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Need a few new pixels to display your shiny new digital images on? LaCie's got you covered, with its new 324i offering a premium feature set to accompany a premium price. Aimed specifically at creative pros with the pockets to appreciate a 10-bit P-IPS panel, exceedingly wide color gamuts (102 perc

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Hard to believe that the original LCD2690WUXi was introduced over two years ago, but the squared version is finally getting official here at Macworld. The 26-inch MultiSync LCD2690WUXi² packs an IPS active matrix LCD and is clearly aimed at pros and pros alone; some of the super swank features

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Sony's unveiled three professional-quality LCDs meant for video production and mastering. First up is the BVM-L420 (pictured), a 1080p LED backlit LCD specifically tweaked for more accurate black levels, meant for preview monitoring in control rooms or production trucks, 1080/24p. Next are two new

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It's a dilemma faced by nearly every photo / video editor on the planet -- stick with a huge CRT for that precise color accuracy, or make the jump to LCD for aesthetics sake? Fret not, dear worriers, as Panasonic has supposedly crafted a miracle solution with the BT-LH1760. This April-bound product

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Apparently, Eizo just wasn't kosher with busting out a brand new addition to its FlexScan lineup without also expanding the professionally-geared ColorEdge series, so just three days after seeing the HD2441W, here comes the 24.1-inch CG241W for the discerning set. This widescreen beast touts a 1,92

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It's not every day we see a 24-inch LCD demanding a cool ¥555,000 (about $4,677) but JVC's DR-V24L1D is no ordinary monitor. This 24-incher is meant for those working on HD video content and thus features a 1920x1200 resolution with 10-bit advanced image processing, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 176-d

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