Advantages Excellent display, Highly reliable
Disadvantages It goes back a fair way and it's no Flat-bed!
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Suitable for both home and professional users alike, the Diamond Pro 2070 has a whopping 22" frontage with 20" of viewable screen. The maximum resolution is 2048 x 1536 which, in todays market, is decent enough by anybodys standards. At over 60lbs (just under 30kgs) it is quite heavy, but as most suppliers will deliver the beauty this shouldn't cause any problems.There are ample controls on the front set of the monitor, they include brightness, contrast, horizontal and vertical sizing and position, colour temperature and other standard features. The dynamics of the monitor, and the immense resolution are evidence of how far monitors have developed in recent years, the high calibre glare reduction enforces it's worth in the market even further.
The resolution pre-sets are as follows: -
2048 x 1536 / 86 Hz
1920 x 1440 / 92 Hz
1856 x 1392 / 95 Hz
1800 x 1440 / 92 Hz
1800 x 1350 / 98 Hz
1600 x 1200 / 109 Hz
1280 x 1024 / 127 Hz
1024 x 768 / 160 Hz
800 x 600 / 160 Hz
640 x 480 / 160 Hz
www.Microwarehouse.co.uk offer the monitor at just under £500 smackeroonies minus Vat. which pumps it right up to £575 inc. Vat, this is the major problem with the product, a steep price to be shelling out for a monitor when a decent computer system can be bought for only a little more these days. It is, therefore, important to realise that this monitor is among the cream of the top in it's range, there are perfectly decent monitors available for under half the price which do the job very well, Mitsubishi / NEC are just one of the reliable manufacturers. Before considering splashing out on this product it is essential one thinks about whether they are buying it for the right reasons, the resolution of the 2070SB will continue to please gamers and will provide an excellent screen for home use too, but it is a lot of money, and, as stated, there are decent £200 to £300 monitors out there.
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