Sony CPD-G200 Reviews
Product Type: Sony CRT monitors
Description:Model ID CPD-G200P / Sony CPD-G200 - Display - CRT - 17" - 1600 x 1200 / 75 Hz - 0.24 mm - VGA (HD-15) - white / The Multiscan G200 series presents this 17-inch (16.0-inch VIS) display that is ideal for the demanding corporate professional who requires exceptional image ... more
Sony CPD-G200 ... performance without sacrificing value or reliability. It's perfect for everything from spreadsheets to finely detailed graphic presentations. The virtually flat, high-resolution FD Trinitron CRT delivers superior image clarity and truer, brighter colors. And, with Sony's Enhanced Elliptical Correction System technology, the display's clarity and color are consistent from corner to corner.
To provide superior contrast and grayscale performance, the CPD-G200 series features a high-contrast black coating. This coating, coupled with the display's vertically flat screen, also helps cut glare and washout caused by ambient light. And that reduces eyestrain. Sony's DisplayMouse menu control makes this premier corporate display one of the easiest to set up, adjust and - in the unlikely event that there's a problem - troubleshoot. Users can quickly take advantage of everything the CPD-G200 series has to offer.
Newest Review: ... the signal). Even some budget Iiyama monitors manage BNCs so a black mark there for Sony. The rest of the spec is fairly ... more
Customer Sony CPD-G200 Reviews (3)
by - written on 28/06/01, updated on 28/06/01 (Very useful, 783 readings)
The CPD G200 is an excellent 17 inch monitor; I have been using one on my computer at work for several months now and I am very pleased with its performance. Specification. The monitor has an almost 16 inch diagonal visible area and a 0.24mm dot pitch. It is perfectly capable of operating at 1280x1024 85Hz, or should your eyes be up to it, 1600x1200 75Hz. For the technically minded the sync range is 30-96kHz horizontal and 48-120Hz vertical. It has two inputs, one on a D-SUB cable and the other on a D-SUB connector; switching between the two inputs is accomplished using a slider discreetly tucked away (but clearly labelled) under the front panel. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/01, updated on 07/02/01 (Useful, 407 readings)
This is one of the best 17" monitors that I have had the pleasure of casting my eyes over. The display is sharp and the Trinitron tube gives a perfectly flat screen that is pitch black when turned off. The screen is so flat that when you first see this monitor you almost think it is concave, however you soon get used to it and start thinking that non flatscreen monitors look very strange indeed.. The dual dsub inputs on the back of the monitor are a godsend if you have two machines and flicking between them is a simple case of pushing a switch on the front. The menu system for controlling the On Screen Display (OSD) can be tricky to use ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/00, updated on 06/07/00 (Useful, 351 readings)
Many people regard Sony monitors as the name to go for. The performance of this monitor backs this up. The quality is excellent right up to the high resolutions and the colour vibrancy is very good. One shortfalling is that there is a subtle shimmering effect at 85hz although this is reduced at 75hz. The overall effect of this shimmering is that it is slightly uncomfortable on the eye. However, it is still an excellent monitor. ... Read the complete review