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    Looking for 20" glossy widescreen monitor

    Joemama is correct. The last of the inventory was bought by newegg some time ago. I think they are all pretty much gone there to so I would buy it if you can find it.
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    Looking for 20" glossy widescreen monitor

    I think the NEC 20WMGX2 is the only 20 inch widescreen with a glossy screen. Better get it soon though cuase they are almost all gone if they arent already.
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    NEC LCD2690

    Dissapating heat. Since the power supplies are all internal in the NEC's ventilation is needed to avoid over heating and such.
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    Photoediting - 19" WS recomendations

    double post
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    Photoediting - 19" WS recomendations

    There really isnt a 19 inch wide screen that is good enough for serios photo editing. would either get a 4:3 19 inch from NEC or a 20 inch widescreen from either dell or NEC>
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    NEC LCD2690

    The high pitched issue has been dealt with. It was pretty much only existant in the very first production run which almost all of shipped to Europe. There have not been reports of models being purchase with the noise in months. As for the box dimensions, it is way to big to take as a carry...
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    Need reccomendation for Dr. viewing x-rays

    The Dr. Should definitly be using something with an IPS panel. The current Planar he is using is scary since it uses a TN. Doing X-Rays on a display like that could easily lead him to miss many details. Look at LCD1990SXi-BK or LCD1990FX-BK by NEC.
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    NEC LCD2690Wuxi for photography / photo-editing

    if you still cant get it try using the users manual http://www.necdisplay.com/cms/documents/UserManuals/LCD2690WUXiBK_UserManual.pdf
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    NEC LCD2690Wuxi for photography / photo-editing

    Pressing the input button should bring you to the OSM right?? If you want to go to the advanced menu just turn the display off. Then hold input and power. Once the display is on you should be able to access the advanced settings.
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    NEC LCD2690

    Just push the input button on the outside of the display.
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    NEC LCD2690Wuxi for photography / photo-editing

    There are two different menus in the display. the fist is accessed by simply pushing menu the second is accesed by holding the input button and power button together when the display is off. ONce it is on press menu and you will have a new set of advanced options.
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    21" - 22" CRT's

    Who is still selling them brand new??
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    Is the NEC 20wmgx2 worse for your eyes because of the screen???

    Best Buy doesnt want to sell / pay for a premium product. They would rather sell 5 displays that are identical by different manufacturers at low prices. You can say good bye to IPS in retail after the 20WMGX2 because of this.
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    What 21' Display WS for gaming ?

    Dont think there are many options here. Either Samsung or Gateway. 21 inch widescreen will be phased out soon. It is going away with the 23 inch wide.
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    Best IPS LCDs?

    There are 90 series that use both PVA and IPS. For the most part they are identified with either an "i" or a "p" at the end of the part number. With some exceptions. As for they 70 series they use TN, PVA, MVA, and IPS depending on the model. Only IPS at the moment is the 2070NX
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