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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-02-2005, 03:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Can anyone tell me the difference? I was thinking of getting the Hyundai L72S but it is only analog, then I was reading some reviews of the Hyundai L90D and it is 2" bigger and digital, but it is $100 more. So do you think 2" and digital is worth $100, especially for a kid going into college in a couple months?
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Can anyone tell me the difference? I was thinking of getting the Hyundai L72S but it is only analog, then I was reading some reviews of the Hyundai L90D and it is 2" bigger and digital, but it is $100 more. So do you think 2" and digital is worth $100, especially for a kid going into college in a couple months?
the only diff is that a dvi output is digital and the serial type os like the old crt's is analog. see before lcd crt's only read an analog signal but the graphics card produced a digital signal, so they had to switch it from digital to analog on the board so its a waste of space the new dvi is a pure digital signal without being converted giving it a better display quality but if your graphics card doesnt have a dvi port ( the longer rectangle usualy white one) just get the analog lcd.
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