Size: 22″ Wide
Aspect Ratio: 16:10
Pixel Format: 1680 x 1050
Response Time: 5ms
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1, 3000:1 (dynamic contrast)
Viewing Angle: 160/170
Input: DVI with HDCP, VGA
Power Consumption: 49W (Normal), 36W (ECO)
Buffalo. What a name. Bison would have been a bit better. Anyway, Buffalo is coming out with its 22″ wide LCD monitor, the FTD-W2232HSR/BK. The specifications are pretty ho-hum and so is the external design, I thought. But intriguingly the FTD-W2232HSR/BK is somewhat sharp-looking, somewhat thin in places, and almost robotic looking. A stark departure from today’s smooth, silky and even sexy works of art that LG and Samsung is pumping out every other month.
Have a look at the side view. It isn’t thick all around like most 24″ LCD monitors; there are thin places. I like the sharp, blocky ins and outs. Oh, one last thing: the dynamic contrast of 3000:1 should make happy those folks looking for pictures to pop.
[tags]Buffalo, 22″, Wide LCD Monitor, LCD Monitor, 1680 x 1050, Dynamic Contrast[/tags]