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The monitor division of the Japan-based electronics giant Mitsubishi has introduced two new representatives of its Diamondcrysta series in Japan. The Diamondcrysta WIDE RDT232WX and RDT232WX-S model both are equipped with an IPS panel and are based on the same type. They only differ in terms of the displays surface: While the WX model represents the matte version, the WX-S display provides a glare type surface.
Along with the majority of the LCD monitors presented during the last months, the 23-inch models provide a native resolution of 1,920 to 1,080 pixels. Their dynamic contrast ratio is at 5,000:1, the typical contrast ratio amounts to 1,000:1. With 300 cd/m2 the brightness is general average. Due to the IPS technology, the built-in panels only possess a response time of 3.8 milliseconds (grey to grey).
Mitsubishi's new IPS monitors RDT232WX/-S solely differ in terms of their display surface. (Picture: Mitsubishi)
One of the IPS-panel types greatest strengths – wider viewing angles – is being specified with 178 degrees horizontally and vertically by the maker. However, there is no such information as to possible ergonomical features such as height adjustment or a pivot function. A pair of three-watt speakers are provided for audio output. As regards connectivity, the wide screen monitors offer the expected, less surprising trinity of D-Sub, DVI and HDMI input.
Initially, both IPS monitors have been announced for the Japan market only, but even there they are not available yet. At the end of May the monitors will be commercialized at 44,800 Yen (approximately 409 Euros). Mitsubishi did not communicate when or if the monitors will be available in other regions anyway.