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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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July 11, 2007 at 5:47PM
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While you may know HANNspree best for their fire truck or sheep-themed TVs, it seems that the company is also quite capable of producing some decidedly blander fare, as evidenced by its latest batch of thoroughly run-of-the-mill widescreen monitors. Standing out the most from the lot is the 22-inch

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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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Man, what a racket they've got going over there at Microsoft. Not only does the company get to unilaterally decide exactly when we all \"need\" a new operating system, it gets to siphon money off of hardware manufacturers for the privilege of advertising their products as \"Vista-certified.\" Now we ca

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