Here ya go Burke!
"Sony's name was once synonymous with high-end workstation monitors. Back in '99 / 2000, before LCD monitor technology had really taken off, CRT monitors were still the only thing to consider for kind of professional level content creation. While there were dozens of CRT manufacturers out there, Sony's name was always associated with display screens of the highest caliber. While Sony monitors were typically more expensive compared to the competition, they were always worth it in the end due to their incredibly sharp pictures, solid build quality, and perfect color calibration.
Sony's name, on the other hand, has never been associated with top of the line LCD monitors. While Sony has produced some incredibly thin screens for the consumer market, they have never really struck a chord with gamers or workstation users with their monitors. Companies like Viewsonic and Samsung have had much better luck in these environments, and Sony has continually followed behind these two companies in terms of LCD monitor innovation. Sony wasn't even a consideration for a true high-end workstation user. That is, until now.
Now that LCD technology is (for the most part) up to par with CRT screens in terms of display quality, flexibility, and color reproduction, we're seeing many high-end workstation customers completely switching over to LCD's. After all, the benefits of ultra-thin screens, low power consumption, and pure aesthetic appeal are just too good to pass up. In addition, pricing for high-end LCD monitors has dropped dramatically within the past six months - so big displays are finally getting very attractive. All of the pieces are finally falling into place for LCD’s to finally take over the last realms where the CRT monitor is still king.
Today at GamePC, we're looking at Sony's brand new P-234/B LCD display, one of the most impressive displays ever produced to date. The P-234/B boasts a 23" widescreen display, a 1920 x 1200 native resolution, an ultra-thin bezel, and capping it all off, a 16ms pixel refresh rate, something which is unheard of for an LCD display of this size. Even more attractive is the fact that this screen is selling for in upwards of $500 less compared to Sony's previous generation 23" LCD display. Sound too good to be true? Let's continue. "
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