nV News heeft een kleine review gepost van de Hitachi CM752U, een 19' monitor. Hier heb je een gedeelte, check de rest hier.
When I first booted the new PC, the Viper V550 was initially set at a resolution of 800x600, 32-bit color, and a 75Hz refresh rate in Windows 98. After testing various resolutions ranging from 800x600 to 1600x1200, I finally settled for 1152x864 in 32-bit color at a 100Hz refresh rate. After a few adjustments, I was able to square the edges of the monitor, center the screen, and save the settings for this resolution. I saw no geometry or convergence problems with the monitor.
I set the brightness indicator to 40% and the contrast to 90%. The percentages are approximations since the controls do not include a percent readout, but only a horizontal adjustment line. I also had to enable the horizontal moire adjustment and moved the indicator to about 33% to eliminate the moire patterns.
I found that a resolution of 1600x1200 to be extremely too small, even with large fonts, on a 19-inch monitor plus the fact that the Viper V550 can only pump out a 75MHz refresh rate at this resolution. At 1280x1024 the refresh rate was 85Hz, which was acceptable, but I felt the text was still to small. Large fonts looked somewhat better at 1280x1024, but I still preferred 1152x864 using a normal font and the higher 100MHz refresh rate.