Cadalyst Author

Ron LaFon


Ron LaFon, a contributing editor for Cadalyst, wrote software and hardware reviews for the publication for more than 17 years.


Article
19" S19   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

Although AG Neovo has been around since 1992, this is the first time it?s participated in Cadalyst?s monitor roundups.

Article
19" Dell UltraSharp 1900FP   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

The Dell UltraSharp 1900FP 190 flat-panel display has a thin matte silver bezel with six small but obvious buttons at the bottom-center of the bezel.

Article
20.1" TFT2025   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

At 26.4lb, the Hewlett-Packard TFT2025 is, by a slight margin, the heaviest display tested here.

Article
20.1" Pro Lite 5131   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

Iiyama?s Pro Lite 5131 is a 20.1" flat-panel display based on TFT (thin-film transistor) LCD technology.

Article
19" NEC MultiSync LCD1920NX   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

The NEC MultiSync LCD1920NX is a 19" flat-panel monitor housed in a putty-gray case with five display control buttons at the bottom of the front bezel: menu, DVI-D/D-sub selector, plus, minus, and a power on/off toggle.

Article
19" SyncMaster 191T   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

Prior to this review, I took a prolonged look at the Samsung SyncMaster 191T when I used it exclusively for the workstation roundup in last month?s issue of Cadalyst (p. 22).

Article
19" VX900   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

The ViewSonic VX900 is a 19" flat-panel display housed in an attractive matte silver and black case with seven display-control buttons at the bottom center of the bezel.

Article
9 Flat-Panel Displays   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

Most computer components go through a process of miniaturization over time, so it should come as no surprise that this is happening with monitors.

Article
19" CML190B   1 Apr, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

Superb gradations from white to black seem to be the hallmark of Hitachi displays, whether analog or flat-panel digital, and the Hitachi CML190B was no exception

Article
Xi 4306 MTower SP   1 Mar, 2003
By: Ron LaFon

@Xi Computer has once again posted the fastest figures on the Cadalyst C2001 Benchmark in a somewhat heated competition for fastest system in this roundup, though the figures fell back very slightly for both the ViewPerf and MAX4Bench tests.

AutoCAD Tips!

Lynn Allen

In her easy-to-follow, friendly style, long-time Cadalyst contributing editor and Autodesk Technical Evangelist Lynn Allen guides you through a new feature or time-saving trick in every episode of her popular AutoCAD video tips. Subscribe to the free Cadalyst Video Picks newsletter and we'll notify you every time a new video tip is published. All exclusively from Cadalyst!

Follow Lynn on TwitterFollow Lynn on Twitter





Visit the Cadalyst Whitepaper Library