NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX Video
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NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX Review
The good: Analog and digital inputs; clean design; sturdy, highly adjustable base; easy onscreen-menu navigation with joystick.
The bad: Mediocre image quality; expensive for a 17-inch monitor.
The bottom line: Most 17-inch monitors can't match the NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX's clean appearance and ease of use; however, so-so image quality limits the NEC's appeal.
NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX Specs
Manufacturer: NEC Corporation
Part number: LCD1770VX-BK
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