Conclusion: Like a growing number of desktop as well as notebook LCDs, the HS95P has a contrast- and clarity-boosting design that shows as glossy black instead of gray when switched off (what Sony calls XBrite). The drawback is catching an occasional glimpse of your mirror image while working with darker areas within graphics; the plus is that the display's contrast more than matches some we've seen that top its official rating of 550:1.
Pros: An elegantly slim and simple LCD monitor with both analog and digital inputs and terrific image quality
Cons: Near the top of the high-priced spread; no pivot function; XBrite screen can be reflective
Excerpt: The SDM-HS95P is a gorgeous 19in. flatpanel computer monitor - period! Perfect for enthusiasts and gamers who want high-speed performance and a cutting-edge style from a personal display, the SDM-HS95P produces images that are ...