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The outfit has just issued a new foursome -- the IPS2062T, IPS226V, IPS236V and IPS231P -- of LED-backlit displays, with sizes running 20-, 21.5-, 23- and 23-inches in order of mention. The larger three offer 1,920 x 1,080 resolutions with a six millisecond response time, and the whole lot offers a deceiving 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness and 178-degree viewing angles
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LED IPS, that's unusual.
 

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Finally an LED IPS from LG that isn't inside a Dell UltraSharp.

I wonder what IPS it is.

Legit find!

Too bad the largest is only 23.
 

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ips awesome

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Originally Posted by OverK1LL View Post
Finally an LED IPS from LG that isn't inside a Dell UltraSharp.

I wonder what IPS it is.

Legit find!

Too bad the largest is only 23.
ips is inplane switching
 

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ips awesome

ips is inplane switching
i think he means who manufactures the actual screens for LG with these new models.
 

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to bad the nits of brightness is only 250, my Dell has 400 i think.. very very bright monitor.
 

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Probably LG? Both Dell's Ultrasharp and Apple's Cinema Display use LG's panel.
I wasn't sure about the Cinema Displays, but that would make sense. LG TFT's are insane. I have some ultrasharps with them and I was very impressed.

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i think he means who manufactures the actual screens for LG with these new models.
I'm pretty sure LG manufactures their own screens, or at least most of them.

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ips awesome

ips is inplane switching
yes, ik but I was wondering if it was ips-s or ips-e. I am going to guess it is ips-s since that is a lg technology, but I would love to see more ips-e's hit the market.
 

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Too bad it's not a RGB LED or else it would be worth it.
What do you mean? Doesn't it have to be RGB? I mean like... isn't that what every monitor and tvs color spectrum is based off of? What else could it be?
 

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Finally an LED IPS from LG that isn't inside a Dell UltraSharp.

I wonder what IPS it is.

Legit find!

Too bad the largest is only 23.
I would bet e-IPS and a similiar vein to the cheap Dell u22/2311H's

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ips awesome

ips is inplane switching
I think he meant what type of IPS

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i think he means who manufactures the actual screens for LG with these new models.
LG most likely, they make them for everyone else


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to bad the nits of brightness is only 250, my Dell has 400 i think.. very very bright monitor.
even 250 is more bright than is often comfortable. Recommended is ~110.

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What do you mean? Doesn't it have to be RGB? I mean like... isn't that what every monitor and tvs color spectrum is based off of? What else could it be?
No, the LED's are white, the panel converts it like it has for every monitor since ccfl. RGB LED's are high end and expensive.
 

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I want three and a 5970, so i can't maintain eyefinity
 

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What's with LG and Samsung monitors? When I look at both of the they have this weird same look and feel. Are they buddy companies?
On the contrary; they're VERY fierce competitors.
 

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They look good. I wonder what kind of coin we are talking though . . .
I bet slightly more than the Dell ultrasharp series, so $260-$320

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What's with LG and Samsung monitors? When I look at both of the they have this weird same look and feel. Are they buddy companies?
The exact opposite. Most companies only buy the panels and put them in a housing and add a few features. Both Samsung and LG are competing panel manufacturers though, as well as monitor makers.
 
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Well IPS panels are awesome, LED backlighting is awesome, but 16:9 is decidedly less awesome.

When did everyone decide that 1920x1080, 16:9 was defacto standard while 1920x1200, 16:10, with its extra height and more desktop space was not to be manufactured?

I ONLY buy 1920x1200 in the 24" space. I know others who do the same. But sometimes if you want certain types of monitors you don't have a choice. I am sure it is cheaper and easier to market, but you can still market 1920x1200 as 1080p, I know, my T260HD does.
 

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