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61. Sony CPD-E440 19" FD Trinitron
list($899.99)
62. Sony SDM-X82/B Flat Panel 18"
list($449.99)
63. Sony SDM-HS53/H 15" LCD Flat Panel
list($499.99)
64. Sony StylePro HMD-A400/L 19" CRT
list($799.99)
65. Sony CPD-G500 21" FD Trinitron
Too low to display $249.88 list($449.99)
66. Sony SDM-HS53/W 15" Flat Panel
list($799.99)
67. Sony CPD-G520P FD Trinitron 21"
list($399.99)
68. Sony CPD-G410R 19" FD Trinitron
list($1,099.99)
69. Sony SDM-M81 18" LCD Monitor
Too low to display list($549.99)
70. Sony X-Brite SDM-HS74P/S 17" LCD
Too low to display $549.99 list($899.99)
71. Sony SDM-HS93/W Flat Panel 19"
list($549.99)
72. Sony CPD-G400 19" CRT Monitor
list($599.99)
73. Sony CPD-E540/B FD Trinitron 21"
74. Sony SDM-S81R 18" LCD Monitor
list($599.99)
75. Sony CPD-E540 21" FD Trinitron
list($249.99)
76. Sony HMD-A240R 17" Multiscan CRT
list($1,199.99)
77. Sony SDM-P82/B 18" LCD Monitor
list($899.99)
78. Sony SDM-X82 Flat Panel 18" LCD
79. Sony SDM-S71R 17" LCD Monitor
list($329.99)
80. Sony CPD-G220R/L 17" FD Trinitron

61. Sony CPD-E440 19" FD Trinitron CRT Monitor
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00006IS4G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

The STYLEPRO Series 19 FD Trinitron CRT computer display is an affordable choice for spreadsheets and graphics. The visually flat screen with aperture grille technology delivers superior image quality. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible
  • 19-inch visually flat CRT monitor
  • Up to 1,600 x 1,200 resolution
  • 0.24 mm dot pitch
  • HiDensity electron gun for superior corner focusing

62. Sony SDM-X82/B Flat Panel 18" LCD Monitor
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00006HYC6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 40809
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Product Description

Sony's DeluxePro 18 Flat Panel LCD delivers sophistication and vivid images. Maximize video performance with digital input, automatic image adjustments and super bright panel. The X82/B provides the perfect combination of form and function with sophisticated dual pivot stand, integrated power supply and eco energy saving mode adding efficiency and style to the home or office. ... Read more

Features

  • Large 18.1-inch viewable screen; slim, stylish design
  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.2805 mm dot pitch
  • Digital and analog inputs
  • Automatic image adjustment technology
  • Built-in stereo speakers and amplifier

63. Sony SDM-HS53/H 15" LCD Flat Panel Monitor (Gray)
by Sony
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B000092ZLE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 21025
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The innovative floating frame design of Sony's SDM-HS53 flat panel LCD adds a curvy touch of sleek modernism to your desktop--but it's more than just another pretty face. With a native resolution of 1,024 x 768 0.297 mm dot pitch, and a fast 30 ms response time, the images on this 15-inch screen are crisp and responsive whether you're working, playing games, or surfing the Internet. Clear analog transmission and simple plug-and-play connectivity will have you up and running in no time. Sony provides a generous three-year warranty, covering parts, labor and backlight.

What's in the Box
Monitor, AC power cord, sord strap, PC/Mac utility CD ROM + user's manual, HD15 video cable, limited warranty card, quick setup guide ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.297 mm dot pitch, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Fast 30 ms response time
  • Modern styling, attractive case
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice little monitor
This display is great. Wanting a small LCD to use alongside my 18" model, I compared every monitor under 16" in several large stores (I even considered the cute and low-priced 14" Mag, but its image, color, and viewing angle are mediocre or worse). The Sony SDM-HS53 seemed clearly best (my target use is desktop applications including document and web design).

This was strongly confirmed at home. Using this Amazon page as a test image on my 18" NEC Multisync (which I quite like), I zoomed out on the HTML image so that the font size was just below a legible size. I then viewed the same image on the 15" Sony. The type was of course noticably smaller (physically, not in pixle dimensions), but it was also noticably more legible from the same distance. Impressive.

The Sony also had a warrentee period at LEAST three times longer than any other model I saw.

Though a minor issue, I'm not a great fan of the slightly silly swooping style of the support base, but unless you look at the monitor from below the middle of the screen (almost in the plane of the base plate) you scarcely notice it. It seemed more prominent in stores when displayed on a counter or shelf at standing eye level, and it's fine at desk height at home. The unenlarged image on the Amazon pages gets the home look about right. If you enlarge it you can see the sillier appearance when viewed from a low angle. Boy, this is really picky (and besides, other people may love the look).

One other reviewer here strangely complains about a warm screen. Well, as with any LCD, some FRACTION of the 25 watts max power consumption will show up as warmth, but who buys an LCD monitor as a pillow (or pokes the screen to enhance smudges)? As to the "radiation" concern of another reviewer, this seems to involve both confusion with CRT displays and a lively imagination. HARMFUL radiation is a non-issue with LCDs. VISIBLE radiation is what displaying an image is all about.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a Good Choice
I bought this monitor about a month ago. This was to be used in a multiple station office setup. I wouldnt recommend this monitor to any one that wants a quality monitor. First, lets talk about refresh rates. At 30 m/s its slow for such an overpriced monitor. Also the setup controls make it difficult to tweak. Also image quality isnt spectacular, they tend to be blotchy and you miss much detail. I have also noticed that the reflective black trim is made out of low quality materials and tends to collect more finger prints than the local police station. The screen also tends to get warmer that it should. And finally the the power supply tends to make a humming noise (its a standard in all of them, I own 5. One for each of my office workstations). To sum it all up, its a too expensive to be worthy of buying and you are simply paying is the Sony name. There are many monitors out there that are worthy of buying at lower prices and better warranty's. Also, the warranty doesnt cover less than 8 burnt pixels. Sony says that less than eight burnt pixels is considered normal wear and tear. I hope this helps!

1-0 out of 5 stars modern but high radiation output
This is a very modern LCD monitor. It works well. But one thing i dont like is that it must produce A LOT of radiation, because every time ive used it i have felt sick afterwards. Ive also felt like the skin on my face, and tops of arms and hands are slightly burnt after using the monitor. The fact that the monitor is making me sick, is causing me to look for another monitor now. Preferably one with less radiation output. Ive noticed a decrease in my health since using the monitor. This may not be the case for all people, but it is for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mix of quality and style
I recently picked up this LCD display because my old moniter was seeing the last of its days. i looked at a lot of displays, and i ended up with this one because it was affordable. i was pleasantly suprised at the quality of this product, and it looks really cool. if you are looking at a new moniter this is most likely the one for you!

5-0 out of 5 stars Replaced 17" Princeton CRT
..... This flat panel is plug and play ; disconnected my old 17" Princeton CRT and connected the Sony in about 15 min. The panel is very light and certainly takes up a lot less desk space. I read the 7/24/03 review on cnet.com where the editor writes a goofy analysis ... "The Sony SDM-HS53 attempts to come off as slick and stylish, but it just ends up looking smudged. Its wide bezel--an inch and a half on the sides, an inch on the top and bottom--is made of shiny, black, reflective plastic that seems to serve no purpose other than to show off fingerprints on CNET"; then she writes ... "What the SDM-HS53 lacks in looks, it makes up for in performance". That's why I bought it. This is a new product, it was released by Sony on 2/3/03. ... Read more


64. Sony StylePro HMD-A400/L 19" CRT Monitor
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00005AQ9R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 85275
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Sony HMD-A400L 19-inch CRT monitor produces high-performance images and innovative displays. This sleekly styled monitor offers advanced onscreen controls, enabling it to maximize its office options. The Multiscan A400L is ideal for home or office, offering a wide range of professional and entertainment possibilities.

The Multiscan A400L monitor offers a flat FD Trinitron CRT, featuring 18 inches of viewable screen, and a four-port USB hub. Antireflective glass ensures that the Sony A400L's high-resolution capabilities will always be viewed with vivid, crisp clarity. Designed with a high-contrast black coating, the A400L maintains image quality while reducing distracting glare and washout. The A400L highlights useful controls, including multifunctional buttons for brightness and contrast, DisplayMouse control, zoom, keystone, pincushion, color temperature, bass boost, and degauss.

With a low profile and flexible tilt function, you can adjust the viewing angle by up to 25 degrees to find the most comfortable viewing position. The display is offered in slate blue or silver to match the Sony VAIO PC cabinet. It arrives packaged with detachable tilt base, AC power cord, and USB cable.

The monitor is supported by a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • High-contrast black screen coating
  • Virtually flat high-resolution 18-inch viewable screen
  • Supports resolutions up to 1,600 x 1200 at 65 Hz
  • 4-port USB hub
  • Slate blue-and-silver design matches the Vaio PC

65. Sony CPD-G500 21" FD Trinitron Monitor
by Sony
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00005JTB9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 25958
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for corporate offices, the Sony CDP-G500 21-inch FD Trinitron monitor offers a large viewing area and advanced onscreen controls. The flat Trinitron CRT provides high image quality while reducing glare and washout.

The CDP-G500 has dual inputs for connecting two PCs, a 19.8 viewable screen area, and a DisplayMouse control. The many onscreen functions allow you to adjust horizontal/vertical size/position/convergence, zoom, keystone, pincushion, color temperature, bass boost, degauss, and more.

High-resolution capabilities in the Sony CDP-G500 ensure that your important data and images are precisely displayed in crisp focus and with vivid color, thanks to the 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch, a recommended resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 at a flicker-free 85 Hz, and an antireflective coating. The tilt function allows you to adjust the viewing angle for the most comfortable viewing position.

This substantial 70-pound monitor is delivered with cable and Mac adapter. The monitor parts, labor, and CRT are all backed by a three-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 2,048 x 1,536 resolution at 75 Hz, digital Multiscan technology
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch
  • HD15 and BNC connectors support multiple PC usage
  • 15 user adjustable settings
  • Includes HD15 cable and Mac adapter; 3-year warranty

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars beutiful monitor
I got one of these monitors at a computer show and have been impressed eversince. the monitor has a beutiful picture,DVD are so clear that you can see every hair on a persons head. Being able to display at 2048X1536 gives graphics proprams the chance to prove themselves. All in all this monitor is a good deal at any price.

5-0 out of 5 stars for a professional on a budget
This monitor offers superb quality image and color gamme. Also supports high resolution at tolerable refresh rates - I run mine 1600x1200 at 85. There are some minor annoyances, but even I, being almost as picky as it gets, just overlook 'em. I'm happy with my buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Monitor for SOHO users!!!
This monitor is absolutely amazing. The images are sharp and the text is very clear. Plus the monitor being flat is a plus also! Some monitors I've seen have a low refresh rate, but you won't have that problem with this monitor. I use it at 1600x1200 resolution and the refresh rate is 85 Hz. No flicker there :) The only minuses I can think of are the 2 very very faint horizontal lines in the screen but that cant be helped since its an aperature grill and that the monitor is big. But hey, if you're buying a 21" monitor, you'd expect it to be big right? Buy this monitor and you won't be disappointed. ... Read more


66. Sony SDM-HS53/W 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor (White)
by Sony
list price: $449.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000092ZLD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 7537
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Amazon.com Product Description

The innovative floating frame design of Sony's SDM-HS53 flat panel LCD adds a curvy touch of sleek modernism to your desktop--but it's more than just another pretty face. With a native resolution of 1,024 x 768, 0.297 mm dot pitch, and a fast 30 ms response time, the images on this 15-inch screen are crisp and responsive whether you're working, playing games, or surfing the Internet. Clear analog transmission and simple plug-and-play connectivity will have you up and running in no time. Sony provides a generous three-year warranty, covering parts, labor and backlight.

What's in the Box
Monitor, AC power cord, cord strap, PC/Mac Utility CD ROM + User's Manual, HD15 video cable, limited warranty card, Quick Setup Guide ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.297 mm dot pitch, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Fast 30 ms response time
  • Modern styling, attractive case
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

67. Sony CPD-G520P FD Trinitron 21" CRT Monitor
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B000066IX5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 70226
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Amazon.com Product Description

The G520's short-neck cathode-ray tube design squeezes an extensive 19.8-inch screen into a unit that's less than 19 inches deep, freeing up some much needed space in close work quarters. A tube that's 50 percent shorter than those in conventional CRTs places all 21 inches of the viewing area comfortably on any desktop.

Image clarity is maximized with a 0.24-millimeter aperture grille pitch, and Sony's Enhanced Elliptical Correction System automatically corrects picture deformation for sharper video. The G520's large screen area packs a palette of resolutions to adapt to a variety of video memory freedoms and constraints. A maximum resolution of 1,600 by 1,200 at 75 Hz can accommodate the most demanding video requirements of your applications, from DVD to CAD design.

Sony's GeoLock circuitry erects an impervious barrier between the CRT and any stray electromagnetic field, resulting in consistently stable, uniform image projection. Active Signal Correction eliminates the need to manually adjust the screen settings by instantly optimizing the basic picture controls for largest viewing area. All digital controls are still available, however, at the touch of the keypad below the screen.

The G520 is intended for Windows XP/NT/98 platform communication with PCs, but it's fully Macintosh compatible as well. Dual input control allows for simultaneous connection to two computers, including a Macintosh and PC at the same time. International Energy Star compliance ensures limited emissions and more efficient power consumption. ... Read more

Features

  • Stylish dark gray and metallic silver cabinet design
  • 21-inch CRT with visually flat screen, high resolution screen
  • Dual HD15 inputs provide fexibility and support for mulitple computer systems
  • Supports multiple resolutions up to 2,048 x 1,536
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch; Picture Effect technology

68. Sony CPD-G410R 19" FD Trinitron CRT Monitor
by Sony
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000066IX3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 33516
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for those business users who demand exceptional image qualitybut refuse to sacrifice value and reliability, Sony's CPD-G410R is a high-quality monitor that delivers remarkable graphics and bright, accurate colors. An impressive 1,800 x 1,440 dpi maximum resolution and maximum 120 Hz vertical frequency result in crisp, clean images for a wide variety of applications, while two front-panel buttons (menu button and control button) provide access to display parameters. Weighing around 56 pounds with a footprint of 17.8 inches x 18.1 inches, the G410R connects to PC systems via a 15-pin mini d-sub connector. Sony's HiDensity Electron Gun with Accurate Image Restoration technology ensures that the entire screen (even the corners) will be accurately focused, while an anti-reflective screen coating cuts down on glare and eyestrain.

The G410R complies with the world's strictest standards of low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management, all while reducing costs through automatic power-saving modes. Sony also offers a three-year limited warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 19-inch FD Trinitron CRT with visually flat screen
  • Digital Multiscan technology supports resolutions up to 1,800 x 1,440
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch deliveres great image quality
  • High-constrast black screen coating for superior contrast and grayscale performance
  • PC and Mac compatible; Mac adapter included

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Malfunctioned 3 Times Before Replacement
The Good ...
Picture & Colour

The Bad ...
Bad Support!!! (Really really bad)
On average malfunctions after 3 months.
Controls are awkward.
Cheap cable connection to video card.
Heavy

Mostly my complaints originate from when I first started dealing with Sony Canada Customer Support (or lack there of it). After my G410R malfunctioned for the third time Sony decided to replace the unit with a new one. They promised me I'd have a new unit by the end of December or early January. Now it's late January and I still haven't heard anything from Sony.

I've tried calling, e-mailing, and writing Sony, but have not received a phone call or mailing back. I received some e-mail response but it only suggested that I phone the support number (doing so I was put on hold for 30min. and then told nothing useful once I get through). A couple of times I was promised they'd call me back to let me know where my replacement monitor was but they never called!

In summary, don't buy a Sony! Nothing Sony! I personally used to love Sony products. Some of the Sony products I own include: an expensive Sony DSC, a Sony Home Entertainment System, a Sony Walkman, a Sony Discman, a Sony portable radio, a 2nd Sony Monitor, and a Sony speaker system. I was planing on buying a Sony portable MP3 player and a Sony Clie, but not anymore! Now they've lost a very loyal customer only because their support is so poor.

Good luck to you if you buy a Sony and you need support. I would suggest just steering clear of it and buy a monitor from a reputable manufacturer such as ViewSonic, Samsung, or NEC.

When I finally get my replacement monitor back from Sony, I'm planning on selling it on eBay and getting something new (obviously not from Sony).

4-0 out of 5 stars Own two of these
I bought one and about a month later I purchased another one to go along with my dual card. My observations are as follows:

Picture quality is very good, excellent color and brightness.

The first one purchased was manufactured in Dec 2001. Noticed that black text bleeds into the white, meaning that you can see a slight red shadow around the black text. The second one purchased was manufactured in March 2002. The shadow is less visable on this one. There are adjustments that can be made but I have not been able to eliminate it. My viewsonic G810 was worse though. Same problem when using a different computer and graphic card.

Monitors chirps when in power save mode. One manufactured in Dec 2001 is worse than the on in Manufactured in march 2002

Monitor is not perfectly flat. It does bend inward a little. No big deal

Light reflection off the monitor is almost no existant. Turning on a light near it does not affect ability to see the screen images. Big plus.

Good refresh rates even when set to higher resolutions.

You can work for hours and your eyes do not get tired because it is flat. Got headaches with Viewsonic G810.

Monitor is deep. Make sure you have room to accomodate.

Prefer have two 19" rather one 21". More screen real estate and with dual card you can view two documents without flipping through max an min of windows. ... Read more


69. Sony SDM-M81 18" LCD Monitor
by Sony
list price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B00005B4BP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 38603
Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Combining stylish looks and smooth technology, the Sony SMD-M81 flat-panelMonitor offers the ultimate in LCD function. With a maximum resolutionof 1,280 x 1,024, a refresh rate of 85 Hz, and a dot pitch of 0.28, yourimages will show consistent crispness and detail on a flicker-free screen.Over 16 million colors and a 300:1 contrast ratio guarantee vivid tones andclear color separation, while the antiglare hard coat provides a clearview even in sunny corner offices.

The base is easily adjustable for a variety of heights and angles, or youcan remove it entirely and mount the screen directly on the wall. Eitherway, 160-degree viewing angles promise pleasing results, while the built-inspeakers further minimize workspace clutter. Sony stands behind its monitorwith a three-year warranty covering parts, labor, and backlight. ... Read more

Features

  • 18.1-inch flat-panel LCD
  • Advanced Digital FlexRes technology
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Dual inputs for analog and digital (HD15/DVI-I)
  • Zero Footprint Design

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Performer
Have had this monitor for about a month now. For the first week it was fed an analog signal via a Diamond v770 graphics card and images were very good but some text was slightly smeared/faded. Color was excellent as was contrast. Backlight was factory defaulted at 100%. Way to bright for me. Easily set to user liking. So, after the first week I decided it was time to upgrade my video card. My decision was ATI's All in Wonder Radeon AGP card which has the DVI output. Tracking down a DVI cable was a pain but finally found it online... This monitor thrives on a digital feed. The difference between the analog signal is quite noticable. Right of the bat the text smear is nowhere to be seen and the color rendering is greatly improved. This is especially notable viewing Photo images and the like. Computer game images are fantastic. This monitor has absolutely zero flicker. Zero! It has three color temperature ICC profiles for color management. If you are into photo imaging as I am it is essential for Photoshop 6.0 or whatever imaging software that uses color profiles. You also have the ability to custom tailor a profile based on Gamma with full RGB control (MY personal Choice). My conclusion is if you are seriously considering a LCD Flat panel monitor, the Sony SDM via the DVI connection can't be beat in it's price range. Chances are when you go to your local computer store it will be hooked-up via analog and you won't see what it's capable of. It is worthy!! As a side note, realize that if you want to upgrade your computer to a DVI graphics card it must have an AGP 2.0 compliant slot on the motherboard. AGP 1.0 slots will not work (not enough power) and can't be BIOS upgraded.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful
If you're looking to treat yourself to a new monitor, you won't be disappointed with the SDM-81. At 18" you'll have plenty of bright, crisp display room. Also, with both digital and analog connections you won't be forced to upgrade your video card to enjoy this display.

The response rate is between 20 and 30 ms (according to Sony's site), allowing for good picture quality even during fast screen changes. I was a bit worried about this aspect of LCD monitors since I play fast moving games, but haven't noticed any blur or distortion.

Setting up the display is as simple as dropping it on your desk and hooking up the standard connections (oh yes, it is at this pont that you will truly appreciate the space savings :). Cables are inserted into vertical connectors on the back of the display and are neatly concealed by the rear panel and cable guides. Once you get it running you'll probably want to make some adjustments, especially if you're using an analog connection. The instruction manual does a good job at guiding you through the process. Personally I found I needed to adjust the phase and pitch as well as the color temperature (the default setting is much too blue) to get the best picture.

So, why only 4 stars? Well, nothing's perfect .. :) I have noticed that color can be uneven across the screen. Also, when the screen is predominantly black you can see places where the backlighting is uneven (mostly near the edges). Finally, the screen seems to have a bit of "sheen" to it. It isn't glare, but almost seems like the screen itself has a shiny quality. In all fairness, I don't notice this very much.

Overall, I love this monitor and although it has a few flaws I wouldn't think twice about owning it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great display - weak speakers
The image on this display is stunning. Color is better than expected, and backlight is nice and uniform. Dual input for both audio and video, including DVI, is very handy. Switching between sources is just a button away. The easy to use controls at the upper right also give direct adjustment of brightness, contrast, and speaker volume. By pressing a 'Menu' button, you also get a host of other less needed adjustments. The display is very automatic, and only needed three adjustments after a day's use: I had to turn *down* the brightness, I needed to turn *up* the volume, and I had to tweek the phase adjustment. The phase adjustment wasn't required at all until I got to the "Shutdown" Windows screen that had dithered shading. All other screens, including line art, graphics, as well as high-res photos, was rock solid. The only flaw is the built-in 1W speakers which are very underpowered, and have no base response at all. The only advantage of having them in this unit is to keep your desk neat, but if you're going to listen to anything for an extended period, consider external speakers or another model display. Another alternative is to just plug in headphones in their handy jack at the bottom edge. For me, this worked just fine. In all, the trendy styling and great LCD have me very happy.

5-0 out of 5 stars OUTSTANDING!!!
wonderful monitor, I spend up to 8+ hours a day on my computer during the week, and this is all the screen you could ever want, i love it more than my 19" Trinitron which, besides being a pain in the @ss to clean, but also weighs some 55-60 lbs and is just begging to be dropped when moved anywhere. the joints on my trinitron always took minutes to adjust when this LCD takes just seconds. it weighs 12 lbs which is wonderful, and I can finally put some space between me and my monitor because it's just a few inches thick...outstanding color contrast, brightness is never an issue, and the built in speakers are impressive, especially considering no subwoofer. dont waste money on a 19-21" CRT that is already out of date, invest in a quality piece of hardware that will never let you down, and spare the eye strain.

3-0 out of 5 stars No DVI as advertised.
In all honesty I was impressed with how expansive the SDM-M81 felt. Racking up the res to 1280x1024 usually makes me feel like things are getting too small on my 18.0" viewable viewsonic CRT behemoth. But not on the M81.

But I do have a major problem with the dvi interface. They only supply an analog DB15 to analog DVI cable. Why not include a dvi to dvi cable? In my case, I feel it is because getting Sony's DVI to DVI won't work or only works in limited situations. I have a belkin dvi to dvi cable and when I hook up to the dvi out from a sony Vaio Desktop (pcv-rx462 with DVI out no less!) nothing happens. (The supplied analog to analog/digital works but it's not worth the money, Trust me. [Edited 10/15/02] - Correction, the image quality IS Beautiful once you set the res to 1280x1024 and refresh rate higher than 72 Hz. You'll never want to go back to CRT again. Opinion of Sony Tech Support still stands] Plus Sony tech support is the worst on this planet. The only reason they can get away with such horrible customer support is because Sony makes so much money to fuel this inane branch of their business.

Getting dvi to work is a major hassle. Go to Sony's web site and go see for yourself that they haven't even bothered to put out drivers for XP (currently only 60 Hz is available on all resolutions as opposed to advertised 85 Hz). [Edited 10/25/02 - Get the new driver's for your Vid Card and that will not be a problem] ... Read more


70. Sony X-Brite SDM-HS74P/S 17" LCD Monitor (Silver)
by Sony
list price: $549.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002I9WIG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2592
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Amazon.com Product Description

You'll be the envy of every gadget geek on the block with Sony's SDM-HS74P/S on your desktop. Not only does it have a glamorous frame, but its technology offers outstanding graphics. Connect to analog and digital graphics cards with ease (both cables included). A curvy stand offers 90 degrees of swivel, while the generous 17-inch display provides 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution and a 500:1 contrast ratio, so you'll be in good hands while you're working away on spreadsheets or chopping evildoers in your favorite game.

Sony's variable lighting technology insures a clean view under any lighting conditions: brightness ranges from 150 to 400 nits. The 160-degree viewing angles permit flexible placement and let everyone see the action when they're gathered around your desk. Sony provides a three-year warranty covering parts, service, and backlight.

What's in the Box
Display, stand, AC power cord, cord strap, PC/Mac utility CD-ROM, analog monitor cable, digital monitor cable, user manual, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • 500:1 contrast ratio for sharp images
  • Adjustable brightness from 150 to 400 nits of brightness
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs, cables included
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

71. Sony SDM-HS93/W Flat Panel 19" LCD Monitor (White)
by Sony
list price: $899.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000092ZLG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 10532
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, fast 25 ms response
  • 0.294 mm pixel pitch; 700:1 contrast ratio
  • 170-degree viewing angles from any direction
  • Innovative floating frame design
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

72. Sony CPD-G400 19" CRT Monitor
by Sony
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B00004YNSJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 32399
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for the corporate professional but sporting a price tag for the rest of us, the Sony CDP-G400 19-inch CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitor provides enough value to leave even the most demanding user satisfied. With features like onscreen controls, Enhanced Elliptical Correction System (for corner-to-corner image quality), and a high-contrast, antiglare screen coating, the G400 will have home users thrilled with the quality and leave the corporate types grinning over the savings.

With an 18-inch virtually flat screen, the G400 (for Mac and PC) also boasts a 1,800 x 1,440 maximum resolution, 0.24-to-0.25-millimeter variable dot pitch, and high 120 Hz maximum refresh rate for lower resolutions. The result is image quality that's more common in more expensive monitors. What's more, the G400's Accurate Image Restoration feature restores factory brightness and color settings, ensuring image quality down the road. With all of this, plus a three-year limited warranty, the G400 gives you some bang for your buck. ... Read more

Features

  • 19-inch (18-inch viewable) monitor
  • 1,800 x 1,440 maximum resolution
  • 120 Hz maximum refresh rate
  • 0.24- to 0.25-millimeter variable dot pitch
  • Compatible with PC and Mac computers

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars Ghost image makes the black text too grey
especially when the background is white. Very high eye strain at any refresh rate, guess due to the ghost image problem (eyes try to get a better focus on an unfocused screen).

4-0 out of 5 stars .24 dpi not acceptable? don't know what he is talking about?
I don't personally own this monitor, I have seen it, and it is an impressive monitor. The person who rated this monitor so poorly down there who said that .24 dpi is not acceptable obviously is missing some details, because I've always heard that the human eye doesn't distinguish between anything less than .25dpi....

I have heard similar complaints about customer service from owner's of Sony monitors on other websites, so if by chance your monitor does have a problem, you may be without a monitor for a couple weeks while sony fixes it.....

5-0 out of 5 stars A bit pricey, but a great value
My beloved six year old NEC 21" monitor was finally giving up the ghost. We had spent so much quality time together. It started with me in a Mac only environment. It moved with me to PC and Unix machines. I dreaded the task of finding another display with the same quality, and doing so on a budget much smaller than the one six years ago.

After a few weeks with the G400 I'm now thrilled that the old monitor is gone. Yes, it's a 19", not a 21"... I can't tell. The higher scan rates and overall quality makes for a much sharper display at screen resolutions higher than I would ever attempt on my late monitor. Screen flicker is modest at even high resolutions (1600x1200)

The truly flat display tube was a bit odd a first. Having worked with curves screens all my life I'd adapted to their distortions. The display is crisp and flat to the very edges of the tube. Now, going back to standard curved displays is jarring.

The video control (centering, contrast, brightness, etc.) takes some experimentation and is probably the weakest piece of plastic on the monitor. But after your initial setup you shouldn't need to use it often.

Since I work with multiple machines the dual video inputs with a switch located on the front of the display was a big plus. The machine also includes a Mac adapter. Note: the monitor comes with one video cable. If you're attaching another machine (PC or Mac) you will need another.

Anyone planning on a 21" display might wish to consider saving themselves a significant amount of money with the G400. Because size isn't everything. :)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad serivice, high price and DPI
I've purchased this monitor in January 2001. My opinion is that:

.24 dpi is not acceptable dot pitch (images are 'grainy' with higher dpi). .24 dpi is VISIBLE even if all you plan to do is word processing. Of course if you are switching from a .28 dpi 14" monitor G400 would look to you as a technical marvel.

Warranty warning for this unit:

After a few hours of troubleshooting the monitor Sony tech support informed me that the monitor isn't properly shielded and that I'll have to send the monitor to them for repair. Sony sent me ...a defective unit and I was forced to pay for shipping this 68 pound monitor to TX! and that wasn't enough, the monitor wasn't replaced! Instead they've sent me 'repaired' unit... after 3 weeks!

We had 2 monitors going bad before at our company and ViewSonic, Toshiba ... sent us replacments (after we returned the dead monitors), no questions asked. I would expect similar if not better service from the respectable company like Sony.

Don't buy this monitor!

JP, Graphic designer in FL

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Sony quality!
I've spent weeks examining every high-end 19" monitor I could get my hands on. I've talked to the manufacturers directly, I've poured over Internet reviews, I've put monitors on several different machines with different video cards in different lighting situations, etc, etc, etc...

The only thing I don't understand is why there's even any question which is the best! Sony is without a doubt better than NEC, Mitsubishi, LG, etc, etc... All aperture-grille monitors have problems with vertical "smudginess" on fine text detail, but Sony's is so minimal it's unnoticeable. All other monitors were very blurry and fuzzy compared to the text clarity on the Sony. Also the colors are uniform, saturated, and "silky" compared to other monitors - especially shadow mask monitors.

What's not to like? Three thumbs up! ... Read more


73. Sony CPD-E540/B FD Trinitron 21" CRT Monitor (Black)
by Sony
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00006IS4H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 49703
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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From the Manufacturer

The E540 21-inch computer display is ideal for spreadsheets, detailed graphics, and gaming. The visually flat high resolution FD Trinitron CRT with 0.24 mm Aperture Grille delivers superior image clarity and truer brighter colors. The high contrast screen coating reduces glare and eyestrain, while DisplayMouse OSD control provides easy setup and adjustment. ... Read more

Features

  • 21-inch CRT with visually flat screen
  • Up to 1,920 x 1,440 resolution, 1,600 x 1,200 at 85Hz recommended
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch
  • Tilt and swivel base for optimal viewing comfort
  • Corporate 2-tone gray cabinet design

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality, Convergance Problems. Stay Away
It looks sleek and isn't as deep as 21" monitors used to be...but poor convergence, fuzzy text and quality problems plague this monitor. If you read lots of the online reviews for the e540 you will find the most common complaint to be the convergence of the monitor. If you set all the red green and blue phosphors to be perfectly aligned in the center of the screen they were horribly misaligned on the corners, particularly on the left side. The result was text that was clear in the center of the screen but very blurry towards the left. Aiding to the problem was that there were 3 vertical convergence controls (top, middle, and bottom) but only 1 horizontal. It seems as if Sony purposely crippled the controls on the lower end monitor so you would be forced for a reason to buy their more expensive line.

About a week into getting the monitor it also started experiencing shaking problems that made it useless. Although it was infrequent, the problem did reappear every few days - even on a different computer (so I rule out a video card problem).

Another negative was the very thin video cable that I think would be prone to interference. Sony took far too many shortcuts on this model. Stay away. ... Read more


74. Sony SDM-S81R 18" LCD Monitor (Refurbished)
by Sony

Asin: B000083KIF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 45562
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Amazon.com Product Description

Boasting an 18.1-inch display and sleekly modern styling, the Multiscan S81 is a flexible flat screen monitor specially designed to reproduce high-quality images from analog signals. Plus, it's easy to use. Setup takes just a few minutes, thanks to the Advanced Auto ImageSet feature, a simple function that automatically sets image position, phase, and pitch adjustments.

The S81 incorporates rich color processing that optimizes both filters and backlights to create intense, high-contrast colors. With an optimum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024, a 400:1 contrast ratio, and an 85 Hz refresh rate, this LCD panel keeps your images looking their best, whether your focus is on detailed spreadsheets, the latest Web sites, or intense gaming. An anti-glare hardcoat maintains a clear view under all lighting conditions.

Sony's Zero Footprint design features a pivoting base that provides easily adjustable viewing options for multiple users, and can be detached for wall mounting. Weighing just over 18 pounds, it's less than half the size of older CRT monitors; and the two-tone gray casing smoothly blends with any decor. The included Kensington-compatible lock provides extra security for the system. This refurbished model is backed by Sony's 90-day limited warranty, when purchased new from authorized retailers. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • Fine 0.297 mm dot pitch
  • 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 160-degree viewing angles
  • PC and Mac compatible; Mac adapter included

75. Sony CPD-E540 21" FD Trinitron CRT Monitor
by Sony
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B000066IX6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 29204
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for a wide variety of high-end applications, Sony's CPD-E540 is a large 21-inch CRT (19.8 inches viewable) that delivers both quality and reliability. With its Digital Multiscan technology, a maximum resolution of 1,920 x 1,440 (1,600 x 1,200 @ 85 Hz recommended), virtually flat screen, and fine 0.24 mm dot pitch, the E540 provides clean, accurate images. Additionally, Sony's HiDensity Electron Gun with Accurate Image Restoration technology ensures that the entire screen (even the corners) is accurately focused. An anti-reflective, high-contrast AR screen coating also cuts down on glare and eyestrain.

Weighing a hefty 67 pounds, the E540 has a reasonably small footprint (given the large display area) of 19.7 by 19.0 inches. It connects to both Mac and PC systems via a 15-pin captive pigtail D-sub connector. An adjustable tilt and swivel base makes getting the perfect viewing angle easy, while Active Signal Correction technology provides one-touch adjustment of image size and placement.

Plug-and-play ready, the E540 is a snap to set up, while a number of onscreen controls, such as brightness, contrast, H/V position, and zoom, make adjusting the display to your taste and surroundings quick and easy. The E540 also comes backed with a three-year manufacturer's warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • 21-inch CRT with visually flat screen
  • Supports multiple resolutions up to 1,920 x 1,440
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch
  • Tilt and swivel base for optimal viewing comfort
  • Corporate two-tone gray cabinet design

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Cheap but very poor quality
This monitor, well, it sucks. It was a waste of the $600 I spent. The biggest problem is that it's very blurry above 1600x1200 making those modes almost useless (on XP). Attached to my PowerBook it can't handle rates greater than 60Hz above 1600x1200 and it so blurry even at lower resolutions it's unusable.

Second major complaint is the display is flat and lifeless. Colors are washed out and contrast is poor. Forget calibrating it for anything, you are lucky to just have it look decent.

It's a very poor quality 19" display in a 70 pound 21" box. Unless you want a monitor that's big because you have eyesight problems then this isn't the monitor for you.

Would I buy one again? Hell no.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor!
I was hesitant getting this monitor because although I knew I wanted a 21" screen, I was afraid it would be too massive to fit on my desk (a corner unit). I was also torn between this and the comparable aperture-grill NEC FE2111 which appears to be used by a large number of top gaming PC manufacturers (Alienware, Falcon, etc.).

I've always wanted a Sony and kicked myself last time (6 years ago) I bought a non-aperture grill monitor, so I thought I'd never forgive myself if the NEC FE2111 turned out to be a dud, so I took the plunge.

As I brought the massive box into the house, I was kicking myself--what was I thinking that this huge monitor would fit?

But once I got the monitor on the desk, it fit much more nicely than I ever imagined. The back of the monitor is much more narrow than I ever imagined, allowing the monitor to sit way back into the corner of room--about the same depth as my old 17" monitor.

Wow! I love the image quality too. Bright, clean, crisp. I've only had it for 2 days, but so far I love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor For Internet, and Gaming
I am 15, and i use my pc alot. I used to have a 16' Sony Flat Screen Monitor, but i needed a bigger one for gaming and using the internet. This monitor helped tremendously, and the display is crisp, clear, and refresh rates are FAST! For Example, right now im using 1600 x 1200 and the refresh rate is 85 Hertz. If you use this Monitor, i recommend using 1600 x 1200 because it looks the best, although the monitor can display incredibly higher resolutions. I highly recomend this monitor for someone who wants a BIG monitor, a perfectly flat screen, but wants to avoid the unbearably high prices of LCD monitors the same size.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality, Convergance Problems. Stay Away
It looks sleek and isn't as deep as 21" monitors used to be...but poor convergence, fuzzy text and quality problems plague this monitor. If you read lots of the online reviews for the e540 you will find the most common complaint to be the convergence of the monitor. If you set all the red green and blue phosphors to be perfectly aligned in the center of the screen they were horribly misaligned on the corners, particularly on the left side. The result was text that was clear in the center of the screen but very blurry towards the left. Aiding to the problem was that there were 3 vertical convergence controls (top, middle, and bottom) but only 1 horizontal. It seems as if Sony purposely crippled the controls on the lower end monitor so you would be forced for a reason to buy their more expensive line.

About a week into getting the monitor it also started experiencing shaking problems that made it useless. Although it was infrequent, the problem did reappear every few days - even on a different computer (so I rule out a video card problem).

Another negative was the very thin video cable that I think would be prone to interference. Sony took far too many shortcuts on this model. Stay away.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value, good quality/reliability, heavy
I purchased the Sony CPD-E540 back in March 2002 for $599 retail to replace my aging NEC 17" monitor. It is difficult to provide subjective opinions on a monitor without having another to compare it to, so let me just state that I have not been disappointed with this purchase. It takes full advantage of my ASUS V7700 Deluxe (actually, the resolution is limited by the video card). The picture is not distorted in any way, text / graphics appear crisp, and the picture is much brighter than my CRT (a quality common among all Aperture Grille monitors if I understand correctly).

I am not too fond of the monitor's weight, as I had to lug this thing up into the loft of my old apartment and then back down when I moved.

One other issue that is common with all aperture grill monitors is the presence of one or two horizontal lines on the display that are easily ignored, but can be noticed.

I consider this to be a good investment that will continue to be enjoyed through several generations of computer upgrades. ... Read more


76. Sony HMD-A240R 17" Multiscan CRT Monitor
by Sony
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B000076D6A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 33692
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 1,024 x 768 at 85 Hz recommended
  • 0.24 mm aperture grille pitch
  • Digital Multiscan technology
  • Tilt and swivel base
  • DisplayMouse onscreen display for easy setup and adjustment

77. Sony SDM-P82/B 18" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $1,199.99
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Asin: B00006HZ2H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 105855
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Product Description

The PremierPro series 18" Flat Panel LCD delivers superior technology to the professional. Slim bezel combined with integrated power supply and cable management system maximizes desktop space.TFT Active matrix LCD technology combined with anti-glare coating provides clear, flicker-free images that reduce eyestrain. Instant adjustment of images at multiple resolutions optimizes video performance. Digital connection maximizes video performance, dual inputs support simultaneous connectivity to multiple computers. Instant adjustment of images at multiple resolutions optimizes video performance. Stand base can be removed to support arm or wall mount applications. Lower power consumption provides increased savings throughout the life of the product. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, 0.28 mm dot pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles
  • Rich 400:1 contrast ratio, 300-nit brightness

78. Sony SDM-X82 Flat Panel 18" LCD Monitor
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00006G2OO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 39930
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Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty
  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution, 0.281 mm dot pitch
  • Accepts DVI-D input
  • 400:1 contrast ratio, 300 nits brightness
  • Wide 170-degree viewing

79. Sony SDM-S71R 17" LCD Monitor (Refurbished)

Asin: B00008BO9M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
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Product Description

The StylePro SDM-S71R LCD is the perfect combination of form, function and convenience. This advanced computer display boasts a 17.0" TFT LCD panel designed for the home or office to provide quality and reliability. Slim, stylish design delivers a greater level of flexibility while maximizing desktop space. Screen images are bright and colorful, thanks to Advanced Digital FlexRes and Auto ImageSet image technologies.TFT Active matrix LCD technology combined with anti-glare coating provides clear, flicker free images that reduce eyestrain. Slim design maximizes desktop space adding efficiency and style to the home or office. Sony's unique auto adjusting technologies optimize performance of video images at multiple resolutions. Removable tilt stand provides arm or wall mounting option. Adjustable tilt stand provides optimal viewing angle for maximum comfort. ... Read more

Features

  • PC and Mac compatible; Mac adapter included
  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution
  • Fine 0.297 mm dot pitch
  • 400:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 160-degree viewing angles

80. Sony CPD-G220R/L 17" FD Trinitron CRT Monitor
by Sony
list price: $329.99
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Asin: B00005TS5S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 38839
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for those who demand exceptional image performance without sacrificing value or reliability, the CPD-G220R/L features a virtually flat, high-resolution Trinitron tube with a fine 0.24-millimeter aperture grille pitch. The monitor offers excellent image clarity and brilliant colors, which you'll appreciate whether you're finalizing that PowerPoint presentation or just reaching the last level of Doom (the rich reds will amaze).

Sony's HiDensity electron gun with enhanced elliptical correction will ensure that the entire screen (even the corners) will be accurately focused, and the flat screen with reduced glare lets you sit and stare at images longer without getting that "computer overload" headache.

You (and your electricity bill) will appreciate that the monitor complies with the world's strictest standards of low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management while saving costs through automatic power-saving modes. With a sleek, silver cabinet and super-easy onscreen display, the CPDG220R/L supports a maximum resolution of 1,600 x 1,200 dpi. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch (16-inch viewable) Trinitron monitor
  • Digital Multiscan technology supports resolutions up to 1600 x 1200
  • 170 Hz maximum refresh rate, 0.24 millimeter dot pitch
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Attractive slate blue and silver design

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great image and full control...
The image is perfect! After some minor ajusts you are ready to go! The on-screen controls allow the user tweak most everything!

You just get mad at the two thin copper wires dividing the screen in 3 stripes. According to SONY, it is part of the Trinitron technology and must be there. Well, I can tell I no longer "see" these lines... :-)

The monitor is a little deep, but I have enough space on my desktop. So, I'd recomment anyone who buys a VAIO computer to go for it. The LCD prices are still relatively high and the nanotube monitors are promising to hit the market late this year, lowering a lot the street price for flat pannel monitors.

Oh, of course, the design is very nice! You'll love it!!! ... Read more


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