Welcome! Log in or Register

IBM T 560 - LCD display - TFT - 15" - 1024 x 768 / 75 Hz - 250 cd/m2 - 300:1 - 45 ms - 0.3 mm - pearl white

  • Write a review >
    How do you rate the product overall? Rate it out of five by clicking on one of the hearts.
    What are the advantages and disadvantages? Use up to 10 bullet points.
    Write your reviews in your own words. 250 to 500 words
    Number of words:
    Write a concise and readable conclusion. The conclusion is also the title of the review.
    Number of words:
    Write your email adress here Write your email adress

    Your dooyooMiles Miles

  • Product Details

    The T560 flat panel monitor literally bends over backwards for you. Its revolutionary design offers a full range of motion with multiple adjustments for viewing comfort. The T560 allows you to choose between portrait and landscape viewing. Portrait viewing displays some pages in their entirety, a real plus in environments such as desktop publishing and legal. The T560 adjusts to the way you work. Its elegant design allows it to lift vertically and tilt backwards as far as 145 degrees. This feature benefits those who interact with clients across their desk in finance, banking and retail environments, among others. Also included is Pivot Pro software, which rotates any image 90, 180 or 270 degrees for multiple viewing options.

    The T560 is excellent for general business applications such as word processing, graphics and spreadsheets. Its viewing flexibility also makes it a terrific choice in other environments. With a viewable image size of 15.0" and a pixel pitch of 0.297mm, the small bezel size and thin profile of the T560 make it an excellent space-saving alternative to a conventional 17-inch CRT monitor. And, of course, it bends over backwards so you don't have to. The T560 and other IBM T Series flat panel monitors occupy only a fraction of the footprint of regular monitors. They use active matrix TFT LCD technology, which produces virtually no electromagnetic emissions. And their low energy use and heat generation can help reduce cooling and power costs.