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As one company moves out of the 30-inch display race, another looks set to step back into it. Dell's unannounced, but seemingly all too real UltraSharp U3011 has been snapped over in China, and we're being told it'll offer a formidable 2,560 x 1,600 resolution while maintaining the styling of the s

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Now that Apple's unleashing a 27-inch Cinema Display in September, what's to become of its 24-inch and 30-inch bookend brethren? Straight from the mouths of Apple execs and disseminated by way of Macworld's Jason Snell -- a man who would most definitely be in the know -- the dynamic duo is being di

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Color-critical displays have been around for ages -- you've just had to look really hard and break out some serious change in order to claim one. Now, however, HP's aiming to make a professional display that's actually somewhat affordable for the layman, and that monitor is the DreamColor LP2480xz.

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When you're driving \"pinpoint calibration, consistent light output, and enhanced color/grayscale compensation\" as the main selling points of your new monitor, it can only be NEC behind the wheel. Their 30-inch, MultiSync LCD3090WQXi letter-pie targets professionals in the media arts with a 2,560 x 1

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Eizo sure looks to have outdone itself with its latest FlexScan monitor, which considerably ups the size and specs (and price) over the company's previous models. Leading the list of attention-grabbing specifications is the monitor's 2560 x 1600 (or WQXGA) resolution which, when combined with the d

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Following in the footsteps of so many others that have come before it, Gateway is finally introducing a 30-inch display of its own, and it's tooting its own horn all the while. Notably, the firm claims that its XHD3000 is the \"world's first Quad-HD display\" -- which we're sure more than a few outfit

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Following in the footsteps of so many others that have come before it, Gateway is finally introducing a 30-inch display of its own, and it's tooting its own horn all the while. Notably, the firm claims that its XHD3000 is the \"world's first Quad-HD display\" -- which we're sure more than a few outfit

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We know, when you think 30-inch monitor, you think of a hot, massive hunk of widescreen glass, usually 16:9 or 16:10 -- not the case today with Samsung's new 30-inch XL30, which is an especially big bummer because it's LED-backlit. They're pegging it as having \"123% color production\", Adobe RGB sup

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Samsung is showing off their LED-backlit LCDs today at the ICDL 2007, or Int'l Conference and Exhibition on Display LEDs... where else. First up is their 30-inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel (WQXGA) resolution panel (pictured above) capable of 16.7M colors, 300cd/m2 brightness, 6ms response, 180-degee viewin

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The competition is really heating up in the 30-inch display space. Dell keeps slashing its own 3007WFP prices to ridiculous extremes (we just spotted it for $1,274 on Dell's own site), Apple finally got its 30-incher under two grand in August, and now HP is busting out its own aggressively priced op

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Watch out, Apple n' Dell. You two are officially no longer the only pair to offer those behemoth 30-inch monitors to screen real estate-hungry power users across the world. Seeing a split market that could easily afford one more, Quixun (\"Quick Sun?\"), a Japanese firm we'd never heard of until toda

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