These are very nice quality Apple HD monitors that a model from a ...
Alan Menken, Amazon
5 August 2014
Summary: These are very nice quality Apple HD monitors that a model from a few years ago. I needed one to fit into a set of 3 used in a recording studio situation where one had burned out. I was quite happy to find an Amazon Marketplace seller who still had one of these in new condition.
Summary: I got one of these and you get what you pay for with this screen. The problem is you pay a lot. Its a very nice screen. Nothing more I can say. Never seen a nicer LCD anywhere. Only reason I dind't give it 5 stars is the price (which is astronomical). I use it to watch movies, do work, everything.
Fretted needlessly about whether it would be worth the cost
Mr. Pointy, Amazon
6 October 2004
Summary: I briefly considered buying this...but just couldn't justify the purchase...it seemed pricy, especially when you could get a CRT monitor with as much screen real estate for a fraction of the cost.
Summary: This thing is huge! The UPS driver saw the photo on the box and did not believe it was that big. We both had to open it up and take a look. It's like having two 17" monitors side by side, without the split. This would be great to watch DVD's on.
Summary: an absolutely amazing display, worth every penny! works with my Sapphire Atlantis ATI RADEON 9600 Pro like a charm. setup was easy. previously, i couldn't get my nvidia FX 5600 geforce to work with it, try as i might. i've always preferred the ATI cards, anyway.
Beautiful hardware, but beware of compatibility with Windows
Christopher Thomas, Amazon
6 October 2004
Summary: As a software developer with broadband internet and a TV tuner in my PC, I usually have a ridiculous number of things on screen at the same time. It's not uncommon to catch me writing code in one window, reading documentation in another, and watching TV in a third.
Summary: This monitor was designed to be used with Apple's latest G4 Macintosh product line- A single proprietary cable (called the Apple Display Connector, or ADC) provides power and video information to the monitor as well as USB connectivity to the two port USB hub built into the back of the screen.
Summary: Just bought the 23" Apple Cinema display. It works at full res with a GeForce 4 4600 and Windows XP. It has no hardware brightness/contrast controls, but the NVidia driver has these controls + gamma.
Summary: Don't let anyone tell you that this display is incompatible with PCs. I'm running it on a system with Gainward GF4 4200 video card and Windows XP. I use the Dr. Bott DVIator ($...) to convert from DVI to ADC.
Summary: Two people in my office just got this monitor. The picture is incredible. If you like to keep many applications open, the extra viewing space is handy. I just wish I convince my boss that I "need" one.