I got the 19" Hanns-G monitor yesterday, and set it up in my office today. It's ok for text, but images are fuzzy. I'll keep tweaking to see if I can sharpen images, but I suspect that that's what US$119 will buy. For what I do in the office, it's OK, anyway. One thing I don't like at all is that there's no way to adjust the position of the monitor. That sucks.<br><br>____________________________________________________<br>Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,<br>But to be young was very heaven!
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Loc: United States
Yup, you get what you pay for. For only a few hundred dollars more, you could have bought a nice new Dell 20" LCD..<br><br>Actually, I'm wrong - for about $80 more you could have had a 19" Dell - link-o<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Pete on 11/16/06 03:26 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
That's too bad.<br><br>Hey, just to check, how does this photo look? <br><br><br><br><br>(it looks crystal clear here at my work computer. You should be able to see the one guy tossing the football to the other easily)<br><br>
my new Blackbook came today. my employer also delivered a 17" LCD made by Benq. i am running dual displays with it. the Macbook's display is way, way, way better than the Benq. in fact everything is blurry on the Benq. if it was my only option, i would probably try and avoid coming into work altogether. i like to keep email and pallets on the second display, but i can't stand this. i'll do everything on the laptop and not use the display. i'll bet this thing was bought in bulk and probably wasn't more than $60 or so. sure looks like it was close to free.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
<OL><B>"You should be able to see the one guy tossing the football to the other easily"</B></OL>And that's supposed to be a euphemism for....what, exactly?<br><br>I think you should be banned for posting nasty crap like that!<br><br>
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