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    Post LG Flatron L1810B LCD Monitor

    I reviewed this monitor back in February, as one of our backup articles should we have a gap in between brand new content. 18 inch LCD TFT, 1280x1024 and dual inputs mark out the basic features. Here's a snippet.

    Overall I'm impressed by the LG, both in terms of specification and initial out of the box impressions. The resolution is a fine fit for the overall screen size, 19" CRT owners will tell you that, and its even brightness and pin sharp display with the DVI connector are a pleasure. Colour reproduction, something that's hard to objectively test without expensive hardware or software, seems excellent.

    Check it out here.

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    not quite what you'd hope for the dough, but not bad.

    My 17" L1710B doesnt do that colour bleed thing....I've just spent ages looking

    No real mention of the USB hub tho..mine isn't powered and wont run any thing that needs a current

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    I think he should correct the article because that "pixel bleeding" can be easily solved by pressing the "Auto/Select" button any time. It automaticly puts evry pixel in it's place

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    The Auto/Select button does very little to fix that problem using either analogue or digital inputs, at least on the review sample.

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    I have a Flatron L1510S and doesn't have that problem. Sometimes every week or so I have to press the button because it is a tille bit blurry and things don't seem to look sharp enough, but after pressing the button it alwais works (at least my monitor does). I'm prety surprised that a superior model has this bug, it could be a defected one (shrug).
    Sorry for the spelling.

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