First Look Review: Philips 230WP7NS

30 May, 2006 By: Ron LaFon

23" LCD monitor offers good looks, excellent display quality and flexibility in connectivity options


The Philips 230WP7NS is a new 23" flat panel LCD monitor designed for business users. Featuring a wide-aspect (16:10) 23" panel with WUXUGA resolution that has a display default at 1920x1200, the 230WP7NS can display two full-size letter or A4 pages side-by-side. A pixel pitch of 0.258x0.258mm makes it easy to read 6.8-point type (9 pixels tall) at the default resolution.  Read more >>p>


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