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March 14, 2005

Sony Flat-Panel Monitors

The good: Stunning design; unholy brightness; sharpness & contrast; dazzlingly vibrant colors; competitive price.

The bad: Only analog RGB inputs; wide bezel; minimalist feature set.

The bottom line:Everything you’d expect from a Sony: Incredible looks, great performance and, given its visual capabilities, a solid price tag.

At first glance, Sony’s latest SDM HS-93 Flat Panel LCD (liquid crystal display) looks incredible--and is even more stunning when turned on. From its mammoth 19-inch viewable screen, to a 170-degree viewing angle, to an almost unheard of contrast-ratio of 700:1, this head-turner of a panel will not only impress Sony-style fans with its sleek looks and visual prowess, but also laggards intending to make the transition from CRT to LCD. Forget extras, though; to keep pricing at a competitive S$1,699 (US$985) Sony has skimped on the SDM HS-93's feature set.

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