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AdvantagesPrice, Widescreen, Good display

DisadvantagesNone I can think of

...:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, high color accuracy, resolution of up to 1440x900 pixels, response time of 5 ms so good for Games and limits ghosting, DVI and D-Sub inputs and supports HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection). For the price you cant go wrong and its from a top brand, and is ideal for all you hardened Dell customers....

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Advantagesgreat display, two inputs

DisadvantagesNot cheap, On Screen Display was designed by a gibbering maniac

...of information on the screen without it becoming a nasty, flickery, blurred mess. It?s a Diamondtron screen, which is Mitsubishis attempt at copying Sony Trinitron technology and they did a good job of it (A better one than Sony in fact) and means the screen is completely flat, so flat that when you first get it it looks concave! You also get two inputs on the back, the standard D-Sub and 5 bnc connectors...

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AdvantagesAffordable, reliable, easy to use, secure connection.

DisadvantagesSuspect build quality, though this is cosmetic.

...with this, and this is the product I am reviewing. The Maverick Video Cable is a 2 metre long cable which allows me to connect the Notebook (and any compatible laptop/Home PC) to a monitor or compatible TV. My TV in my room allows me to connect the Notebook via their 15-pin D-Sub sockets. The cable is a Male - Male fitting, so it is important that you see if this is what you require before...

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