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  1. Viewsonic VX2255wmb review

    Viewsonic VX2255wmb review

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    The Viewsonic VX2255wmb is a 22-inch display with a 1680 x 1050-pixel resolution and a choice of VGA and DVI-D inputs. The 1.3-Megapixel webcam in the top bezel is similar to those found in some of its rivals, but after some hunting around we found a feature that makes the Viewsonic stand out.

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    Hyundai W241D review

    Hyundai W241D review

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    Do not let the brand put you off, the Hyundai W241D is an extremely polished and technically accomplished unit. Its key feature is an up-to-the-second S-PVA panel. The scuttlebutt suggests it is the very same Samsung produced panel as found in a number of premium 24-inchers, including Samsung's own 245T model, naturally enough.

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    Samsung SM226CW review

    Samsung SM226CW review

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    The Samsung SM226CW got off to a good start as soon as it came out of the box as it looks great. The shiny black bezel contrasts with the matt-silver strip running across the bottom of the display and the aluminium power button looks very smart.

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    BenQ X2000W review

    BenQ X2000W review

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    The BenQ X2000W should be in the shops by the time you read this review, as our sample was the first in the country. It measures in at 20 inches and you get a resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels. We weren't enthused by the basic and ugly base that snaps on to the X2000W, but the rest of the cosmetics are a great success.

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    Acer P1265 review

    Acer P1265 review

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    The Acer P1265 is a smart DLP projector that has a black casing with some neat styling details that lift it above the average

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    Viewsonic PJ758 review

    Viewsonic PJ758 review

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    Viewsonic sent us its PJ758, which is typically the sort of data projector that you install in a meeting room or lecture hall, as it is rather too large and heavy to carry around. The 3.5kg chassis is large, but it also manages to host the widest array of ports of any machine here.

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    Optoma EP7155 review

    Optoma EP7155 review

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    This data projector comes in a tiny box and is a very light 1.4kg. It's so small the tiny carry case has a compartment for the cables that is almost as big as the section for the projector itself.

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    InFocus Work Big IN24+ review

    InFocus Work Big IN24+ review

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    If you're looking for a real budget-priced data projector, the InFocus Work Big IN24+ (£310 inc. VAT) has to be the perfect machine for you. It's incredibly cheap, so you won't be surprised to learn that InFocus has cut a few corners, starting with the SVGA resolution.

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    Hitachi CP-RX70 review

    Hitachi CP-RX70 review

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    Hitachi has put a low price on the CP-RX70 and in return you get a package that is minimalist in the extreme

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    LG Flatron L226WTQ review

    LG Flatron L226WTQ review

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    Owning a laptop frees you from having a large monitor permanently on display in your living room or home office. However, if you have a machine with a small screen, or simply like to have extra space when working at a desk, adding something like the LG Flatron L226WTQ (£210 inc. VAT) can often be appealing.

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    Chimei CMV-223D review

    Chimei CMV-223D review

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    Our spirits dropped a notch or two on our excite-o-meter when we unpacked this 22-inch widescreen monitor. But Chimei has a few tricks up its sleeve to ensure that the 223D isn't just another run-of-the-mill widescreen affair.

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    AG Neovo E-W22 review

    AG Neovo E-W22 review

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    The saving grace of this new widescreen 22-inch monitor is the picture quality, but there are problems with positioning the monitor that reduce its viability.

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    Zalman Trimon ZM-M220W review

    Zalman Trimon ZM-M220W review

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    True 3D in your home, on your PC; what kind of fresh madness is this? We've got our greasy paws on Zalman's 3D monitor (mussing up the shiny display with mucky fingerprints and sophomoric drool); a technology that promises enhanced 3D gaming and mind-blowing video.

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    InFocus IN10 review

    InFocus IN10 review

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    The design of data projectors hasn't changed in recent times and the InFocus IN10 (£800 inc. VAT) sports a similar design to the machine it's replacing. However, what has changed are its internal controllers and the overall picture quality

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    Samsung XL20 review

    Samsung XL20 review

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    At £800, the XL20 is the best value LED currently available, and while Samsung has opted for an AU-Optronics A-MVA 20in panel instead of its own, the build quality, chassis and matte screen are to Samsung's customary high standard

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    HANNS-G 19-inch NW191DP review

    HANNS-G 19-inch NW191DP review

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    There appears to be more manufacturers of monitors than of any other piece of computer hardware. Buy a PC today and you're likely to get it bundled with a screen from a company you've never heard of.

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    Iiyama B2403WS review

    Iiyama B2403WS review

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    Despite its low price tag, Iiyama's Prolite B2403WS does not mean compromising on quality. Like other 24in screens, its native resolution is full WUXGA (1,920x1,200). This is more than capable of displaying full 1080p HD video in widescreen

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    LG L245W review

    LG L245W review

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    At both ends of the price scale, monitors are getting bigger. It's tricky to find screens smaller than 17in being offered on the high street, while prices continue to tumble. This is a good thing

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    Gateway FPD 2485W-EU review

    Gateway FPD 2485W-EU review

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    You've heard our mantra: don't skimp on your monitor. You can often get away with a budget chassis or PSU. But choose the wrong panel, and you'll regret it for time out of mind.

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    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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