Suyama 19" TFT Monitor ?

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Medidox
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Anybody know anything about this make of monitor and the supplier only the price is almost too good to be true.

http://www.mpc-direct.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=416

harlequin
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if you type 'suyama mj97' into google , it only comes up with one page .... the one you found.

a little more expensive , no sound built in , but a good monitor

http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Product.aspx/TruHome/TruComputers/TRUComputersBuildYourOwn/TRUComputersMonitors/872644

Gary MacKenzie

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Medidox
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Cheers Gary,

I'm interested in the above monitor because it's 16/9. But I suppose that now that offers like this are starting it can't be long before established companies are selling true 16/9 monitors at a reasonable cost.

Sorry about the fuss over your cat btw.

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Fuss over cat wasn't a problem , i change my avatars elsewhere more often , no doubt the one here will change next month again.

True 16:9 monitors may be useful , but on a pc i find them a nightmare , especially if you then hook the pc up to some data projectors , as they can't handle the screen output properly , whereas plasmas can.

Gary MacKenzie

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Medidox wrote:
....I'm interested in the above monitor because it's 16/9.....

It looks like a native resolution of 1280 x 1024 (square pixels) which isn't 16:9, surely?

Martin - DVdoctor in moderation. Everyone is entitled to my opinion.

Medidox
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mooblie wrote:
It looks like a native resolution of 1280 x 1024 (square pixels) which isn't 16:9, surely?

I must have been having a senior moment when I thought it was 16/9.....:o

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Surely the quoted Response Time of 16ms will make this monitor inadequate for Video Work? I rather thought you need a Response Time of at least 8ms or better for viewing video in real time?

John

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http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?ace-tft19w&P=0

19" widescreen , 8ms , acer , 3yr warranty , £186.82 Inc VAT

Gary MacKenzie

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delbert
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Hannsg 19 Multimedia, 8ms, £135.13

I went to the site http://www.mpc-direct.com

I see that they now have a HANNSG 19 MULTIMEDIA, 8MS, DVI TFT

for only £135.13

This seems to suit all the requiremenys for editing.

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delbert wrote:
I went to the site http://www.mpc-direct.com

I see that they now have a HANNSG 19 MULTIMEDIA, 8MS, DVI TFT

for only £135.13

This seems to suit all the requiremenys for editing.

have you seen one in action ?
i'm always wary of unknown makes.

p.s.

how does someone from london access the site from a roadrunner ip address in usa ?
why does your email address resolve to a company owned by mpc-direct.co.uk ?

Gary MacKenzie

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delbert
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harlequin wrote:
have you seen one in action ?
i'm always wary of unknown makes.

p.s.

how does someone from london access the site from a roadrunner ip address in usa ?
why does your email address resolve to a company owned by mpc-direct.co.uk ?

I have not seen one one work

They are listed at http://www.misco.co.uk for slightly more.

p.s.

I am a Brit working for a web develpment company in Norh Carolina who comes from London, that company is one of our clients and I use one of their email accounts rather than my road runner one.