Don't expect anything miraculous from Mitsubishi's latest announcement, but the firm is doling out a bevy of totally average
LCD monitors for those in the market. First up is the 19-inch RDT193WM, which features a WXGA+ (1,440 x 900) panel, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, five-millisecond response time, 160-degree viewing angles and VGA / DVI inputs. Moving on up, we find the 20.1-inch RDT203WM / RDT203WM-S, which sports a 1,680 x 1,050 resolution but otherwise mimics the specifications on its smaller sibling. Finally, the 22-inch RDT222WM rocks the same WSXGA+ panel as the 20.1-incher, but an HDMI port is thrown in to further differentiate it from the pack. As for pricing, expect the bunch to land later this month for ¥34,800 ($307), ¥44,800 ($395) / ¥49,800 ($439) and ¥54,800 ($483), respectively.