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Four Top-Notch Inkjet Printers   1 May, 2003

The large-format printer market resembles the consumer inkjet printer market?there are multiple players, and their names are all familiar: Canon, Epson, Hewlett-Packard, and Roland.More>>

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First Looks:Design Extension for 3ds max   1 May, 2003

When Discreet's 3ds max and Autodesk VIZ diverged as products, 3ds max evolved its core modeling, animation, and rendering features with additional capabilities specific to game design and film and video effects while VIZ offered AEC-oriented features.More>>

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19" CT1904   1 Apr, 2003

Surprises can be a welcome part of life, and that?s what the Cornea Systems CT1904 is?a very pleasant surprise.More>>

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19" S19   1 Apr, 2003

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

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19" Dell UltraSharp 1900FP   1 Apr, 2003

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.More>>

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20.1" TFT2025   1 Apr, 2003

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

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20.1" Pro Lite 5131   1 Apr, 2003

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

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19" SyncMaster 191T   1 Apr, 2003

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).More>>

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19" VX900   1 Apr, 2003

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.More>>

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19" CML190B   1 Apr, 2003

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 exceptionMore>>

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