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Last updated on 09/30/14 12:45:36
 
 
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• 29.8" Viewable Size • Max Resolution 2560 x 1600 • 1000:1 Image Contrast Ratio • 12 ms (On/Off); 6 ms (midtone) Response Time • 170 Watt Power Consumption
 
 
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Older product, look for current models
 
 
 
 
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Software and Drivers MX300W | EIZO CORPORATION
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