GameWire heeft een review online gemikt van de vrij heftige Sony Trinitron Multiscan 500ps 21" monitor. Hieronder een hap uit de review, lees hier verder.
I'll group the rest of the features together from the above list. The Sony 500ps gives excellent resoultion and refresh rate support with its max resoultion being 1600x1200 @ 85Hz. I run my desktop at exactly this setting and it looks awesome especially with my Voodoo 3's 350 Mhz RAMDAC. The colors are vibrant and really are distinct. The Sony 500ps is what I would call a gamer's monitor - great vibrant colors, a large viewable area and excellent geometry due to the flat surface. In addition to great resolutions, refresh rates and color definition, the Sony 500ps supports dual inputs (the ability to plug to boxes into one moniotr). The ability to run dual inputs is a necessary feature for me since I run 2 machines here. First of all, dual input ability saves space, hassle and electricity (hehe, I'm talking to you Woods). You can switch bewteen the two boxes by simply pushing a button located on the front panel of the monitor (convienently named Input). The 500ps is "built for Win 9x and NT" as well as being Mac compatible (hear that Terry?). The 500ps actually comes with a Mac adapter so that you can plug it into the back of your favorite PowerPC. Sony packages its monitor with a 3 year warranty, which is always a nice plus.
In conclusion, the Sony 500ps performs pretty well when stacked up against other monitors. Its flat appearance, color quality, dual input ability, high refresh rates at high resolutions and 3 year warranty all make the Sony 500ps a great performer. The only downside to my 500ps experience would be the text quality and the ease of reading on the 500ps.