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Soyo DYLM24D6 - a cheap 24-inch display

Posted on Saturday, November 10 2007 @ 13:30:11 CET by


Last year 24" LCD displays still cost quite a lot of money but these days they are getting cheaper and cheaper. Some manufacturers like Soyo for instance already have 24" LCD displays for only $399.

ExtremeTech checked out the Soyo DYLM24D6 display to see if it's any good.
Every now and then, we come across what appears to be a real bargain. SOYO's DYLM24D6 monitor is just such a case. This 24-inch widescreen LCD is bare-bones in its feature set, but comes in at a retail price of just $399, making it one of the least expensive monitors of this size we've ever seen. That doesn't mean you should run out and buy one, though. At any price point, there's a certain minimum level of quality expected. Can this low-cost 24-inch monitor clear that quality bar, or is it just another case of "you get what you pay for?"
The display is quite cheap for a 24-incher but as usual you get what you pay for. The reviewer only gives the display a 5/10 and says it's only good for desktop and office work. Gamers or movie fans should look elsewhere.



 



 

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