“Attractive from a distance, the Apple Cinema HD 30-inch display turns out to have feet of clay on closer inspection. It is indeed an expansive and impressive LCD monitor, but its limitations cause it to fall short of the superlative claims made by Apple. It may well be good enough for your needs, but make sure you buy it with your eyes open,” PC Magazine writes in their review of Apple’ flagship monitor.
PC Mag lists as Pros: “High resolution with small pixels for a fine image. Dual-channel digital interface.” And lists as Cons: “Limited viewing angle. Moderate smearing on moving images. Requires special graphics adapter (priced at $500 to $600).”
Full review here.
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