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Princeton intros 1080p 21.5-inch display

updated 04:35 pm EST, Thu February 12, 2009

Princeton 1080p monitor

Japanese-based Princeton has launched a 21.5-inch LCD monitor, the PTFBGF-22RW. The screen is one of the smallest capable of a native 1080p resolution and has a 16:9 native aspect ratio as well as 300cd/m2 brightness. Its 1,000:1 static contrast ratio that can be boosted to a 10,000:1 dynamic ratio.

Other specs include a fast 5ms response time, along with a 160-degree vertical viewing angle and 170-degree horizontal viewing angle. The aspect ratio can be switched to a 4:3 mode to maintain the aspect ratio of the input signal. Inputs include a VGA port, two HDMI ports and a headphone output as well as a 3.5mm audio jack input. There are two 1.5W speakers built into the display.

The Princeton PTFBGF-22RW is now available, priced at the equivalent of just short of $300. [via Impress]







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  1. boomer0127

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    my 17inch MBP

    has a 1080p 1920x1200 screen.

  1. Guest

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    hey boomer....

    you don't even make sense....

  1. IxOsX

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    Finally

    Great!!! 1080p in a small TV / Monitor for I use it with my PS3, Macbook or PC. And with no need of an adapter VGA to HDMI.

    Anybody knows, in Europe, any online-store where I can buy that?


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