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  1. Samsung SM244T review

    Samsung SM244T review

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    Oh so close. And yet oh so far. There's an awful lot to like about this 24-inch Samsung display. But serious input lag lets it down

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    Flatron L1932P review

    Flatron L1932P review

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    LG has always been a respected supplier of premium monitors, aiming to deliver a high specification rather than a rock-bottom price. It continues to target this market with the L1932P, a 19-inch display with a top resolution of 1,280 by 1,024.

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    Sony VPL-CX61 review

    Sony VPL-CX61 review

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    Sony is perhaps better known for its range of consumer projectors, but increasingly it is bringing the same design aesthetic to its business range. The VPL-CX61 isn't so much a mobile unit as an office choice, largely due to its 3.7kg weight.

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    BenQ CP220 review

    BenQ CP220 review

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    BenQ has steadily been expanding its portable data projector line of late and while the 1.8kg weight of the CP220 (£680 inc. VAT) isn't exactly ultraportable, it's a compact and tidy box that comes with its own carry case

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    Acer PH730 review

    Acer PH730 review

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    To date, affordable HD Ready DLP projectors have been few and far between. But now we're starting to see one or two models breaking the critical, LCD-rivalling £1,500 price barrier.

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    ViewSonic VP2130b's review

    ViewSonic VP2130b's review

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    While TV screens have been expanding in size to the point where youcould almost measure their area in acres, LCD monitors have maintaineda relatively static size of 17 or 19 inches on the diagonal

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    Sony SDM-E76D review

    Sony SDM-E76D review

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    The SDM-E76D is a multipurpose monitor that's about to go on sale in the UK. Straight out of the box it looks like the perfect companion to the new black 13.3-inch Apple MacBook. The screen's plain...

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    Sony VPL-HS60 review

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    At it's rather high price point, Sony's VPL-HS60 has several points to prove: is it really better than its cheaper LCD rivals, and is it at least as good as the same-price InFocus IN76? The HS60 isn't particularly attractive

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    BenQ FP91V review

    BenQ FP91V review

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    A year or two ago, BenQ was renowned as a manufacturer of blandlookingbut worthy kit. These days, it rivals Sony as a purveyor of desirableproducts. So, it's no surprise the FP91V has much in common with Sony'sSDM-HS95P

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    AG Neovo M-19 review

    AG Neovo M-19 review

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    This 19-inch LCD is typical of AG Neovo's dare-to-bedifferent approachto design. Whether you like it or not is a matter of personal taste,though the general consensus from a straw poll of passers-by...

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    ViewSonic VX924 review

    ViewSonic VX924 review

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    Flat-panel monitors are sharper, brighter and more efficient than anycreaky old CRT. But there's one area where CRTs retain a largeadvantage: pixel response. That's until now.

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    Shuttle XP17 TempAG V2 review

    Shuttle XP17 TempAG V2 review

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    More famed for its small form factor PCs, Shuttle is a company thathasn't been on the radar of most Mac enthusiasts. But its displaysshould be, as the company often gets surprisingly close to somethingcalled 'style'.

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    Optoma H27 review

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    Here is another entry-level projector,based apparently on a low-cost highly portable business chassis, and not dissimilar in concept to the BenQ PE5120.It has a comparable resolving power from a Texas Instruments DC2 ...

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    BenQ PE5120 review

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    The ultra compact, lightweight BenQ PE5120 is a true widescreen (16:9) projector and uses the WVGA (854 x 480) standard DLP processor, which is a fairly basic chip of its type, though at least you're not throwing part of its resolving power away ...

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    Relisys TL995 review

    Relisys TL995 review

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    The Relisys TL995 is only just more than half the price of the most expensive models in its class. Better still while it's £20 cheaper than the Philips on test, it features built-in speakers and dual analogue and digital video inputs

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    Philips 190S5FS review

    Philips 190S5FS review

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    The Philips 190S5FS has surprisingly good picture quality but first,the bad news. As you'd expect in such a cutthroat market, you have tocut a few corners if you want to be cheaper than everybody else

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    LG L1980U review

    LG L1980U review

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    LG's new L1980U not only bills itself as 'the slimmest LCD in the world' but it's immaculately turned out, with a chromed ring of a stand and lustrous black bezel.

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    CTX Pg72L review

    CTX Pg72L review

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    The P972L is something of a pleasant surprise. The styling of the panel is quite tasty but things are even better when you reach the not-so-soft underbelly of the monitor.

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    BenQ FP937s review

    BenQ FP937s review

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    Notorious for its avant-garde monitor designs, BenQ has adopted a more business-like approach for the FP937s. Pure and simple in its appearance, this screen is almost dull by comparison

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    Sony SDM-HS94PB review

    Sony SDM-HS94PB review

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    Simply stunning, the new 19in SDM-HS94PB makes use of Sony's newX-Black display technology, which aims to improve clarity and contrast while widening viewing angles. The monitor more than lives up to Sony'sclaims.

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    Sharp LL-191A review

    Sharp LL-191A review

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    The Sharp LL-191A has been out a few months now and, while it was very aggressively priced when it was launched, the street price has hardly dropped at all since then, making it quite pricey compared with the competition.

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    InFocus Screenplay 7205 review

    InFocus Screenplay 7205 review

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    InFocus'recent decision to slice around a third off the price of its hugely acclaimed Screenplay 7205 is one of the most aggressive cuts we've seen in a long time.But does it instantly make the 7205 the bargain of the year...

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    Sharp XV-Z2000 review

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    Sharp's latest video projector combines the best of compact DLP portables with more heavyweight home cinema items. It keeps the image contrast that comes with the DLP format but includes high brightness modes

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    Sharp XV-Z2000 review

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    The quality of budget projectors has come on leaps and bounds in recent months. Which is great news for you and me, but frankly a bit of pain for manufacturers trying to offer something more salubrious to anyone with both the necessary...

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    InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 review

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    InFocus' new three-chip DLP ScreenPlay 777 is aimed at semi-pro users and will set you back a cool £20,000. But read on, for the company has poured a number of the 777's luxury features into a more reasonably priced alternative - the 4805

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