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Considering Seiko Epson was touting its inkjet OLED technology over a year ago and researchers have supposedly been developing OLEDs as cheap as newspapers for some time now, at this point we're really more interested in seeing electronics manufacturers do more walking and less talking. Thankfully

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Well doesn't that look impressive? A big 'ol 19-inch electronic ink display that appears to emulate your father's newspaper. No doubt, this massive Metal-Foil e-paper prototype from LG Display is impressive at this size (just 0.3-mm thin and 250×400mm -- about the same size as a 297×420

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Let's say you're adequately satisfied with your living room HDTV. Can you say the same about the set in your bedroom / office / guest room / etc.? Gregory can't, just check this out:\"The HDTV in my den is great, but I just can't decide on a 20- to 26-inch HDTV for my bedroom. 720p is probably good

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We'd generally assume this was just some kind of sick joke, but given Uniden's history of cranking out kid-lovin', themed LCD TVs, we're being forced to accept the fact that this here unit is indeed real. The TL19TX1 is all set to launch next month in black or white and feature a 19-inch 1,440 x 810

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We'd generally assume this was just some kind of sick joke, but given Uniden's history of cranking out kid-lovin', themed LCD TVs, we're being forced to accept the fact that this here unit is indeed real. The TL19TX1 is all set to launch next month in black or white and feature a 19-inch 1,440 x 810

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Folks situated across the pond and scouting a new 19-inch LCD TV should certainly give Humax a look -- if you're totally into white, that is. The firm has apparently added limited edition flavors of its LGB19-DTT and LGB19-DZT models, which seem to be no different than the traditional iterations out

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Norcent's 42-inch LT-4231P a bit too large for your armoire? If so, the firm is hoping to satisfy your LCD TV needs anyway with the 19-inch LT-1931 and 22-inch LT-2231. The former features a 1,440 x 900 resolution along with an 800:1 contrast ratio while the latter serves up a 1,680 x 1,050 resolut

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Norcent's 42-inch LT-4231P a bit too large for your armoire? If so, the firm is hoping to satisfy your LCD TV needs anyway with the 19-inch LT-1931 and 22-inch LT-2231. The former features a 1,440 x 900 resolution along with an 800:1 contrast ratio while the latter serves up a 1,680 x 1,050 resolu

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Gateway isn't the only company out there cranking out a new display today -- oh no, Samsung's getting in on the action, too. The 19-inch SyncMaster 942BW won't make any jaws drop, but it does feature a 1,440 x 900 resolution, five-millisecond response time, 500:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightnes

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Samsung's latest 19-inch LCD monitor is about as ho hum as they come, but its got a stylistic flair (okay, so we're suckers for that silver accent) that makes us want one anyway. The SyncMaster 931BW sports a 16:10 widescreen panel, WXGA+ (1,440 x 900) resolution, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m

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Not content with launching just a single LCD, Asus has decided to loose three new ones on us at all once. Up first is the 19-inch VW198, which features a WSXGA+ (1,680 x 1,050) resolution, 300 cd/m2 brightness, a 3,000:1 contrast ratio, five-millisecond response time, built-in one-watt stereo speak

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It's been a long time coming, but Samsung has finally loosed its 19-inch USB connected 940UX on the US public. Starting today, interested consumers can snatch the monitor up, which \"leverages Samsung's proprietary UbiSync technology to allow multiple screens to connect via USB, rather than VGA, wit

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LG's Xnote lineup essentially has all of its bases covered with regard to sizes, as it includes laptops ranging from ultraportable to ultra-ginormous -- the latter of which was recently showcased at SEK 2007. This 19-inch behemoth likely required photos to be taken from several steps back, but asid

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Looking for a 4:3 version of NEC's 1940WCXM LCD? If so, the firm's newest 19-incher just may pique your interest, as the LCD1990SX arrives with a 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 1,500:1 contrast ratio, 250cd/m2 brightness, eight-millisecond response time, and 178-degree viewing angles to boot. Moreover,

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We had a sneaking suspicion that HANNspree would revert back to its relatively flamboyant style soon enough, and just two months after busting out a surprisingly bland array of monitors, the firm is hitting back with a duo of stylish LCDs that take cues from two of America's most recognized cities.

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Acer's recently carpet bombed the US with no less than five new LCD monitors in its entry-level xSeries lineup, with models ranging from 17- to 24-inches that are rather obliquely said to be designed for \"multimedia, gaming and video applications.\" Since the specs on these two standard and three wi

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A few months and a new operating system later, it looks like I-O Data is upping the ante on its 17- / 19-inch LCDs in a couple big ways. Both of the firm's newest displays, which come in at 19- and 22-inches, sport a black or silver color scheme, dual 1.5-watt stereo speakers, VGA inputs, HDCP-com

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After DisplayLink hit us up with a cordless monitor care of Wireless USB, things really can't get much simpler for connecting LCDs with PC towers, but for those not quite ready to jump into all that, Samsung is reportedly readying a USB-only monitor that'll be showcased at CeBIT. Yep, according to

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