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  1. Hanns-G HW191D-SB-F review

    Hanns-G HW191D-SB-F review

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    Hanns-G HW191D-SB-F review: So we'd all kill for a 30 inch, 2560 x 1600 monster panel, that's a given. But for those with less lavish means - not to mention less glamorous graphics cards - such resolutions are nigh-on impossible to attain

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    ViewSonic VX2435wm review

    ViewSonic VX2435wm review

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    Get a typical 20in widescreen monitor and you'll probably be disappointed with the lack of display height. The answer is to upgrade to a 24in widescreen model and, along with a wonderfully wide panel, you'll get about an inch more in height.

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    Acer AL2623W review

    Acer AL2623W review

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    Compared with the new ViewSonic VX2435wm, the Acer looks like a bit of a poor relation, despite costing a few extra pounds. For starters, the grey plastic finish looks a little dull and uninspiring.

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    Philips 190CW review

    Philips 190CW review

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    If you have an ultraportable laptop with a small panel or simply want to have a more conveniently placed display, it pays to opt for a TFT monitor. The Philips 190CW is a 19-inch widescreen display that comes with a native resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels

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    BenQ FP93VW review

    BenQ FP93VW review

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    There are two things about this monitor that grabbed our attention. Firstly, its looks: we can't think of a better-looking budget monitor to accompany a Mac mini or white MacBook

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    Viewsonic PJ358 review

    Viewsonic PJ358 review

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    Last month we turned our attention to a pair of portable projectors, and declared one of them 'eminently luggable'. While we would still be happy to sling that model around our necks, we'd be far more inclined to take this one on the road.

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    LG M1917A review

    LG M1917A review

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    The M1917A is by no means the first monitor/TV combo we've seen. Plenty of similar devices have gone through the PC Plus labs in the past, but there is something about this product that really makes it stand out.

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    Viewsonic VX2245WM review

    Viewsonic VX2245WM review

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    We've seen iPod alarm clocks, armbands and hi-fis with docks, but this is the first LCD product that boasts integration with the Apple player's video capabilities. Promises, promises

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    HP LP3065 review

    HP LP3065 review

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    When Dell's 3007WFP was the only affordable 30-inch monitor on themarket, it was tempting to forgive the big, beautiful beast its many and manifest faults. However, as a member of the new generation of 30-inchers life is going to be tougher for this HP

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    Eizo Flexscan S2410W review

    Eizo Flexscan S2410W review

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    At first glance, this Eizo 24-inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel widescreen monitor is a bit of a muddle. Despite being aimed at the professional image editing market, it packs a Samsung-manufactured PVA-type LCD screen

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    Dell 3007WFP review

    Dell 3007WFP review

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    Hard to believe it's already over 12 months since Dell wheeled out the first monster 30-inch monitor for the masses. In the intervening period, the 3007WFP's asking price has slowly edged downwards

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    Belinea 2225S1W review

    Belinea 2225S1W review

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    Just over two hundred earth pounds for a 22-inch widescreen monitor looks like staggering value for money, in theory. But has Belinea cut any corners in practice with this monitor? In a word, yes

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    Asus PW201 review

    Asus PW201 review

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    Snazzy styling, great build quality and more features than you can shake a DVI cable at. It's all academic, frankly, if a monitor sports a poor LCD panel. So it goes, sadly, for this striking Asus 20-inch widescreen display

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    Optoma DX733 review

    Optoma DX733 review

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    If the Optoma DX733 was judged on looks and styling alone it would be a hands-down winner. The casing is two-tone silver with a curved bulge to accommodate the lens housing, while the control buttons are neatly and logically laid out

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    InFocus IN26 Plus review

    InFocus IN26 Plus review

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    The InFocus IN26 plus is an amended version of the IN26 which has the brightness rating boosted from 1700 to 2200 ANSI lumens.The styling is very boxy, with a flat top that has the 12 control buttons set into the surface

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    BenQ MP611 review

    BenQ MP611 review

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    The BenQ MP611 stands out in a number of respects. For one thing, it is dark blue in colour, which is certainly unusual, and the nine metal control buttons look stylish and smart

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    Viewsonic VX2245WM review

    Viewsonic VX2245WM review

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    It's one thing paying a premium price for an Apple product. But are you ready to take it one step further and pay extra for a monitor with integrated iPod support? That's what Viewsonic is betting on with this

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    Samsung Syncmaster 244T review

    Samsung Syncmaster 244T review

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    Lag. It's a small word. But it's a big problem for this otherwise rather awesome 24-inch monitor. It's utterly baffling that a company like Samsung considers the 50ms of input lag this display suffers from to be acceptable

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    NEC Multisync 20WGX2 review

    NEC Multisync 20WGX2 review

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    Are glossy screen surfaces a dying fad? 18 months ago, glossy panels were popping up all over the shop. Today, this NEC example is one of only two glossy monitors that has really caught our eyes

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    Acer XD1280D review

    Acer XD1280D review

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    The Acer is a chunky projector that is based around a bright DLP chip that works well even in a sunny room. It's got a row of connections that give a choice of DVI, VGA, S-Video and composite, plus an audio connection, USB for the mouse and a VGA output

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    Optoma Themescene D73 review

    Optoma Themescene D73 review

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    Apparently, sub-£2k DarkChip3 DLP projectors are like buses: you wait a lifetime for one, then two come along at once. What's more, this new Optoma is a whole £400 cheaper than its DarkChip3 rival the InFocus IN78

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    Sony VPL-EX3 review

    Sony VPL-EX3 review

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    What exactly is Sony doing so right? There have been some hardware misses, of course - we shudder whenever we think of its painful DRM-ridden MP3 players - but this projector is a sign of everything that is right with the electronics giant

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    Panasonic PT-AX100 review

    Panasonic PT-AX100 review

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    The AX100 is fairly large by budget projector standards, but is still reasonably easy on the eye thanks to a fetching white finish. Connectivity is functional. That's to say, you get solitary examples of the key HDMI, component and VGA PC inputs

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    ViewSonic VG2021wm review

    ViewSonic VG2021wm review

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    Widescreen monitors aren't just for the exciting things in life, such as watching films on. Multi-tasking with office programs becomes almost a joy, as you flit between spreadsheets, word processor documents and more besides

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    Optoma EP770 review

    Optoma EP770 review

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    Optoma is an increasingly popular brand, both with business and schools, as it offers a wide range of affordable DLP machines. The Optoma EP770 is a replacement for the older EP739 and is aimed at meeting rooms and classrooms

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