Although LG is probably off attending to more pressing matters, the LCD team isn't fazed by all the drama at 3GSM, as it's busted out a new 19-incher with the oh-so-popular "world's best" label slapped right on. The FLATRON L1982U purportedly boasts the "world's highest" contrast ratio for an LCD computer monitor at 3000:1, and we're guessing the "computer" part is what allows it to hold the honors. Nevertheless, this beauty is dressed in all black, features the "f-ENGINE picture-enhancing" technology, Auto Bright to automatically set the brightness according to ambient light, 170-degree viewing angle, 2-millisecond response time, tilt / slide functionality, and a height adjustable stand. Reportedly, the firm's L1900J and L1970HR are also (albeit quietly) receiving the 3000:1 treatment, and while prices don't seem to be readily available, we're sure you'll be paying a premium for all that newfound darkness.

[Via PCLaunches]

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LG FLATRON L1982U touts 3000:1 contrast ratio