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Directron 21 Directron 21" FD Trinitron Monitor
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The P1130 uses Sony's FD Trinitron picture tube. Normal tubes are spherical cutouts; they're rounded both vertically and horizontally. This causes the worst glare and can be difficult to watch at times. Then there's the decade-old Trinitron. This first incarnation was based on a cylindrical cutout. That is, it was flat vertically but rounded sideways. The latest and greatest is FD (Flat Display) Trinitron, with a perfectly flat tube. Other companies have their methods. Samsung uses DynaFlat, Viewsonic uses SonicTron, Mitsubishi uses DiamondTron, the list goes on.
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