC
Thanks NEC!

2-0 out of 5 stars More Hype than truth
I really wanted a more powerful Jornada 720 which is sort of the claim that NEC puts on this product. They keyboard is pretty good and some parts of the design like the placement of the CF slot and the PC Card are perfect. However, this is not exactly a small form factor like the Jornada it is about the size of a Fujitsu P1120 or a Avertec P. Weight wise it is about .5lb from the the P1120 and 2lbs from the Avertec. A good part is that it does have the ability to instantly turn on but the screen is terrible. In fact probably the worst screen of any PDA / Laptop I have seen. It is all washed out. I wanted this so that I could throw it in a Gym bag and if needed instantly turn it on and trade stocks through a TMobile Aircard. I found that the syncing with ActiveSync 3.7 was terrible, sometimes it would work other times it would fail on WinNT2000K and with XP Pro it was a nightmare. Part of the NEC 900 that is rotten is the OS. THe HPC 2000 is just plain buggy. The AirCard software would die while it works on a PDA and over 6 laptops and tablets.

Pros:
+ Turns on fast
+ CPU is definately faster than Jornada like 4 times as fast
+ CF/PCMCIA slot are position nicely and takes both I/II
+ Keyboard excellent

COns:
+ Too big just isn't small enough to be like a Jornada and too small to be like a P1120 or Sony TR1 or JVC Interlink all of which are much more powerful
+ Screen is worst I have ever seen
+ Syncing/OS is out of date and difficult

Bottom line for the price it isn't too bad if you want something light to type on or run excel spreadsheets that will last 8 hours. They keyboard is awesome so if you have large fingers and need an ultra portable this is ok if you can get around the screen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great HPC Palmtop!
NEC did a good job with this one! With the improved battery life, the USB slave port, the flash ROM, OS, and the 400mhz processor NEC surely made a seller! Many people do not realize that this unit is not running Windows XP, so this unit can out speed most laptops with its operating system!

People need to actually give HPC devices an honest chance, and with the right expectations. They will not be disappointed!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my NEC
The keyboard is amazing and I have never had any problem with this unit what so ever. I always have it in my backpack and I love the fact that CE allows you to turn it on and off instantly. I also use it for checking emails and some light surfing, although I rather surf on my laptop due to the small screen. I have never reset my NEC since I got it 4 months ago. ... Read more


127. NEC SuperScript 1400 Laser Printer
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004VUGV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 42624
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The SuperSript 1400 is a robust 12 pages-per-minute laser printer that consistently delivers superior results. It connects easily to your windows PC or Macintosh and offers flexible paper handing to ensure quality printing on envelopes, labels, and card stock. The SuperSript 1400 is the perfect choice for the home or small office.The superScript 1400 offers 12 pages-per-minute print capability driven by a 66MHz RISC processor. With crisp 1200-dpi class resolution to handle print jobs from Windows PC or Macintosh, the SuperScript 1400 also has a robust 270-sheet standard internal paper tray. Its flexable paper handling ensures quality printing on envelopes, labels and card stock with a straight-trough paper path using the multipurpose tray and the face-up output. You can also increase the input paper capacity with an optional 550 sheet lower paper tray unit for a total input of 820 sheets of paper. The SuperScript 1400 is the perfect choice for the home or small office. ... Read more

Features

  • Handles wide variety of media and paper weights
  • Prints up to 12 ppm
  • 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Parallel and USB interfaces; Mac and PC compatible
  • 4 MB RAM, 66 MHz RISC processor

Reviews (26)

4-0 out of 5 stars works well most of time
This printer works well for regular printing jobs.I was a bit concerned first because various plastic parts are very flimsy (compared to other printers, such as HP) and looked easily breakable.However, so far it is working fine for about two years.A couple of problems: I like to use back of used papers for printing drafts and less important documents.This printer has hard time picking up used sheets separately from the regular tray.I could never figure out how to use the manual feed tray.The printer did not come with a decent manual.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very reliable for 2 years
I bought this printer back in Dec 2000 for use at home, and it's been a great experience.I bought the 3 year extended warranty for $..., and I had to use it once early on.NEC has excellent after-sales support.They cross-shipped me a new unit when mine broke down so I didn't have to scramble around for a box to ship it.I have used technical support, and they answered the phone within 2 minutes.Technical support advice was accurate and courteous.The support website is also easy to use and contains all the downloads and documentation you need.

I printed my Ph.D. thesis on this printer, and it turned out perfect.The text quality is excellent, but not as good as the more expensive (>$1000) HP printers that I use at school.

You can't upgrade the memory or internal software (this printer will never be able to do Postscript), but for the home user, I think it's more than adequte.I also think the printer is attractively designed compared to its competition from Brother.The only thing I wish it had was an auto-duplex to print on both sides of the paper to save our trees.

Highly recommended for the budget user!

3-0 out of 5 stars good output, high noise
I returned this printer to Amazon one day after it arrived to my house.Printer had really good output, but made a high pitch noice every time it printed and it would stay on for at least 5 minutes (the lowest time setting for power saving feature).It really bothered me to listen to it and my wife did not like it either.So I purchased Brother HL1240, liked it and kept it while returning this NEC.Output on both was the same (600 DPI), Brother was somewhat quicker to start printing, and was very quiet.I really cannot say anything bad about this printer except for the high pitch noise that is inexusable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Bargain
For the price, this has been a worthwhile investment. It only takes a few seconds to warm up in power-saving mode, and it is very fast with text or graphics. The high capacity toner cartridges make it very economical for large amounts of printing (between manuscripts and college papers I have printed about 3,000 pages since purchase). The only reasons I didn't rate this a 5 are 1) the manual feed can be a little tricky, 2) I have had paper jams when filling the paper tray to capacity (but none if I load it a little light) and 3) I couldn't get it to work with a parallel cable. After reading another user's review, I avoided using the USB connector. NEC's help desk was very accessible, but was unable to fix the problem with the LPT1 connection. On their advice, I tried a USB cable and was up and running with no problems.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value
Occasional jams and communication problems printing from the internet (for which you simply turn the printer off and back on) but generally, operation has been pretty smooth for the last several months I've owned this item.The rebate process was timely from NEC, the quality is good enough for camera-ready copy for offset and the machine as a whole is recommendable for single person use in a home office.For duplex (booklet) legal-size printing, you really need to get the optional paper tray. ... Read more


128. NEC Tech PX-50SP1U TWIN SPEAKERS FOR 50XM3 PLASMA

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Asin: B0001ZRPDY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Technologies (Monitors)
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129. NEC Tech CPX-60SP1U TWIN SPEAKERS FOR 61MP2 PLASMA

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Asin: B0001ZROS0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Technologies (Monitors)
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130. 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.
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131. NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync LCD1810 18" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $2,399.99
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Asin: B00004Y6CM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 32482
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Amazon.com Review

The NEC 1810 is an extraordinary monitor for demanding graphics users. It offers a native 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution with 0.28-millimeter dot pitch, easy pivoting for portrait or landscape orientation, and XtraView technology for superwide 170-degree viewing.

Setting up the 1810 was easy. We plugged in the power supply, connected the monitor to our PC's video card, and followed the colorful setup card to adjust monitor settings and to set our computer to 1,280 x 1,024 mode. We inserted the included CD-ROM into our PC and installed the Pivot software. Total setup time was less than five minutes.

The 1810's XtraView technology is quite remarkable. Colors dimmed only slightly as we rotated the screen away from straight-on; they became truly dark only when viewing the monitor edge-on. The monitor remained bright and clear in a variety of lighting conditions (rated at 200 cd per square meter), and the anti-glare surface performed well even when facing a window.

The 1810's native 1,280 x 1,024 resolution was razor sharp. Lower resolutions were grainier, and the lowest resolution was quite choppy (typical for this type of monitor). Because you'll likely keep the monitor in its native resolution mode, you'll want a fast video card for quick refreshing. The contrast ratio is rated at only 150:1, so we were surprised by the rich details that emerged when viewing color photographs.

The 1810 accepts most standard input signals--analog RGB, separate sync TTL level, positive/negative composite sync TTL level, and composite sync on green video. It has dual inputs with 15-pin mini D-sub male to 5-branched BNC male (capable) and 15-pin mini D-sub male to 15-pin mini D-sub male (standard cable). It comes with a power cord, power adapter, monitor cable, CD-ROM, user's manual, and quick setup card. It measures 23.3 by 25.2 by 15.5 inches (although the display itself is only 3.5 inches thick) and weighs 31 pounds as shipped. It is backed by a three-year warranty.

Overall, we think very highly of the NEC 1810. We've put it through several weeks of in-the-field testing, and we continue to be very impressed with its performance. It represents the standard by which we'll judge other LCD monitors in this class. --Mike Brown ... Read more

Features

  • 18-inch viewable screen size
  • 0.28-millimeter dot pitch
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution at 76 Hz
  • TFT active-matrix LCD display
  • Slim space-saving design

132. 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
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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


133. NEC Tech REPLACES VT60ROLLER. HIGH IMPAC ( VT65ROLLER )

our price: $242.99
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Asin: B00025O7O8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Technologies (Monitors)
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134. NEC FE771SB 17" MultiSync Monitor - Black
list price: $209.99
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Asin: B000068IGB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 36454
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Features

  • 17 (16 Viewable) CRT
  • SuperBright Diamondtron Totally-Flat Aperture Grille
  • Maximum Resolution -1280 x 1024 @ 66Hz
  • Horizontal Frequency -30 kHz to 70 kHz
  • Anti-Static Screen Coating

135. NEC MultiSync FE991SB 19" CRT Monitor
list price: $349.99
our price: $266.99
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Asin: B000068IG6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Average Customer Review: 1.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.25 to 0.27mm dot pitch
  • Exclusive OptiClear screen surface
  • NaViSet software for adjusting settings via mouse and keyboard
  • 3-year warranty; low power consumption
  • SuperBright Diamondtron flat aperture grille for sharply focused bright images

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Black Screen - Horizontal Line in the Middle
I have the same exact problem everybody else did!! I used it for a little over a year, it was awesome while it lasted... then I get that same problem. Black Screen , only a white horizontal line in the middle. Thats it. When you turn it on sometimes it works for like 90 seconds, and then goes bad again. It's way too much hassle to send it back, I'll just throw this in the trash and get a new one, from another brand of course.

Stay away from this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars P.O.S.
Don't buy this. I bought it also based on PC mag reviews that it was an excellent monitor for the price. I've had it maybe a year and now I have the exact same problems everyone else has mentioned, flickering and complete loss of picture.
I'm a bit irked that I'm out 200+ bucks, however, if my option is to pay $60 to send this one back, get someone else's broken monitor and then get told it's my fault, I might as well kick it to the curb and buy one from another company.
Now I'm temporarily using the 6+ year old dell monitor that came with an old computer while I decide what to buy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Was VERY happy ---- for about a year. Then.........
I purchased this monitor based on the recommendation from PC World magazine as one of the top rated monitors (Jan 2003). I was very happy until April of 2004. I now get flickering and tearing at both the top and bottom edges of the screen. Occasionally, I lose the whole picture and it goes completely black except for a very bright thin horizontal line in the center of my screen. If I hit the monitor on the side a few times, the picture comes back (for a while). I don't know how much longer this will work, however. I fear it will soon completely die.

The monitor is still under warrantee, but from what I understand, you must contact NEC and give them a credit card # for security, and they will send you a refurbished replacement. Once you get it, you must then box up the old monitor and send it to them at your expense (probably around $60). If they determine the problem is from damage or neglect, they charge your credit card for the replacement. If not, I guess they fix up the broken one enough to give away to another customer who has problems.

I'm thinking it would be better just to write it off as a bad purchase and buy another brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars blurry text strains your eyes
I can't believe that NEC sells this piece of junk. I got it figuring that its aperture grill meant good image quality. Instead, its IQ is, in a word, horrible. Never have I ever seen such blurry text. I tried every possible adjustment, all to no avail. After only one day of use, it put such a strain on my eyes that I sent it back.

2-0 out of 5 stars Bad Monitor and Horrid Support
I had this monitor for just 3 months before the picture would start randomly going from dark to bright. No way to fix it. I had to ship it back to NEC for 100 bucks to get a replacement. Now just a few months later the replacement is going out on me. The picture gets all distorted and rips at the top. NEC support is horrible. My only option is to spend another 100 bucks to ship this one back to NEC to get another horrible replacement. This monitor has already cost me over 400 dollars and wasn't worth half of that. ... Read more


136. NEC 2000/3500Printer Ribbon, Black

Asin: B00005QT7J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
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137. NEC Tech RUGGED SHIPPING CASE W/-WHEELS LOCK VT440 VT540 ( VT40ATACASE )

Asin: B00006HNWF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nec Technologies (Monitors)
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138. NEC-Mitsubishi 400 Mobilepro Handheld Organizer

Asin: B00005QT37
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
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Features

  • Portability for your PC files
  • Familiar Windows 95-like interface
  • PC compatible software
  • Simple synchronization and updating of your PC files
  • What's in the box: 400 Mobilepro, Docking cradle, PC cable, AC adapter, 2 AA batteries, 1 CR2042 backup battery, User manual, Software CD

139. NEC 8023A Pinwriter Printer Ribbon, Black

Asin: B00005QT7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
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Product Description

NEC is a leading vendor of high-quality, innovative printing and imaging solutions for home and businesses. NEC offers a wide variety of ribbons, ink and toner cartridges as well as paper, transparencies and other printer supplies designed to make your documents look sharp and professional. ... Read more


140. NEC LT240K Ultra-Portable Video Projector

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Asin: B0000D94JT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NEC Technologies
Sales Rank: 11153
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Features

  • 0.69-inch 12-degree DDR DMD display technology
  • 1,024 x 768 native resolution, scalable to 1,600 x 1,200
  • 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness
  • 35.7 to 749.9-inch projection distance, 30 to 500-inch diagonal image size
  • YCbCr component video, HDTV, PC card, S-video, RCA, and USB inputs

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