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Mitsubishi RDT235WLM-S (BK) 23-Inch Full HD Monitor
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Default Mitsubishi RDT235WLM-S (BK) 23-Inch Full HD Monitor - 05-13-2013, 07:03 | posts: 20,451 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Mitsubishi is launching Â*a new Full HD monitor, the RDT235WLM-S (BK). As part of the Diamondcrysta WIDE series, this 23-inch TN LED-backlight monitor provides 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 1000:1 c...

Mitsubishi RDT235WLM-S (BK) 23-Inch Full HD Monitor
   
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Default 05-13-2013, 07:32 | posts: 6,446 | Location: Chilling

23", 5ms, 1080p, LED TN - $380?

Bugger off.
   
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Default 05-13-2013, 07:56 | posts: 38

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23", 5ms, 1080p, LED TN - $380?

Bugger off.
I agree, lol they must be on some mad drugs...
   
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Default 05-13-2013, 08:06 | posts: 9,855 | Location: Dundee, Scotland

Eh, Japan prices are never exactly great.
   
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Default 05-13-2013, 14:20 | posts: 202 | Location: NYC

I don't know why they even bother, in a year or two 4K HD TV's will be a lot more afforrable that they are now. Will it be more reasonable to get one of those as a monitor?
   
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I don't know why they even bother, in a year or two 4K HD TV's will be a lot more afforrable that they are now. Will it be more reasonable to get one of those as a monitor?
I disagree on the time, it will take more than a couple of years for them to be affordable. To asnwer your question, for gaming youŽll need a beast of gpu to handle 4k.
   
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Any new monitor with a resolution less than 2560x1440 doesn't deserve coverage on a major gaming or tech site. Really if you're an electronics manufacturer, and you produce a new model that's only 1920x1080 (or less!) in 2013, you deserve to get zero press coverage as punishment for holding back the progress of technology.

4k is way overdue.
   
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