This Iiyama is one of a new batch of 27-inch panels that directly addresses two of the worst shortcomings of previous models.
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.
DVI ports are now standard issue even on cheapo screens, while HDMI sockets are popping up with increasing regularity.
With a simple, matte-black design, standard front-mounted menu buttons and a square plastic stand, the E2003WS is a business-like monitor that appears to be targeting the price-conscious end of the market. Indeed, like the Philips, this is something of a low-frills affair.
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