Jeff Lee van GamePC heeft een korte review online geparkeerd van de 19" Hitachi SuperScan CM771 flat screen monitor met een maximale resolutie van 1600 x 1200 @ 75 Hz. Hier een plakkie:
Using the monitor for about a week was can be described with one word, amazing. At times we forgot it was an Invar Shadow Mask monitor, and for once those annoying damper wires that we often see on Aperture Grille monitors were no where to be found. Maybe you're wondering why is it only now that Hitachi is bringing a monitor that offers a flat screen tube? Well technically the CM771 is more of a flat face screen then flat screen. Confused? To some it up, the CM771 still contains a curvature tube like effect to it. To achieve what Hitachi calls flat-faced, the CM771 employs a double layer of glass. So the curve is "hidden" behind another layer of glass. Believe it or not, you have seen this common technique used in many arcade games, so this isn't something new to the market. But we believe Hitachi is the first to really perfect it with regards to the computer display market. However, there is one downside to this, the screen on the CM771 has a dot pitch rating of .26, relatively high in todays standards. We expected to see a slight magnification effect to where images at the corner of the monitor where distorted and weak brightness/contrast issues come up, but we saw no signs of these problems with this monitor.