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SyncMaster 151MP LCD Display - SyncMaster 151MP LCD Display
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So what is it like to have the TVR Tuscan of TFT LCD displays? Well, let’s start from the beginning, shall we? The #1 big difference you'll notice when you pick one up from your local retailer is that the box is moderately small. If you've ever bought a 21" CRT display at home or work, you'll come to experience just how bloody huge their boxes can be. With TFT LCD displays, it's pretty much a 'flat-pack' box. As a matter of fact, when I bought my 17" LCD for my G4-Mac, it had a nylon handle on the side of the box. It's like purchasing a laptop - small box, big bucks. That's the second thing that will stand out with an LCD Display purchase; the exorbitant sticker price.
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