hothardware.com: Last year at CES in Las Vegas, Dell previewed a &quot;concept&quot; monitor that definitely pegged our collective geek-o-meters with its ultra-sleek, clear, tempered glass design and super-thin, clean profile. Back then not much was known about this 22&quot; panel that popped out of nowhere, nor did we get a sense for when or even if the product would actually see the light of day on the open market. Now, just a few days before CES '08, this comes in from the smooth operators over at Dell...
benchmarkreviews.com: Honeywell is brand new to the LCD monitor industry, which is why they called upon the expertise of SOYO. After making giant waves in the market with their 24-Inch DYLM24D6 ultra-affordable widescreen LCD, SOYO was put to work building an up-scale version with premium features. The end result of their work became the Honeywell Arius product line, which features an integrated webcam, microphone, speakers, and USB ports. The Honeywell Arius MT-SY-HWLM2216 22-Inch WSXGA+ widescreen LCD monitor boasts a quick 2ms response time.
dreamwarecomputers.com: In an attempt to break the ordinary and bring a splash of colour and design into a typically untouched area of computing, Samsung has recently released the T220 LCD monitor. This is a 22&quot; widescreen LCD monitor with a startling 20000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, ultra-fast 2ms response time and most of all, looks unlike any other.
hothardware.com: Today we're taking a look at a monitor, the Asus MS238H, that's part of a new trend sweeping the display market. No, we're not talking about 3D technology. The Asus MS238H is the first desktop LCD monitor we've tested that features LED backlighting. This is basically the same technology found in the HDTV arena which makes displays thinner and lighter than ever before. LED back lit displays are so slim, they can be hung on walls like picture frames, eliminating the need for the heavy duty mounts that standard LCD products previously required.
tweaknews.net: Now don't get me wrong, just because this monitor doesn't game doesn't mean it is not an exceptional piece of visual computer hardware. Just make you understand, gamers make up only a small percentage of the purchasing population. The rest of this monitor's features make it an excellent options for consumers needing a top of the line monitor for work and standard computer duties. But for less money you can get a brand named 1000:1 contrast ratio monitor which is capable of gaming and you will still have money left in your wallet.
driverheaven.net: 24inch monitors are gaining popularity within the enthusiast gaming community so with that in mind we take a look at Dell's 2407 screen, the follow up to the 2405 which we also reviewed last year. A competitively priced screen with a wide array of inputs. But does it offer high image quality as well?
trustedreviews.com: The DisplayLink technology that Samsung has embedded into the SyncMaster 940UX is truly superb, simple as that. Being able to hook up multiple screens digitally, over USB is an inspired idea, and a welcome feature for anyone who uses a notebook as their main computer.
techgage.com: Think large displays are over-rated? Then Samsung's brand new 743B might just be worth a look. At 17-inches, it sure isn't for everyone. It offers a 1280x1024 resolution, fast 5ms response time and an outstanding 7000:1 contrast ratio. Does this small monitor pack a big punch?
dreamwarecomputers.com: For those who don't like the narrow resolution of a 19&quot; widescreen monitor, making the move up to a 20&quot; or 22&quot; will regain that height that's lost on smaller widescreens. Although the Samsung 226BW was known as a great monitor, the &quot;panel lottery&quot; ended up making that a bit of a gamble for buyers. Since then, Samsung has released the 2232GW which is a beautiful looking 22&quot; widescreen LCD display. Time to dig in and see if they're learned from their panel mistakes!
hothardware.com: Earlier this year we stumbled upon a widely circulated You Tube video (at least in tech circles), in which a man is seen ruthlessly abusing a poor LCD monitor. The protagonist starts by letting a child draw on the screen with a black permanent marker. Taking matters into his own hands, the man then proceeds to take a pen-knife to the surface of the screen, followed by multiple strikes with a hammer. The abuse of a perfectly good LCD monitor isn't what struck us about this particular video, however.
techgage.com: It's been quite a while since we have last taken a look at an ASUS monitor, much less one that we've been ultimately impressed by, so when we received their latest model, the VW266H, we couldn't wait to tear it out of the box to see if things have improved with their line-up. Read on as we find out whether this TN-based monitor is a winner.
benchmarkreviews.com: Desktop PCs have come to a point where your digital experience will be limited to the capability of your monitor. With high end Core 2 Duo CPUs and decent HD capable video cards priced around $100, there is no reason to be viewing the digital world on low resolution screens. If you are, then it is time to step up and upgrade to an HD Monitor. The question is: is the Samsung SyncMaster P2350 a worthy upgrade? Benchmark Review takes a look at this 23-inch LCD Widescreen monitor and see if it's a good buy.
tweaknews.net: If you are a movie buff that also wants a good LCD monitor for home/office work and wouldn't mind the minor extra scrolling, than this monitor will be perfect for you. It has an amazingly bright picture for its specifications and will bring a whole new level of enjoyment to DVD viewing on your computer, or from a HDCP compliant DVD player.
thinkcomputers.org: ViewSonic is a name that when we hear it we think of monitors. One of my first monitors was a ViewSonic. Today we will be taking a look at ViewSonic's VX2235wm 22-inch HD Widescreen LCD Monitor. Any display you get these days should be widescreen, the VX2235wm is not only widescreen it offers a 5ms response time, 700:1 contrast ratio, and integrated speakers. All of these features are great for gaming, movies, and just basic computers use. So let's take a look.
techgage.com: Lenovo tests the waters in the LCD market with a product that we've been waiting quite some time for -- a 22&quot; LCD monitor that offers a 1920 x 1200 native resolution. But is its resolution alone enough reason for you to give the nod to the L220X, or is it worth waiting for other manufacturers to follow?
bit-tech.net: In the end, it's one of those monitors that does better in isolation than in comparison. Viewed by itself, it's a pretty pleasant looking display that might just fool you at a glance into thinking it was a mediocre IPS panel. Placed side by side with a good VA or IPS screen, however, its short comings are obvious. That said, there are two areas where it falls short by any standard. Worst of all is the backlight bleed around the top and bottom edges of the panel. It's the sort of basic image quality faux pas that does much to cheapen the overall feel of the monitor. Then there's the vertical viewing angle problem.
ocmodshop.com: While visiting Zalman at a few trade shows, I was introduced to their new stereoscopic 3d monitor: the Zalman Trimon 22-inch monitor. nVidia has been showing off their own solutions that use any regular monitor, so what makes this monitor different, and why would you want to buy one? I spoke with Richard Chung of Zalman, who gave me the lowdown on thi explained to me the differences between the Zalman monitor and nVidia's 3d solution. For one, this 22-inch 3D LCD monitor is optmized for gaming purposes, supporting 3D and 2D realizations.