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Old 13-02-17, 02:40 PM
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Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display

Philips announce their Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display, coming with an ultra-thin bezel and a 1920x1200 resolution.



Read more on Philips' Ultra-thin Moda 245C7QJSB 24-inch display.

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Old 13-02-17, 03:16 PM
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I love how slim it is, but that stand, what the hell!
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I'd like to see just how thin the actual bezel is, or rather how far from screen edge to the pixels it is.

this ticks a lot of boxes but that stand is questionable also.. VGA ?? what...
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I'd like to see just how thin the actual bezel is, or rather how far from screen edge to the pixels it is.

this ticks a lot of boxes but that stand is questionable also.. VGA ?? what...
Usually used for troubleshooting or as a second input from an analog source.
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Old 13-02-17, 04:12 PM
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Usually used for troubleshooting or as a second input from an analog source.
When was the last time someone actually used a VGA port?
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When was the last time someone actually used a VGA port?
I'm still using one for my 2nd screen, though that's out of necessity rather than choice.
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I'd like to see just how thin the actual bezel is, or rather how far from screen edge to the pixels it is.

this ticks a lot of boxes but that stand is questionable also.. VGA ?? what...
Agreed - I see a lot of screens with 'super thin' bezels but then the actual display only extends to about 10mm inside that. A virtual bezel is still a bezel in my books.

I love the thin display but then the thick part where the connections and all the other bits go kind of ruin it. I guess it won't be long before all that stuff is in a separate box so you can actually have 100% thin displays on the desktop or wall. They already use the power bricks to do this to a certain extent.
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