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  1. Using a monitor instead of a TV

    HDTV: High Definition Television (LCD & Plasma)
    I am embarking on a major home renovation with the opportunity to pre-wire and install speakers and AV components in any location and configuration I like. I presently have a audio-video-computer system which includes a Panasonic plasma TV, Onkyo AVR, Apple TV, Mac Mini, Sonos, and Shaw Cable...
  2. Toronto: 24" Samsung LCD (LED) monitor $125

    Items for Sale
    Selling my extra LED LCD monitor. Specs: 23.6" (16 : 9) Screen Size LED Type 250 cd/m² Brightness Mega ∞ DCR (Static 1000 : 1) Contrast Ratio 1920 x 1080 Resolution 5 ms Response Time 170° / 160° Viewing Angle (Horizontal / Vertical) 16.7 M Color Support Interface 1 ea x D-Sub 1 ea x HDMI...
  3. New Viewsonic monitor uses just 15 Watts of power

    Industry News
    ViewSonic today announced its new 19-inch LED Widescreen Monitor (model VX1932wm) which the company says uses just 15 watts of energy. The company says the new Energy Star 5.0 compliant LCD monitor is mercury free and uses 50% less power than a traditional 19 inch monitor without compromising...
  4. nintendo Wii to HDTV through hometheatre's HDMI?

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I have a 24 in. computer monitor which has a HDMI port to it. I would like to be able to hook my Nintendo Wii to the monitor to play games. However, since the Wii gives out only the component signal, I was wondering if I could use once of the below given Hometheatre systems to plug in the Wii...
  5. LCD Computer monitors sales slowing

    Home Computing
    Global LCD monitor sales totaled 42.8 million units in the third quarter of 2008, just fractionally higher than the previous quarter, according to a recent report by DisplaySearch. Combine a slowing economy with a move to laptops and the maturation of the market and it looks like LCD monitor...