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  1. NEC MultiSync LCD1770NX review

    NEC MultiSync LCD1770NX review

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    We've grown rather fond of NEC's range of flat-panel monitors; they're always stylish, well designed and a joy to use. However, we're not so sure about this latest model from the range

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    ViewSonic PJ502 review

    ViewSonic PJ502 review

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    Usually, an 800x600 LCD projector will have a visible grid, but this one is different. By using a 0.7-inch LCD panel, ViewSonic has greatly reduced the chicken-wire effect to give a far more pleasing final image

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    Toshiba TDP-MT200 review

    Toshiba TDP-MT200 review

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    Part of Toshiba's home projector range, the TDPMT200 is specifically designed to be a movie projector. This largely comes from the use of the widescreen DLP technology, which is perfect for showing films

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    Optoma H27 review

    Optoma H27 review

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    Apparently, not all DLPs are built the same. On paper, the H27 seems almost identical to others. But the proof of the pudding is in the eating and we certainly enjoyed gorging on this tasty projector

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    InFocus X3 review

    InFocus X3 review

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    The X range from InFocus is the potato of the projector world: it mightnot be the most exciting thing on the market but it isn't half versatile. The X3 is the latest in this range

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    Hitachi PJTX100 review

    Hitachi PJTX100 review

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    If this projector doesn't make you sit up and pay attention, nothing will. Obviously crafted to be a home projector from the ground up, its enormous 1.6x zoom lens is its most striking visual feature

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    Canon LV-X4 review

    Canon LV-X4 review

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    Many similar projectors are pretty much dedicated film projectors that happen to be able to handle computer inputs, but this one is a dedicated presentation projector that can handle films, if you want it to

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    BenQ PE5120 review

    BenQ PE5120 review

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    We almost dropped this projector in shock when we saw the price. It's rare to find a projector for less than £500 and even rarer to find one this cheap that performs decently

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    Samsung SM940MW review

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    Sometimes it's hard to choose between watching TV and getting on with more worthwhile pursuits on your PC. The multi-function Samsung SM940MW allows you to do both at the same time.

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    Philips 200W6 review

    Philips 200W6 review

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    The design of the Philips 200W6 is utilitarian rather than flash, andworkaday aspects include a SmartManage facility for LAN-based assetmanagement, which might please network administrators but will leavethe rest of us cold

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    Iiyama ProLite E1900WS review

    Iiyama ProLite E1900WS review

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    Drop an inch on your monitor size and you can expect a bit of a price crash. Compared with our favoured 20-inch spec where models cost anything up to £500 or more, this new 19-inch Iiyama weighs in at just £175, looking like it could be a bargain.

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    Eizo S2110W review

    Eizo S2110W review

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    The S2110W won't win any fashion awards and, for merely general purpose use, it's too expensive to consider. However, if outright image quality is your main buying criterion for photo editing or high-end graphics work, the Eizo is worth every penny.

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    Asus PW201 review

    Asus PW201 review

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    Once, big 20-inch screens were the sole reserve of the graphics designer and those with more than a little loose change in their pockets. the super rich. Not any more

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    Asus PW-201 20-inch LCD review

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    We'll admit that it's hard to imagine anyone being disappointed with this swish-looking ingénue couched supine on his/her desktop. It's a pretty thing, cast in glossy black with a heavy, solid base and an entirely adjustable tilt-and-rise stand...

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    Acer AL2032W review

    Acer AL2032W review

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    On the face of it, the Acer is an expensive piece of kit, with a price tag that's a good deal weightier than most 20-inch models. However, it's positively bristling with clever technology that more than outweighs the purchase price.

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    ViewSonic VX2025wm review

    ViewSonic VX2025wm review

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    ViewSonic seems to have undergone a major transition over the past couple of years. While we've reviewed some spectacularly lacklustre monitors from the company in the past, the quality has climbed recently...

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    Sony MFM-HT205 review

    Sony MFM-HT205 review

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    Originally engineered to make laptop screens brighter while reducing their current drain, Sony's X-Black display technology has made its way onto the desktop. It's now featured in many of Sony's LCD screens, due to its dazzling brightness...

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    Samsung Sync- Master 940WM review

    Samsung Sync- Master 940WM review

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    LCD technology has just killed off CRTs in the PC monitor marketplace, it's also making massive in-roads into the TV manufacturing industry. Samsung brings both elements together with its new 19-inch combined PC monitor and TV set...

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    CTX X962A review

    CTX X962A review

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    With 19in screens now firmly established as the size of choice for almost every type of PC user, there's a huge range of models to choose from

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    Sharp XR-1S review

    Sharp XR-1S review

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    Sharp describes its XR-1S as a 'Pico Portable' projector, which overstates the case as it is small without being tiny. The styling is very slick; however, the focus and zoom controls are tightly tucked in and we found them tricky to operate...

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    Samsung SyncMaster 215TW review

    Samsung SyncMaster 215TW review

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    The 215TW is a bright, clear display with particularly good colour rendering, but slightly lacklustre multimedia features that it could do without. The screen real estate and aspect ratio bucks the trends towards 20-inch displays that we're seeing

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    Sony VPL-EX3 review

    Sony VPL-EX3 review

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    An entry-level projector that punches above its weight

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    BenQ FP202W review

    BenQ FP202W review

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    BenQ will be thanking goodness for minor mercies. You see, we are sophisticated, discerning aficionados of the finer points of flatpanelry. If looks and on-paper specifications alone were judge and jury...

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    Acer AL2416Ws review

    Acer AL2416Ws review

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    A false economy made manifest in plastic and TFT LCD - we hereby give you Acer's AL2416Ws

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    Viewsonic VP2330Wb review

    Viewsonic VP2330Wb review

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    Give it up for this month's dark horse contender. This monitor has slipped onto the market with little to no fanfare as a replacement for the VP231Wb, and in many ways it's a dead ringer for its progenitor

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