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The 19" Sony Multiscan 420GS.
Now on sale at an SRP of £449, exclusive of VAT, the Multiscan 420GS has a foot print similar in size to a 17" CRT. Recognising the increased use of notebooks in the office environment, used in conjunction with a standalone CRT, Sony have incorporated 2 VGA inputs, one at the rear, the other on the front panel. Ideal for making a quick and easy connection to a notebook PC, such as the Sony VAIO 505FX. The Sony developed Graphic Picture Enhancement enables the user to choose between 3 different modes to get the ideal combination of colour temperature, brightness and contrast. Flicker free resolutions are up to 1600 x 1200 at 75Hz. The Multiscan 420GS is available for review now. A full press release is available together with photograph.

24" SuperwideTrinitron
Multi-tasking is made simple with the Superwide Trinitron GDM W900.
At an SRP of just £1299 the W900 has an aspect ratio of 16:10, so two A4 pages can easily be displayed side by side. The W900 also features dual video inputs so users can work from two computers simultaneously - even between a Mac and a PC. Trading rooms, graphic and design houses and even intensive spread sheet users can all benefit from using the W900. Resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200 at a refresh rate of 75Hz are achievable A loan GDM W900 is available for review.

Who's winning the Monitor war? Answer Sony - Romtec GkK figures show Sony taking the number one position in the total 3rd party colour monitor market with a 9% market share. (Romtec GfK Oct 98) Sony are also holding number one position in the 17" 19" and 20" sector.

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