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Are people ready to spend $3,2999 for a LCD monitor yet??

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by Cabbage Soup, Apr 23, 2004.

  1. Cabbage Soup

    Cabbage Soup Thread Starter

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    Yikes!! Yikes!! I'm speehless! and i thought $600 for a 19 inch was expensive!!


    NEC 2010X 20" LCD Monitor w/XtraView in Black


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    The MultiSync LCD 2010X monitor bridges the gap between digital and analog by providing for both digital and analog input compatibility right out of the box, off a single connector!
    It also allows complete flexibility to put you in control of your LCD display with portrait/landscape capabilities and incorporates NEC's exclusive XtraView™ technology, which lets multiple users view images in either orientation without having to sit directly in front of the display.


    Low power consumption and reduced emissions decrease costs.
    OSM™ on-screen controls enable quick,easy image adjustments.
    XtraView™ technology offers the widest viewing angles available.
    Wall/arm mounting capability adds flexibility and saves on space.
    Audio input and headphone output for private listening.
     
  2. hotskates

    hotskates

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    Is that $3,299 or $32,999??? I'm assuming the first number is correct, just not sure by the number you posted?

    I'll take one:D
    And the $2,500. computer that comes with it (they forgot to mention that, right)?
     
  3. Cabbage Soup

    Cabbage Soup Thread Starter

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    ha ha!! I got carried away by all those 9's!! I gues the company think by doing that Penny Trick They will trick you to think that's it's a CHEAPER price!!! ha ha ha!!! :p
     
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