Tag: Auriga

Auriga 7MLV-1 
REVIEW

Auriga 7MLV-1

Auriga’s 17MLV-1 is not the best looking TFT we’ve ever seen, with a pretty big bezel and a chunky neck, but it has a wide degree of swivel and tilt flexibility. Plus there’s a feature unique to this monitor in the comprehensive roundup -- the 17MLV-1 came with a D-Sub RGB connection, plus Composite and S-Video. But furthermore, the TFT featured PiP (Picture in Picture) which meant you could have your PC as the main display, with the TV running in a corner, or vice versa. Via the OSD you could set where you wanted the PiP to appear, plus toggle the sources.
Auriga CAS2002P4 
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Auriga CAS2002P4

After all, why house your components in a case that swallows up half of your precious desk space when you can jam them all into something only marginally larger than a shoebox? The Auriga CAS2002P4 is one such Micro-ATX case, measuring approximately 34cm wide by 9.5cm high, with a depth of 42cm.
Auriga Active 5.1 Home Theater Surround System 
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Auriga Active 5.1 Home Theater Surround System

As sound processor manufacturers rush to cram more and more sound channels onto their cards (at last count we were up to 7.1 on some), PC speakers of the 5.1 surround variety have plummeted in price to the $200 range in which the Auriga Active 5.1s sit.
AURIGA 9800 PRO 
REVIEW

AURIGA 9800 PRO

Auriga's offering to the 9800 PRO market returned rather inconsistent results.
Auriga Excalibur 9200 
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Auriga Excalibur 9200

At its very reasonable price, the Excalibur 9200 is ideal for anyone on a budget or in search of an upgrade.
AURIGA 15MA 
REVIEW

AURIGA 15MA

Almost the antithesis of the BenQ FP591 pricing-wise, the Auriga 15MA is one of the most budget-oriented 15in models in this review.
AURIGA 17MA 
REVIEW

AURIGA 17MA

When this model was submitted to us with the cost listed above, we assumed it was a mistake. Although returning fairly low real world scores, the 17MA is a bargain.
Auriga 19TF 
REVIEW

Auriga 19TF

Auriga has been a regular participant in our Labs, and has submitted solid monitors for the budget-conscious end of the buyers spectrum.
Auriga MX151T 
REVIEW

Auriga MX151T

Pioneering the affordability trend in TFT screens, the MX151Ts $799 price tag might well be enough reason to go TFT for many users.
Auriga ColorPro 22D 
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Auriga ColorPro 22D

A 22in monitor is obviously a very large unit. The ColorPro 22D that came into PC Authority was also an engineering sample, which goes some way toward explaining the lack of embellishment.

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