Monitors

SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER 240T

SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER 240T

TFT screens are notoriously expensive to manufacture and even more expensive to purchase in comparison to their conventional CRT counterparts.
By Darren Ellis Jun 7 2002, 9:55AM
Samsung 560V

Samsung 560V

After a quick scan of every screen in Labs, its clear that the 560V sits at the functional yet minimal end of the scale.
By Staff Writers Dec 6 2001, 2:01PM
AcerCM Smart Panel FP581

AcerCM Smart Panel FP581

AcerCM Smart Panel FP581
By Staff Writers Dec 3 2001, 11:56AM
Sony SDMM51

Sony SDMM51

Sony has always placed a strong emphasis on style, and the Sony range of TFT displays are no exception.
By Staff Writers Dec 3 2001, 11:32AM
Auriga MX151T

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.
By Staff Writers Dec 3 2001, 11:18AM
AG Neovo M-15V

AG Neovo M-15V

We reviewed the Neovo S-15V in our September 2001 issue (page 86) and were so impressed, its been sitting on our A-List ever since. With the precedent set, we were keen to see how the feature-packed M-15V compared against the latest models.
By Staff Writers Dec 1 2001, 12:00AM
Philips Brilliance 150P2E

Philips Brilliance 150P2E

It's a rarity in Labs that one unit takes home both Quality and Value Awards, but the Philips 150P2E provides everything you'd want for just about any task at an affordable price.
By Staff Writers Dec 1 2001, 12:00AM
Sony SDM-N80

Sony SDM-N80

It feels like I say this every time I write a TFT review, but by gum theyve come ahead in leaps and bounds in recent years, in terms of technology, price and sales.
By Tim Dean Nov 1 2001, 12:00AM
AG Neovo S-15V

AG Neovo S-15V

TFT LCD monitors are increasingly becoming an attractive option. Prices are falling, and there are some great monitors around. The AG Neovo S-15V is a sub-$2,000 15in display with distinctive styling.
By John Gillooly Oct 10 2001, 8:59AM
Samsung SyncMaster 170MP

Samsung SyncMaster 170MP

How many acronyms can a monitor have before it chokes on its own resolution? We have all come to expect CRTs, LCDs, TFTs and God knows what else but now Samsung has come up with a monitor with so many acronyms it will leave you gasping.
By David Hellaby Sep 5 2001, 10:55AM
Sony PFM-42B1 Professional Flat Panel Monitor

Sony PFM-42B1 Professional Flat Panel Monitor

Almost all computer monitors and TVs use the same technology that first appeared in the 1940s: the CRT. How both consumers and manufacturers would love a viable flat panel display. LCDs dont make the grade: its too hard - and expensive - to produce LCDs larger than 20 inches diagonal.
By Stephen Dawson Apr 2 2001, 11:39AM
AcerView 79g

AcerView 79g

AcerView 79g
By Staff Writers Feb 1 2001, 5:27PM
Philips 140S

Philips 140S

They say that once you've used an LCD display on your desktop you dont ever want to go back to a CRT...
By Georgina Halford Feb 1 2001, 12:00AM
Sanyo LMU-TFT150

Sanyo LMU-TFT150

15IN Flat Screen
By Staff Writers Dec 1 2000, 11:42AM
Sony Multiscan G400

Sony Multiscan G400

Flat CRT technology is all the buzz these days, and there are three main competing technologies. While LG, with its Flatron range, offers a completely flat screen, it has run into a couple of problems.
By Tim Dean Sep 1 2000, 5:22PM
Gateway runs away screaming as Samsung reveal huge TFT LCD display

Gateway runs away screaming as Samsung reveal huge TFT LCD display

Gateway, makers of the ever present and familiar dairy cow cube (oh, and computers too), has pulled out of the entire Pacific Rim. Speculation has been doing the rounds for a while, but an official announcement was made by the bovine's spokesperson
By Staff Writers