ComChip heeft een review online van de Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u 19" monitor. Hier is een gedeelte, lees de rest hier.
Lets cover the BORING stuff first. The 900u is Mitsubishi's premier 19" monitor and is equipped with a DIAMONDTRON NF (Natural Flat) CRT that boasts a 0.25 mm center and 0.27 mm edge aperture grill pitch. For those of you (like me) who don't like numbers, this translates into nice, sharp text. Even 5 point text is readable on this display. The monitor can handle up to 1600 x 1200 at 75Hz, which is about on par with the other 19" monitors out there. In fact, would anyone even want to run higher resolutions on a 19"? The 900u also features a USB self-powered hub with two upstream and three downstream ports. Nice if you use them, personally, I don't. A nice little extra included in the box is a Mac adapter for those poor souls stuck with THOSE computers (just kidding). Saves a couple of bucks and the adapter has DIP switches on them for added convenience.
As previously stated, the image quality of this monitor is simply astounding compared to my last monitor. It's basically night and day. The images are crisp and clear, and the colours stand out and are vibrant. The first time I turned the monitor on, I was awestruck. One thing that all aperture grill monitors have that may be of some annoyance are two thin, horizontal lines going across the display. These are fine wires and the Mitsubishi can't be penalized for having them. Games come alive on this monitor, but DVD's are just astounding. I'll never watch a DVD on my TV again. Just can't take the flat, washed out colours. One thing I should mention is that the monitor has a completely flat screen. First time I saw it, I thought it was concave. Great for impressing friends.