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Solarism LM-1711 17 Solarism LM-1711 17" LCD Monitor
Sun, December 22 2002 | 1:43AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"One of the key features I would like to touch on here is the level of brightness on this monitor. Solarism rates this display at 600cd/m2 (candela per square meter). This is leaps above the standard 200 - 250cd/m2 that you will find on most other LCD. So what does this mean for you? Well, over time the brightness level of an LCD monitor will slowly decrease. So in a few years, a standard LCD monitor could possibly have dropped to a brightness level which you are not comfortable with. However, with Solarism's ABT (Advanced Brightness Technology), this problem would not affect you for many years to come."
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