Apple LED Cinema Display Monitor-GBR
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Introducing the 24-inch LED Cinema Display. It doesn’t just expand the screen of your new MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air. With a built-in iSight camera, mic, and speakers, it expands your whole experience.
A display of forward thinking.
The LED Cinema Display is the ultimate accessory for the ultimate notebook, featuring advanced LED technology and a gorgeous glass screen that stretches from edge to edge.
Every desk should be so lucky.
Amazing from all sides, the LED Cinema Display has a superthin profile that makes for an exceptionally streamlined workspace.
Integrated power with easy connection.
Inside the incredibly slim profile of the LED Cinema Display is an internal power adapter that lets you charge your MacBook using the display’s MagSafe connector.
Built-in iSight camera, mic, and speakers.
Be seen and heard with the neatly integrated iSight camera and microphone. And enjoy your music and videos with the built-in speaker system.
Built-in camera: Yes
Built-in speaker(s): Yes
Cable lock slot: Kensington
Contrast ratio (typical): 1000:1
Display brightness: 330 cd/m²
Display diagonal: 61 cm (24")
Display resolution: 1920 x 1200 pixels
Energy Star certified: Yes
I/O ports: 1 x Mini DisplayPort
Power consumption (standby): 1 W
Power consumption (typical): 212 W
Power requirements: 100 - 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz
Response time: 14 ms
TV tuner integrated: No
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity: 3
USB hub version: USB 2.0
Viewing angle, horizontal: 178°
Viewing angle, vertical: 178°
Weight: 9.5 kg
Width (with stand): 57.3 cm
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm using with a Macbook Pro and had no problems. East setup. DVD and TV also great.
Apple, make a matte version. These are good for people with no light behind, but if you have a window get a blind for it.
So when Apple do it good... It's almost fantastic. Enter their new full HD LED display screen. Aside from the silver/white back panel, it's design almost mimic's the current iMacs design, which leaves me to understanding why an LED screen of such quality is almost as thick as the iMac... Because it houses quality components, unlike it's poor desktop counterpart.
USB ports are available on the back like the previous generation, and in turn this requires one USB plug to be inserted on your Mac to transfer the data. This is extermerly handy if you want to keep external HDD's under your screen and keep your Mac to just temporary devices. Although the previous Cinema Display had this feature, it's been extended which can't be bad. A MagSafe power plug has also been incorporated which is obviously fantastic for MacBooks (because you can't overcharge the battery), and the Mini Display Port.Read more ›
Walking around stores looking at the various screens the Apple LED sticks out as the best. Its very sharp, beautiful colours. I have the latest Mac Book Pro and the leads supplied with the screen link to the laptop providing it with power as well as the digital screen connection. I'm new to Mac's. The bluetooth keyboard and Mighty Mouse set up easily. With the Mac open the desktop goes from laptop screen to 24", you can drag between them. wierd! With the laptop closed after some seconds the screen springs to life. It wakes up on moving the mouse or hitting the keyboard.
This is the best monitor I've had in 20 years. They keep getting better, the new LED screens are the current biz.
The review below, referring to Samsung LED technology, I'm afraid is completely misleading. Samsung LED TVs, such as the UE40B7020 are NOT "true LED" panels.
So i wonder where the reviewer is getting his information from.
Samsung's new LED models....(according to their website, and i quote):-
"employ(s) the "Edge LED" technology which is quite different from the local-dimming LED backlighting system we have previously seen ..."
"In "Edge LED" HDTVs, white LEDs are mounted along the edges of the screen to illuminate a cleverly arranged array of reflective plates which then steers the light forward and out of the screen."
SO NOT a "full LED screen"
Now I have no reason to assume that the Samsung models are not superb devices, I have a Samsung TV which i bought a couple of years ago, which has been great, BUT please don't review an item based on non-existent comparisons.*
My experience of the Apple screen in question , is that it is an excellent screen, fully capable of delivering the results that I need, mainly semi-pro photographic work, and some pro-sumer level video editing. I know there are better screens out there. They cost a lot more. There are cheaper screens out there, most of which, to my ageing eyes are not as good for my kind of usage. (Your mileage may vary!)
Certainly if you already have compatible Apple hardware, then this monitor is a "No-Brainer" as the young folks say.
* If there ARE any TRUE LED monitors out there, at a (semi) reasonable price, I would be more than glad to hear about them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It come not will package therefore had a fault and had to go back which was dealt in a professional manner if it was not for then promising to to pay for the cost to send back... Read morePublished on 3 Jun. 2013 by Mr. T. Lee
Whilst this is an able monitor it is *NOT* and LED monitor as it says on the box and in the title.
Read the 'technical details'. Read more
This review contains important information for any one thinking of buying this screen for use with a mac pro computer, as I was, so far the Apple Store site have stopped it being... Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2009 by S. D. Emmerson