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Ergonomic design and high performance make the L1710B 17" TFT DVI monitor from LG stand out as an excellent all-round choice when looking for a quality flat-screen display.
Design-wise, the LG1710B combines versatility and convenience with compact styling and space-saving features. Unlike many other flat-panel screens the power supply is integrated into the monitor itself to reduce cable-clutter and make mounting the monitor on a wall a neater, easier option. There is also an integrated USB hub, which can be very useful when trying to connect additional devices to your PC, plus a neat keyboard storage feature to help you reclaim lost desk space.
In common with all LG's Flatron LCD series monitors, the LG1710B features a high-quality TFT LCD screen with a wide viewing angle to ensure a consistently excellent image from every direction. Dual-connectivity lets you make the best of your purchase, with the standard analogue monitor connection being supplemented by a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) socket, allowing high-quality digital-to-digital connection between computer and monitor for the ultimate in picture quality.
Had my L1710B a few months now and I really cannot fault any part of it. Buy one and I defy you to be anything other than 100% satisfied.
Aesthetically it looks the part. Read more
Another one singing the praises i guess, but as you can probably see the unit is absolutely fantastic. Read morePublished on 11 Aug. 2004 by Jay Sylvester
I just ordered this monitor a couple of days ago..
Took her out of the box and proceeded to set it up. Very straight forward process. What can i say? Read more
The monitor is very good, the picture quality is bright and sharp at 1280x1024 and even at 1024x768 in-game (CoD, 1942 et. al. Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2004 by K Singh
I didn't think an LCD monitor could ever be as bright and crisp as a CRT but I was wrong - this monitor knocks spots off any CRT display I've ever seen! Read morePublished on 2 Jun. 2004 by JohnS
I was initially sceptical about getting a LCD monitor because I always thought the picture quality could never match that of a CRT. Read morePublished on 20 May 2004 by G. Andreou
I have never had a brand new monitor, until now. I had a second-hand flat LCD screen, which after a few month's use, did the inevitable. Read morePublished on 19 May 2004 by Mrs. M. Brown
We use a lot of TFT monitors at work, and this is definitely one of the best I have seen - the quality of the image is superb, it has a very wide viewing angle, almost no glare... Read morePublished on 19 May 2004 by Barry Smith
From a personal view, I wanted a good monitor for gaming and movies on my pc and I must say I am impressed. Read morePublished on 9 May 2004 by Paul Yeung