The Review of the Sharp LL-T15G3
I'm posting this as a separate follow up to my initial comments on the Sharp LL-T15G3 which in my opinion is a superlative LCD display at the <$300 price point. I was able to find it for $273; your mileage may vary. See the Sharp Page
- Sharp Bright Display
- Mounting Hole's For Multi-Display Stands/Arms also known as "Free-mounting VESA interface"
- Internal AC/DC converter means less desk clutter
- Auto Calibrate Timing works within 5 seconds
- Gain Control Less Than 7 Seconds
- Color supports Vivid, Standard and sRGB
- Pixel Response is excellent for Video Playback
- Games show a slight 'stutter' on fast levels (512x384 rocks, 1024x768 is where you notice the pixel response) CRT's are fastest right now
- No DVI input
- No Speakers
- Does Not Pivot for Vertical Display
The performance I saw playing Quake3 was more than acceptable for a casual gamer. Which I consider myself. The lack of vertical support is offset by the mounting brackets. If you want to do multi-headed work, buy the support hardware and you can support vertical orientation with current nvidia drivers like this for instance:
I think I got more than my money's worth, and at this price point, would consider adding an additional panel in the furture.
15" LL-T15G3 H/B Sharp LCD 15-inch (viewable) LCD Monitor with 0.8 Megapixel (1024x768) resolution, pixel pitch of 0.297mm, brightness of 260 nits, contrast ratio of 350:1, viewing angles of 160° horizontal and 150° vertical, 50,000 hour (typical) backlight.
15.0" TFT XGA 16.19 million colors with FRC 50,000 hour long- lasting backlights Brightness: 260 CD/M(2), Contrast 350:1 Power Consumption: 33W Viewing angle: 160°/150° Free-mounting VESA interface
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