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LG Flatron L1750SQ

The Flatron L1750SQ is yet another inexpensive LCD monitor from LG. Like the L1717S, it has a black-and-silver case, but without any designing whims whatsoever. The monitor’s appearance is overtly business-like.

The monitor’s base allows only to change the tilt of the screen and that in a rather small range, too. The thinner case, notwithstanding the integrated power adapter, makes the monitor look slimmer in profile than the above-described L1717S, even though the big round base spoils the impression somewhat.

This monitor has only one, analog input. The attached cables can be hidden under a decorative plastic panel.

The controls are placed in the bottom right of the case and are almost flush with the front panel. It’s easy to press them down, though.

 
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