Mitsubishi introduces flat, square monitors

Crotty, Cameron; Moran, Tom
October 1993
Macworld;Oct93, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p36
Reports on the availability of Mitsubishi's Diamond Scan 15FS, Diamond Scan 17FS and Diamond Pro 21FS cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors. Flat, square CRT to reduce distortion; Resolution; Vertical scan rate; Dot pitch; Adapter requirement; Prices.


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