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Anyone have a recommendation on a reduced depth 19" monitor? Is there such a thing that is also flat tube?
09-27-2000, 08:48 AM
I just bought Iiyama 19" flat screen and I'm very happy with the quality. <a href=www.iiyama.com>Iiyama</a> If you want high quality, you couldn't go wrong with Sony. But you have tight budget, ViewSonic (Mitsubishi tube) and KDS (Sony tube). However, beware the quality and customer service of KDS. They don't have quite good reputation around here. Hope this help. :D
mostly I have tight deskspace. My current 17" seems small after sitting in front of the 17" flat tube at work. The problem is that my current desk at home won't accommodate anything larger than my current 17 incer. Thus the need for a short depth monitor.
But I haven't noticed any flat short depth 19" monitors.
09-30-2000, 10:58 PM
i just bought a proview 19" from circuit city...
it is shorter than my sony 17" but is not advertised as a "short tube".
depth is approx. 15"
specs: 1600 x 1200...1280 x 1024 @ 75hz
.26 dp...18" view...one touch/button control
drum roll please... 199.00 after rebate!!!
249.00 minus 50.00 mail in.
no its not the tightest dot pitch...
no its not the highest res.
no the controls arent pecfect and its not flat...
but...its the best monitor ive seen anywhere in 19" for 199.00. period. ive looked at everyone i can find.
oh ... 3yr mfg warranty too... ;)
10-01-2000, 10:35 AM
That is indeed an incredible deal for a 19" monitor.
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