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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-millise

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It looks like Mitsubishi isn't having much trouble keeping up with Dell these days, now following up that company's just-announced 2407WFP-HC LCD with its own similarly-spec'd DiamondCrysta RDT241W. As with Dell's latest, Mitsubishi's new model appears to boast the same desirable 92 percent color

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The shift towards a larger standard screen size isn't a surprising one (remember the dark days of 15-inch CRTs?). Besides, manufacturers need a legal reason to keep prices level as efficiency is continually increased, and consumers can't seem to get enough screen estate. Unless you've been living in

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Mitsubishi Diamondcrysta RDT261WH/(BK) is the industries first 25.5-inch H-IPS (High aperture ratio In-Plane Switching) panel. So on top of that Full-HD, 1920x1200 WUXGA resolution, this display also promises both professional color reproduction and control with a decent pixel response time to boot

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Last time Mitsubishi came out with a new monitor, it sported the new \"Diamond Engine IV\" processor. Well, Mitsu apparently isn't done with the whole diamond theme -- its new 19- and 20-inchers (available in white or black) both pack a \"Diamondcrysta\" display (whatever that is). We don't know much e

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