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Not for me

AdvantagesGood appearance.

DisadvantagesBad Display, several dead pixels. High auto brightness level, tough on the eyes. Flimsy stand.

...LG are comparative newcomers to the electronics scene, having only gained sufficient brand proliferation to make much of an impact on the market in the past few years. Their product range is vast, ranging from music players to speakers, to monitors like this one. As part of their budget-ish monitor program, LG released this, the Flatron L1915S model. The title, boasting the models er...

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“I've got my desk back”

published 10/11/2005

AdvantagesGreat colour, Great resolution, great design

DisadvantagesNone at all

...don't need a dual input monitor anymore, as long as my PC and my SUN are on the same network, I can "drive" them both. *** What is it *** The monitor I decide to go for was an LG Flatron L1717S. I paid £159.99 for it from PC World - OK I'm sure I could have got it cheaper elsewhere, but I saw it, I liked it, I bought it!! And to be honest, I couldn't be bothered to look around. (no I didn...

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AdvantagesHDMI ports for gaming consoles, DVDs and PC!

DisadvantagesGood PC monitor...Average HD TV!

...must buy this product (instead of keeping that rusty old TFT monitor which you bought for 150 pounds because it was technologically fashionable at the time!) Advantages of the LG Flatron M228WD: Looks can be deceiving, but this sleekly designed monitor also performs (stop the presses! Looks and personality...they are a rare breed!) The M228W sports both analogue and digital TV tuners, so you...

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