Princeton may have already unveiled two monitors this month, but that doesn't mean it can't or won't bring out some more.
The two displays that Princeton has unveiled
in the country of sunrise are called PTFBYF-24W and PTFBYF-19W.
Their names already make it more or less clear what their sizes are, although the latter may be somewhat misleading.
Rather than 19 inches, the PTFBYF-19W has a screen diagonal of 18.5 inches.
Since we're on the subject, this panel, being the smaller of the duo, lacks support for Full HD images.
That means that it makes do with a TN-film panel of 1,366 x 768 pixels, or HD (High-Definition).
Other than that, the monitor boasts a brightness of 250 cd/m2, a response time of 5ms and viewing angles of 160 degrees.
Furthermore, the contrast ratio is of 1,000:1 (Dynamic Contrast Ratio/DCR is 100,000:1), and the input options are DVI-D and D-Sub.
The other monitor, PTFBYF-24W, also uses a TN panel, which means that the viewing angles are the same (160 degrees H/V).
The rest of the specs are quite similar to those above: brightness of 250 cd/m2, 5 ms response time, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (100,000:1 DCR).
On the flip side, the resolution is superior: 1,920 x1,080 pixels, Full HD as it were (Full High-Definition). As for connectivity, Princeton tossed in DVI-D, D-Sub and HDMI.
Both of Princeton's monitors have 1W speakers and LED backlighting, The 24-inch PTFBYF-24W is aid to possess a price of 19,800 JPY ($239 / 180.95 Euro), while the PTFBYF-19W sells for 12,800 JPY ($154.7 / 116.56 Euro).
All things considered, the products are a bit overpriced, especially the 19-inch one. For something that lacks 1080p and HDMI, it definitely wants its cash. Again, we'll leave it to prospective buyers to decide if it is worthwhile to spend their cash on the things.