Bij GamePC is een review online gezet van de Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 22" monitor met een platte DiamondTron beeldbuis die een maximale (fatsoenlijke) resolutie trekt van 1800x1440 @ 72 Hz. Deze bak is verder relatief goedkoop gehouden door wat high-end features weg te laten zoals die wel aanwezig zijn op de 2020u en 2040 modellen.
To make the 200 more affordable for the public, Mitsubishi removed features that they thought wouldn't be needed for an enjoyable operation in the average home. So in essence, the 200 is basically a high-end monitors stripped of most of its extra features. Weighing in at close to 66 pounds, it isn't the heaviest monitor we have tested but certainly isn't the lightest. Standing behind their design, Mitsubishi based the 200 off the DiamondTron NF tube. Holding the DiamondTron tube is basically the same exact casing found with both 2020u and 2040u, making the difference between the high-end and low-end models virtually indistinguishable.
Sporting the DiamondTron label, which demands quite a bit of respect with consumers, the 200 shows itself to have excellent image quality. No doubt that the 200 didn't disappoint us and with the NF label, it was just icing on the cake. If you aren't familiar with the NF label, it stands for natural flat, meaning the screen is close to near the flatness of a LCD panel. However having a .24 aperture grille pitch the 200 wasn't as flat as the F500R from Sony, but none of us here in the office could even notice the difference between the two brands. Working with the monitor for about a day or so gave us a sense of what a great performing monitor should be like. With the glass screen having a similar glass coating to that of Mitsubishi's high-end 2040u, glare and eye strain was virtually eliminated.