Advantages Excellent Quality, Easy to use
Disadvantages No volume control
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A 19 inch TFT panel screen with a small foot-print stand, ideal for freeing up desk space. A maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 which it handles effortlessly with perfect clarity. I prefer to use it at 1152 x 864 but that’s because of a deficiency with my eye-sight rather than any problem with the monitor.
Connections are: Analogue and Digital (DVI) Video, Line In/Line Out Jacks and a Headphone Jack Socket, but no volume control.
Controls include Brightness, Contrast and Image Alignment; and are simple and logical to use. Interestingly, as it is not a documented feature, it appears to auto adjust the image alignment when switching screens. I use it with a KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) switch to connect to 4 PCs. Each PC Video card has slightly different characteristics so switching between machines can upset image alignment, but the Prolite seems to take it in it’s stride.
In short, I would heartily recommend this, it’s the best £400 I’ve spent in a long while, and it looks to be available for less than £300 now.
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