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Mar 31, 2006

Specs Vs. Real world testing of 20" widescreen monitors

bit-tech.net | 20" widescreen monitor group testBeing an Engineer, specs always seem to matter. The folks over at Bit-tech.net added a little real world testing to their evaluations.Its interesting to read what they considered real world and what they liked.It would have been nice to see, a little note that said something like. "on paper this monitor should be the best... But we liked x-monitor because...".Being an engineer this could even be good information to consider when designing the next big thing.Specs vs. Real world...Hmm

custom

Mar 23, 2006

Corning's new LCD glass

It looks like Corning has made a great advance in getting the LCD manufacturing process a little more green. They've replaced all of the heavy metals that are used in the manufacture of the LCD display panels. Their new Eagle XG product looks like a real advance for the industry as a whole.Corning's press release was posted to a number of blogs and other web sites:Photonics TodayCIO MagazineA to Z of Materials-Dr. D.

Guru

Mar 20, 2006

What's in *your* Monitor?

Over at Slashdot, they linked to a great little 7 page primer on what makes up CRT and LCD displays. Get the low down on AMLCD (Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Displays) and find out what TFT really means.How CRT and LCD Monitors Work-Dr. D.

Guru

Mar 07, 2006

A glowing review of our new products

The fine folks over at CRN magazine recently noted: Planar Systems does displays right. Not only do they have more than 20 years of display expertise and experience, but they understand the target market and customer applications, as well as trends from the supply side. Recently, the company released a new line of LCD monitors, which will be available with a QuadStand base for resistance-free height, tilt, swivel and pivot adjustments. The new line of monitors offers versatile viewing angles and more than five inches of height adjustment so business professionals can easily configure the position of the monitors for ideal viewing. Man, that sure was More…