Apple Cinema Displays price crash


Apple has announced that its slick Cinema Displays have undergone a price drop. These screens are compatible with any Mac or Windows based PC that have a DVI output. And how much are they? The 30″ is still a bit of a wallet-stinger at £2,099 but lets face it, screens just aren’t meant to be that big. For the 23″ it costs £1,049 and, even after the seven inch drop from the larger model, is still one of the largest displays available. The 20″ model now costs just £549 which, when coupled with the fast latency (16ms), makes it a good choice for gamers.

The 20″ model plus the 23″ HD and 30″ HD models have seen this
re-pricing to make “widescreen flat displays affordable to even more
people”. The 23″ model is capable of 1680×1050 resolution, 16.7 million
colours and contrast ratio of 400:1. The 23″ version is capable of up
to 1920×1200 pixels and the 30″ 2560 x 1600.

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  • so, this is nothing to do with the recent revelation that the LCD is exactly the same part number as in the half-the-price-at-the-time new Dell 20″ LCD monitor, then?

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