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  1. 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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    LG L1900R review

    LG L1900R review

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    This isn't your average monitor, being designed with flair and a keen eye for style. For instance, you don't slot any cable directly into the display. You'll find a neat extension cord that accepts the power supply and a single DVI-out cable

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    Optoma ThemeScene HD73 review

    Optoma ThemeScene HD73 review

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    Not all DLP systems are created equally, as their creator, Texas Instruments, is forever tinkering with its technology and coming up with improved chipsets. So it's no shock that projectors vary according to their generation and specification

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    Samsung Syncmaster 931C review

    Samsung Syncmaster 931C review

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    So what's the deal with a 19-incher that costs as much as this? Your extra money may not buy you a glowing ring of lights such as with the LG Flatron Fantasy Ring, but you do get Samsung's new cold-cathode flourescent backlight...

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    LG Flatron L1900R Fantasy Ring review

    LG Flatron L1900R Fantasy Ring review

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    Look - it's endemic of the environment we work in that we can't review something with the words 'fantasy' and 'ring' in the title without sniggering. Despite the chucklesome name, the LG L1900R is a handsome panel

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    HP LP3065 review

    HP LP3065 review

    8  

    From the moment you switch this monitor on, its colour performance is impressive. This can be attributed to HP's new generation of panels designed with improved colour performance in mind

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    BenQ FP222Wa review

    BenQ FP222Wa review

    8  

    As a 1680 x 1050 22-inch display, the FP222Wa widescreen monitor is well suited to home-users; especially so when taking the 5ms response time into consideration. The flexible viewing angle means it's great for movies

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    BenQ FP241WZ review

    BenQ FP241WZ review

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    The next generation of LCD monitors are improving things immeasurably, at least in a visual context. BenQ's 24-inch offering has been heavily delayed, but the final release model proves that the humble LCD still has a whole lot of development left

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    Hewlett Packard LP3065 review

    Hewlett Packard LP3065 review

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    Spring is on the way, but it's still a mite chilly in the office. Thankfully, I'm sitting here writing this review on a beast of a monitor that's radiating enough heat to give me a tan. And it's beautiful

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    Hewlett Packard LP3065 review

    Hewlett Packard LP3065 review

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    Spring is on the way, but it's still a mite chilly in the office. Thankfully, I'm sitting here writing this review on a beast of a monitor that's radiating enough heat to give me a tan. And it's beautiful...

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    Philips 190P7 review

    Philips 190P7 review

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    As a brand known for its multimedia, you would expect something special from Philips. Therefore, you would be forgiven for thinking the Philips 190P7 was a bit old-fashioned in appearance, as it only measures 19 inches and has a resolution of 1280 x 1024

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    LG L204WT review

    LG L204WT review

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    When it comes to variety, LG produces a wide range of panels in different sizes and is one of the leading makers of screens destined for use on laptops from all of the major manufacturers. So it knows a thing or two about screens

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    Apple 20-inch Cinema review

    Apple 20-inch Cinema review

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    As you would expect from Apple, its displays are as stylish as they are multimedia-centric and come in a range of different sizes. Apple has given its 20-inch Cinema display a minor update with the brightness lifted from 250 nits to 300 nits

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    Viewsonic VG2021WM review

    Viewsonic VG2021WM review

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    Viewsonic's VG2021WM makes no attempt to appear sleek and slender and instead takes the function-over-form approach.The 20.1-inch screen is fairly large, but the lower bezel that houses a pair of rather weak two-watt speakers is fully 90mm tall

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    Samsung SM932B review

    Samsung SM932B review

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    Most TFTs look rather like a rectangular box that is mounted on a stick, not so with the Samsung SM932B. This is rather curvier and more fashion-conscious than that. It stands on an oval base and the shiny curved housing vaguely resembles a large iPod

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    Samsung SyncMaster 960BF review

    Samsung SyncMaster 960BF review

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    You'd be hard pushed to find an area of computing that hasn't been influenced by Apple's design. Samsung's latest monitor is no exception, but there's a lot more to it than a whiter shade of pale.

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    Ilyama E2200WS-B review

    Ilyama E2200WS-B review

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    This screen isnt the best showing from Iiyama. The E2200WS-B is de?nitely a panel for those with price concerns - after all, £290 for a 22-inch monitor seems like pretty good going. Then, when you plug it in and get going, youll see what your moneys actually been spent on.

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    BenQ FP91R review

    BenQ FP91R review

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    Spending the best part of £900 on a 19-inch 1280 x 1024 resolution monitor may seem like insanity, but for colour professionals there's a method to the madness. If you need spot-on colour, a conventional budget monitor will never provide it

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    ViewSonic 19-inch ViewDock LCD review

    ViewSonic 19-inch ViewDock LCD review

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    Multimedia displays with speakers and loads of connection ports tend tocarry either ridiculous premiums or gimmicky features, and generallyfail to impress. Thankfully, the ViewDock does a bit better for itself.

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