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LG Flatron L1930SQ

This model belongs to a new LCD monitor series from LG and is based on a TN+Film matrix.

The design has changed since the L1910 series: despite the wide bezel, the monitor looks more elegant, mostly due to the new, smaller base.

This base can only change the tilt of the screen, though.

The device is equipped with an analog input only; the power adapter is integrated into the case. If necessary, you can hide the cables under the removable back panel of the base. The connectors are hidden under the monitor’s decorative rear cover (it’s shifted a few centimeters upwards in the snapshot, to reveal the connectors).

Unlike in the older models, there are only four control buttons here, and quick access is only provided to the LightView modes and to the auto-adjustment. The buttons are located on the bottom edge of the monitor, are easily pressed and provoke no problems whatsoever.

 
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