Reviews and Problems with Apple LED Cinema Display
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mz j bhalla 29, Amazon
16 January 2013
Summary: i purchased screen it had slight defects on it but nothing that stopped it from working properly .. all in all is a nice screen but i found others that where same size for cheaper ....but it really didnt matter by then because i didnt need it any longer just decided to go with a laptop instead quick delivery and prompt responses from seller
Summary: I have a G5. It came with a 2 monitor video card. One plug for DVI and the other for ADC. I feel lucky I found this monitor because it was getting real hard to find a converter and new monitors are a lot more expensive. I wonder why they discontinued ADC, its really cool the way you just need to connect it to the G5 because it draws its power from the video card. It also gives you 2 extra USB ports.
Conclusion: I am quite pleased with the display, the only thing I noticed is one very small artifact on the monitor near the bottom left corner. It appears to be something on the inside of the glass/plexiglass? I don't think it is defective LEDs. I am very happy with the bright crisp images.
Conclusion: Fantastic but expensive. It's very convenient for any MacBook PRO owner with the easy to connect cable. The display has all the features to extend the MacBook PRO, e.g. iSight camera, microphone, and speakers.
Summary: These are Great Monitors. Full Specs at EveryMac.com These Monitors were priced at $3999.00 New, then price was lowered to $2499.00 about 1/2 way through duration of manufacture. 16.7 Million Colors 1600 X 1024 Resolution. These are a bargain (IMHO) I'v got one-had the 17" Model before. I use as the main monitor on my 13" MacBook.
Summary: If you own one of the members of the new Mac laptop lineup, this display is a must have. Superthin, and equally attractive from back or front side view. As an owner of a previous generation 23" Cinema HD Display, the two are comparable, but with even greater contrast, sharpness and brightness. But it's what I call "the octopus" that sets this display apart.