Sorry about that. I just made the logical conclusion that since the 24" didn't use that, the 30" wasn't either. It seems nothing is logical in the world of LCD's. 30" S-IPS sounds like one bad ass monitor.Badd said:The 3007WFP is S-IPS?! It uses an LG.Philips LM300W01 S-IPS panel
tHe_BiNk said:The Russian LG site has the specs up:
Some more specs:
Price 645 euro (Finland) that cannot be right?
Mmmm in Sweden its 690 euro? Could it be this cheap?
tHe_BiNk said:20 NOV is the release date on a number of sites, but nothing official.
Badd said:i'd be surprised if they left off DVI, but guess we will have to wait and see.
DRAXX said:I was thinking of getting a 2407 originally but with all the problems it had, I found myself going for the benq fp241w. But with the lack of 1:1 pixel mapping, i decided not to go for it.
D oes anyone know if this will include 1:1 mapping. Would like it mostly for when i plug in a console. I am mostly a PC user so its not such a big deal but would be nice.
also what are the specifications compared to the 2407 and the fp241w? Would be nice to see if this is better or of similar quality.
Most likely not, because LG is 24-inch and Cinema Display is 23-inch. The specs of these two displays are also different.cb474 said:Also, since this is an LG monitor, I assume it will have the same type of LG-Phillips S-IPS panels that are in the Apple Cinema Displays?
xeefus said:... But it says only 16.2 million colors?! That's not right is it?
artmonkey said:I think this is correct, although 8bit values for each of the RGB colours should come to 16.7m and not 16.2m. Does anyone know why there is a slight difference? if it's correct I guess there is some trickery in the figures going on. That said, even the NEC LCD2690, which is made for colour accuracy and has a 12bit (68.5 billion colours) LUT (look up table) still can only out put 16.7 million colours.
This NEC (LCD2690WUXi) is also an IPS panel but is labelled specifically as "A-TW-IPS (Advanced True White) IPS panel", I don't know how this compares to an S-IPS panel, it's all so confusing...