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My New Monitor

  • Subject: My New Monitor
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 22:07:58 -0400

Hi Everybody,
         I finally gave up on my ancient 16 inch Nanao monitor (10+ years old, bought with a 386-33mhz computer). It was expensive back then but had really great color and clarity, even by today's standards. The new one I bought is an Eizo Nanao 21" F930. It's a 2000 discontinued model that was factory refurbished after being returned from a lease and looks perfect, and has a full 3yr guarantee on parts and labor. I got it on Ebay for $284 with $42 shipping. This is a really great monitor and a really great deal. Nanao monitors are an expensive, high quality professional line, little known outside the graphics industry. They frequently win magazine "Best Monitor" tests. If anybody is looking for a monitor, the guy selling these has about forty of them and will sell for the same price. He's reliable and fast --- I ordered it Wednesday and it showed up today. I'd recommend it for anybody who thinks it's time for a new monitor. BTW - my old one cost more than twice as much.
                                                                                        .........Bill Meyer
Eizo/ Nanao site --- http://www.eizo.com/products/crt/index.html (F930 under "Discontinued Monitors")

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