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Honeywell ARIUS 22 Honeywell ARIUS 22" LCD Monitor
Mon, April 07 2008 | 5:30PM | PermaLink Feedback?
" The HWLM2216 is a 22" LCD monitor that uses standard cathode type backlighting. I'm sure we will see an update sooner or later that will include LED lighting instead, but a regular cathode is tried and true technology. They last long enough that you will be buying a new monitor rather than replacing a backlight. Since it is a 22", the resolution is 1680x1050 which is the standard 16x10 resolution found on computer monitors. This resolution is big enough to contain a great deal of information and keep the readability. The top of the monitor also contains the discreet 1.3MP webcam. This is probably the reason that the monitor contains 3 USB ports instead of the more traditional four. The microphone is located on the bottom right. "
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