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KDS Rad-9 19 KDS Rad-9 19" LCD Monitor
Mon, July 08 2002 | 2:51AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"A few years ago LCD’s were a novelty, due to their high prices and poor picture quality. Today LCD’s are not only affordable, but the picture quality is progressing to the standards of a lower end CRT. The obvious reason for the surge of LCD monitors being purchased is due to their space saving design, and elegant designs. For many of us, desktop space is very valuable and a CRT which takes up a third of the desk just isn’t practical. Not only are LCD’s smaller, but the obvious upshot from that is that they weigh a fraction of a CRT. For example, a few months ago I was using a very high end CRT, the 19” (18” viewable) Sony GDM-F400, with an aperture grille pitch of .22mm. Needless to say the picture quality was outstanding, but the 61 lb. weight was not."
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