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This one sounds better:

Mitsubishi VISEO MDT231WG

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- 23"
- 120 Hz -3D Vision-ready
- 1920x1080
- IPS panel
- led backlight
- 5.5 ms response time

All techs are in it:



something tells me that's going to set a new precedent in pricing for 23" monitors.
post #32 of 57
this tells u that:

Mitsubishi VISEO MDT231WG

- 23"
- 120 Hz -3D Vision-ready
- 1920x1080
- IPS panel
- led backlight
- 5.5 ms response time


and it can be pre-ordered now for $1414 (Source)
    
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holy moly that Mitsu would be an awesome monitor, but sheesh the price tag is way high, but i guess top quality IPS = higher price
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post #34 of 57
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Originally Posted by ih2try View Post
this tells u that:

Mitsubishi VISEO MDT231WG

- 23"
- 120 Hz -3D Vision-ready
- 1920x1080
- IPS panel
- led backlight
- 5.5 ms response time


and it can be pre-ordered now for $1414 (Source)
Nice specs, but $1400 for a 23" lol... That's Mitsubishi for you alright.

I'd like to see a 30"/42" monitor with those specs @ 2560X1600 though.
post #35 of 57
Why won't 3d die and take consoles with it?
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Nice specs, but $1400 for a 23" lol... That's Mitsubishi for you alright.

I'd like to see a 30"/42" monitor with those specs @ 2560X1600 though.
guess why its expensive. The IPS part is the panel it has, which is very expensive to make. Just look at the prices of the Dell IPS monitors I want the 28in one
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Nice specs, but $1400 for a 23" lol... That's Mitsubishi for you alright.

I'd like to see a 30"/42" monitor with those specs @ 2560X1600 though.
$1400 is just pre-order price, sure it is still high but when u say "nice specs", u know it isnt just a 23"...Otherwise, it's like "lol, $240 for a 120GB ???" when ur talking about SSD, not a 120GB HDD that costs $55.

You can see a 30"/42" @ 2560x1600 with those specs if you're ready to spend $4000 on it
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post #38 of 57
120Hz is because that's the minimum required for smooth playback. The refresh rate is halved because that's what 3D monitors need to produce a stereo image for each eye.

Frankly that Mitsubishi is overpriced garbage considering the specs.

LED backlighting is really a marketing gimmick. True LED monitors (OLED) won't be affordable by the masses for a long time and it's only recently manufacturers are pushing out Full Array LED w/ local dimming. I have yet to see that tech implemented in desktop monitors.

True contrast ratio hasn't changed in recent years ranging from 1000:1 to 3000:1. DCR is marketing crap which everyone buys into unless you're a geek.
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$1400 is just pre-order price, sure it is still high but when u say "nice specs", u know it isnt just a 23"...Otherwise, it's like "lol, $240 for a 120GB ???" when ur talking about SSD, not a 120GB HDD that costs $55.

You can see a 30"/42" @ 2560x1600 with those specs if you're ready to spend $4000 on it
It's more that 23" feels like a laptop screen. Way too tiny.
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someone please finally make a 30 inch 120hz 3D gaming monitor
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