This Iiyama is one of a new batch of 27-inch panels that directly addresses two of the worst shortcomings of previous models.
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Teeth sucking and copious sighing, that's pretty much the drill whenever stereoscopic 3D technology is mentioned round here.
Time to fire up the new Iiyama T2451MTS, a 24-inch, Full-HD touch-enabled widescreen monitor to find out if touch is the next big thing for the desktop.
At 27-inches, the Iiyama Prolite B2712HDS is great for media playback and games alike
Not long ago, a 24-inch full-HD monitor for £180 would have been a conspicuous bargain. The new Iiyama ProLite E2472HD hits both targets and adds an LED backlight for good measure.
When it comes to sheer visual drama, there's no substitute for square inches – you need a really large display such as the Iiyama E2710HDS. What you do not need, however, is a banker's bonus to afford one. 27 inches of flat panel is now available for under £250.
When it comes to screens, bigger isn't always better. At least, that's the hope for the new Iiyama E2271HDS. By most metrics, it looks thoroughly competitive with the £150 monitor brigade. But at just 22 inches in overall screen girth, it's a little short on stature.