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Are you a tech-savvy urban dweller? AOC would like to have a word. The budget TV builder has a trio of new HD \"Envision\" LCDs in miniscule sizes ranging from 19-inches to 32-inches. The L19W861 starts 'em out at $299 and is designed to double as a computer monitor with its 1440 x 900 resolution. Th

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Are you a tech-savvy urban dweller? AOC would like to have a word. The budget TV builder has a trio of new HD \"Envision\" LCDs in miniscule sizes ranging from 19-inches to 32-inches. The L19W861 starts 'em out at $299 and is designed to double as a computer monitor with its 1440 x 900 resolution. Th

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EPI's Envision-branded monitors don't exactly do a whole lot to distinguish themselves from the pack, but the company sure is cranking 'em out these days, with it now adding two more reasonably-spec'd (and reasonably-priced) models to the lot. Those include the 19-inch Envision G917w1 and the 22-in

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Envision's 22-inch G218a1 display probably didn't turn a lot of heads when it was only at Best Buy, and something tells us the non-exclusive G218c1 won't capture much more attention, even with the addition of a 1.3 megapixel webcam and integrated microphone. The anonymous black design hides the sam

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Envision understands that the people need choices, and just in case neither of the two LCD HDTVs that the firm unleashed last month tickled your fancy, here comes a trio of new ones to pore over. All three units sport a 1,366 x 768 resolution, eight-millisecond response time, ATSC / Clear QAM tuners

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Envision understands that the people need choices, and just in case neither of the two LCD HDTVs that the firm unleashed last month tickled your fancy, here comes a trio of new ones to pore over. All three units sport a 1,366 x 768 resolution, eight-millisecond response time, ATSC / Clear QAM tuners

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In case Envision's pair of LCD TVs didn't do much for you last month, the firm is hoping to garner your attention with a brand new (and relatively cheap) LCD monitor. The 24-inch G416 features a 1,920 [the firm's website claims 1,900, odd] x 1,200 resolution panel, five-millisecond response time, 3,

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Envision certainly cranks out a lot of cheapo displays, but the company's latest 20-incher, the G2016wa brings quite a bit to the table for $240. The 1680 x 1050 display features a 5ms response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio, VGA and DVI with HDCP inputs, and built-in stereo speakers. Unlike Envision'

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Envision's latest duo of LCD HDTVs aren't apt floor anyone with cutting edge extras, but they do manage to pack enough features to satisfy a large chunk of those scouting a new 32-incher. Up first is the L32W661, which features a 1,366 x 768 resolution, 1,200:1 contrast ratio, eight-millisecond res

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Envision's latest duo of LCD HDTVs aren't apt floor anyone with cutting edge extras, but they do manage to pack enough features to satisfy a large chunk of those scouting a new 32-incher. Up first is the L32W661, which features a 1,366 x 768 resolution, 1,200:1 contrast ratio, eight-millisecond res

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Major chain kingpin Best Buy has teamed up with Envision, makers of illustrious, cheapo displays, to bring you the next step in frugal monitor technology -- the 22-inch G218a1. The widescreen LCD sports a 700:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, resolutions up to 1680 x 1050, VGA, D-sub and DVI-D in

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Just in case you still haven't located a \"Vista-certified\" LCD you're comfortable with, Envision is hoping one of its three latest will hit the spot. The 17-inch H1781 sports a 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, five-millisecond response time, wall-mount support, 300 nits of brightness, 700:1 contrast ratio

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