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AdvantagesQuality, design


...Thanks in advance for reading this and I hope it helps you in making a purchasing decision. Over a decade ago I was a poor student shopping for my first ever PC. I knew what I wanted - a 486 processor running at 25MHz, 8Mb RAM, 200Mb harddrive and most importantly an Iiyama 14" monitor. Sadly the wages department of the hotel restaurant I worked through that long and tedious summer dictated...

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AdvantagesHigh refresh rates, it's not to bad for a 15" shadow mask monitor

Disadvantagesit's not a great 15" shadow mask monitor, 15" monitors aren't that great anyway.

...The MF-8515G doesn?t do the name iiyama justice. The monitor has poor power regulation, which means the picture resizes when the screen moves from large amounts of white to large amounts of black on the screen. The contrast is also quiet poor, though bear in mind I am writing this on the iiyama Vision Master pro 410 (Also known as the a702-ht for no apparent reason) which is the finest monitor...

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“Iiyama still the Best!”

published 18/06/2001

AdvantagesRazor Sharp Definition, Steady Picture, Flat Screen

DisadvantagesControls can be a bit finicky

...Iiyama....this name has been around for many years as one of the leaders in screen technology, it is renowned for the very high quality of it's picture. Since I started in computers back in 1987 I have always tried to own a good monitor because you only have one set of eyes. I've had Taxan's, Sony's, Viewsonic's, and finally Iiyama's. The latest one being the Vision Master Pro 452, it's a 19...

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