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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 22, 2007


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    February 5, 2004

    Any LCD monitor takes less space on your desk than a conventional CRT, but the two newest flat panels from Sharp Systems of America don't just sit there -- they offer extra flexibility, with pushbutton switching between a lower-brightness, power-saving "office mode," a "vivid mode" for photorealistic imaging, and an SRGB-compliant "standard mode" for color matching. Both monitors are 17-inch, 1,280 by 1,024-resolution LCDs with built-in stereo speakers, contrast ratios of 430:1, and 250 nits of brightness. The LL-171A ($479) has an analog RGB input and 20ms response time; the LL-T17D4 ($499) has both analog and DVI-I connectors and a swing-top design for height and tilt adjustment. Each is available with either a black or white case.

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