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    NEC MultiSync LCD 2110 XtraView
    Author: David Pitlyuk
    Date Posted: May 1st, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: A huge monitor which is definitely nice, but it does have a couple flaws...Plus there is no DVI support.

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    The Monitor

    Lets first discuss the design of the monitor. The monitor is the normal beige color, unlike most of NEC's other LCD's, there is no black option. The actual display has a widescreen format which is very nice for portrait mode. You have the option of either using the stand that is provided with the monitor or taking it off and attaching it on the wall or an arm via any third party compliant device.

    We used the stand, which we found to work really well. First off, you have a lot of space underneath the monitor to put stuff. While this seems like a really small thing to worry about, it really does make a difference. The monitor essentially takes up practically no space at all, one of the major benefits to and LCD.

    On the bottom of the stand there is also a wheel which allows you to move the monitor in a 360 degree motion very easily:

    The stand also allows you to do things like change the rotation of the monitor to portrait mode:

    Aside from that, you can move the monitor up and down, the stand allows you to go pretty high up, and also as low as almost touching the base:

    The controls are pretty easy to use, but one of the best features was the auto setup which basically did all the settings automatically. I have another LCD here that has the same feature but it does not work all that well in terms of the color, brightness, and contrast. Aside from setting the screen perfectly to the edges, everything else was absolutely flawless, and the picture was crisp from the get go.

    The back of the monitor attaches all the wires very cleanly by having a cover which hides the wires we have all come to hate.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Specs
    3. Features
    4. The Monitor
    5. XtraView & Portrait Mode
    6. A Couple Of Problems
    7. Pros & Cons/Conclusion

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