Westinghouse Digital's Mac-Friendly 17" Widescreen Monitor

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  1. joepunk macrumors 68030


    Aug 5, 2004
    a profane existence
    Westinghouse Digital's Mac-Friendly 17" Widescreen Monitor

    PR: Westinghouse Digital Electronics, a leading North American LCD TV and monitor provider, recommends its new HD-Grade 17" widescreen LCD monitor as an essential back-to-school product for students of all ages.

    Featuring a clean white chassis with silver trim, Westinghouse Digital's 17" HD-Grade LCD widescreen monitor delivers the color, clarity, resolution and response time that enable students to watch DVD movies or TV, play video games or surf the Internet, as well as work on school papers, projects and spreadsheets.

    "With the Westinghouse Digital 17" widescreen monitor, students can simultaneously view multiple school documents or keep a term paper open while maintaining their Internet experience via IMing (Instant Messaging)," said John Araki, director of product management for Westinghouse Digital. "Many video games are being produced in widescreen format, and this monitor is excellent for maximizing the gaming experience. Customers will find that this monitor is compact and lightweight for convenient travel, and leaves a small footprint on the desktop."

    Offering one DVI input, 1280 x 768 WXGA resolution, 15:9 aspect ratio, 400-cd/m2 maximum brightness, 600:1 contrast ratio, response time of 15 milliseconds and a 170-degree viewing angle, the monitor is currently available for an estimated $229.

    Lowendmac.com Editor's note: Almost every 15", 17", and 19" flat panel monitor has a 1024 x 768 or 1280 x 1024 resolution, which seems to make the 1280 x 768 resolution of this monitor unique - and the price is very attractive as well. This could be a great complement to the Mac mini.

    17" Widescreen LCD
  2. nosser macrumors regular


    Jan 25, 2005
    Orange County California

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