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LG Flatron L1730P (L1730PSUP)

The Flatron L1730P seems be an exact replica of the above-described L1730B, but a closer look reveals one important thing: the base now allows adjusting the height and tilt of the screen as well as turning it into the portrait mode.

Another thing the Flatron L1730P has, but the junior models have not, is the two-port USB hub which is attached to the base behind the stand:

Well, the hub is a simple and independent device, just taking its residence on the monitor. The hub has no external power, receiving its supply from a USB port of your computer. It means you cannot attach USB devices with a total consumption of over 2.5 watts since the computer’s USB ports are not intended for currents over 500 milliamperes (500 milliamperes * 5 volts = 2.5 watts). Of course, you can just lay this hub on your desk, not attaching it to the monitor’s base.


USB hub


The hub PCB

The menu of the Flatron L1730P is the same as in the earlier-described L1730B, including the f-Engine submenu. By default, the brightness control is set to 100%, and the contrast to 70%; by selecting 40% brightness and 50% contrast I made the screen shine with a luminosity of 100 nits. The brightness is controlled with power modulation of the backlight lamps at 360Hz frequency.

 
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