Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 720 is rather qualitative monitor. The stable clearness, optimum contrast and exact colors are important factors, defining suitability of the monitor for use in critical to quality of a screen image applications, such as processing of graphics, multimedia, desktop publishing systems and systems of designing. Diamondtron NF (Natural Flat) is a new generation of tubes with an absolute flat surface of a screen. Tube contains a new electronic gun with technology PNX-DBF (technology of dynamic shaping of a ray), improving a focussing on all field of image. Now in any point of a screen the electron beam forms always round light spot, that essentially increases sharpness of an image on edges (at former tubes a spot in angles of a screen had the form of an ellipse). The favorable impression is made also by function of suppression moire. Dignities Plenty of professional tunings. A traditionally quality tube DiamondTron NF (Natural Flat). Unsurpassed sharpness of an image, irreproachable geometry and high exactitude of graphics. Technology of dynamic shaping of a ray (PNX-DBF Technology), improving a focussing on all field of image. "Magic" function FPM - Fine Picture Mode, automatically optimizing an image. Defects The menu picking in one side (for returning, is necessary in a cycle "to thumb through" all possibilities). Dynamic focussing When the stream of electrons hits in center of a screen the spot, formed by is strictly round. When a ray rejections to angles, the form of a spot is distorted, becoming elliptic. As a result the loss of clearness of an image on edges of a screen is observed. Mitsubishi applies technology NX-DBF (Dynamic Beam Forming), that allows to correct the form of a spot in each point of a screen and to avoid of circumscribed effect. Technology GeoMACS The stream of electrons is controlled with the help of magnetic field, on whi ch can render influence external magnetic fields (including a field of the Earth). It results in significant color distortions, especially on dark plots of an image, and makes the monitor unsuitable for professional work with color. Developed Misubishi the technology GeoMACS (Geomagnetic Measurement And Compensation System) allows the monitor automatically to compensate influence of a magnetic field of the Earth. The developed screen menu Even the most complicated technics should be simple in use. The screen menu in monitor is developed with the purpose of simplification of use of adjustments and at the same time grantive the user a possibility of point management even in the most thin performances of an image. The additional software (DiamondControl) allows setting all adjustments immediately from the computer. Excellent ergonomics This monitor has well thought design, which differs by ergonomics and compactness. This display is capable to justify many your hopes. Quality, design, easy in use, new technology and many others.
I got my monitor as apart of a system from MESH plc last year around mid June (2000). One day later I got home to use my pc when suddenly, click, the monitor wouldn't switch on. I was rather p****d off as it was brand spanking new. So I rang up MESH who told me that it was under guarantee with Mitsubitshi and that I should contact them. SO I rang Mitsubitshi and they were so nice and professional about the whole situation. They said they'll send a brand new one next day by midday. Yep I know what you might be thinking, but guess what, they delivered on time no hassles and to this day (1 Sept 2001) it's been as sparkling as the first day. Bearing in mind I use my screen a a daily basis. The quality of this monitor is absolutely amazing. The casing is sturdy and has curves in the right places. Now onto the screen itself, well what can i say, it took some getting use to when i first got the monitor as the screen seems to be curving out. The screen is so flat and the black is true black. Picture wise it can't be faulted, my desktop is on 1600 x 1200 @ 75 refresh rate, and it's so sharp and easy on the eye. The quality is probably even better than most monitors on the market today. I play a lot of games from Unreal Tournament, Quake 3, Red Alert series, Age of Empires to Transport Tycoon. As well as games I use my pc for watching tv and DVDs. DVD Colours are not very vibrant but well above standard. In all the Mitsubitshi is definitely recommended. That is if you can find one.
This monitoe from Mitsubishi is really good. It looks really smart and modern, due to it's completely flat screen and makes you wonder how you put up with your old monitor !!! It is VERY anti-reflective which is very good and it has osd (on-screen-display) with many different screen featues that you can change, much more than i have ever seen before on a monitor. It is a very good size @ 17", not too big, not too small. Overall a very good buy !!
I have been very impressed with this monitor in the few weeks that I've been using it. The flat tube really is sharp, picture quality is excellent right to the edges and the colours are vibrant. When directly in front of the screen, there are virtually no reflection problems, partly due to both the flatness of the tube and an anti-reflective coating. One downside might be that colours are not quite as vibrant as on other 17" monitors using this tube technology. There is a 'fine picture mode' button which seems to bring the colours more to life, but using this doesn't help when playing games with a gloomy environment because everything looks black! I suspect this mode is more for DTP/CAD work. The setup is a bit fiddly, it took me a few days to get rid of the various pin-cushion and trapezoid problems with the image, but overall I have been very impressed by this monitor. In the windows control panel, there doesn't appear to be a way of altering the refresh rate, so I just have to assume that I'm using 85Hz at 1024x768. The resolution will go up to 1600x1200, good for looking at large pictures but useless for anything else on a screen of this size.