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Wednesday, 18 July 2007 12:10

Iiyama launches 24in LCD with HDMI

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Quite affordable for it size


Iiyama has launched a new 24in LCD display with 1,920x1,200 resolution, nothing out of the norm here really, but this is the first model from Iiyama to feature and HDMI connector.

The ProLite B2403WS as it's called, als features a D-sub connector, but it seems to lack DVI, which is quite odd.

It is also HDCP compliant, has a response time of 5ms and features a pair of integrated 2.5W speakers.

Iiyama claims that you can attach an HD DVD or Blu-ray player directly to it, so it will be able to accept 1080p inputs.

It should cost €499 when it arrives in the end of July across Europe.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 18 July 2007 12:16

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