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    Default Apple Cinema Display starts from S$1488

    Apple reduces prices on Cinema Display. Details here:

    http://store.apple.com/1800-MY-APPLE....7.1.3.0.0.1.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomshen
    Apple reduces prices on Cinema Display. Details here:

    http://store.apple.com/1800-MY-APPLE....7.1.3.0.0.1.0
    This is an excellent piece of news... $300 off the prev pricing ... now to save enuff for my Apple Mac Mini...
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    wait for Mac mini2 with Tiger preinstalled ...

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    My dream is to have a 23" display screen.

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    You're so easily satisfied? I'm hoping for 3 x 30"

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    my dream is 3x30" hehehe... but den its a dream... imagine if there is a racing game that can use 3 panels of 30"

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    You're so easily satisfied? I'm hoping for 3 x 30"
    espn we got the same thoughts at the same time sia...

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    With 3 screens, you can enjoy flight simulation games like on an aircraft cockpit! Add in a high end G5 dual processor, think u need a budget of 30K.
    Last edited by snowspeeder; 30th April 2005 at 12:47 PM.

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    DCA Me and you not that close hor, don't associate me with you



    Well with 3 x 30", I can do my development easier without switching ALT-TAB. I can have 9 windows open and do my work!

    And imagine 1 for PS, 1 for NC, 1 for Nikon View. SHIOKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Well with 3 x 30", I can do my development easier without switching ALT-TAB. I can have 9 windows open and do my work!
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    Now then I know I can do something with ALT-TAB on my mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Well with 3 x 30", I can do my development easier without switching ALT-TAB. I can have 9 windows open and do my work!

    And imagine 1 for PS, 1 for NC, 1 for Nikon View. SHIOKS!
    already got trouble fitting 2 x 20" on my 2m long sitoca table

    I dont know what kind of table u need for 3 x 30"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    already got trouble fitting 2 x 20" on my 2m long sitoca table

    I dont know what kind of table u need for 3 x 30"
    I won't know yet, but I guess it's never too difficult to find one

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    You can always custom make a table. That would be maybe another 2 - 3K?
    Or use one of those Balinese Teak Wood 8-seater Dining table as a desk. This kinda table can last a lifetime and beyond.

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    excellent singapore price, thanks for the info.

    but sorry, i dunno much about Mac, but since its DVI input, i assume its 100% compatible with PC graphics cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinx
    ... but since its DVI input, i assume its 100% compatible with PC graphics cards?
    Ya ... I'd like to know too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    DCA Me and you not that close hor, don't associate me with you



    Well with 3 x 30", I can do my development easier without switching ALT-TAB. I can have 9 windows open and do my work!

    And imagine 1 for PS, 1 for NC, 1 for Nikon View. SHIOKS!
    me not gay as well...

    anyway i always have a dream that i hope plasma screen can be cheaper and then maybe GT5 with PS3 will be able to link 3 tv screen, or maybe link up 3 PS3 to get a 'cockpit' view... i find that its still unrealistic to drive when can't see the side, best is can see your competitors overtake you from the side den u point middle finger at them... oh ya... need a U shape table...

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    Games will be games. Anyway plasmas' colour don't look good to me leh. The resolution also doesn't work for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinx
    excellent singapore price, thanks for the info.

    but sorry, i dunno much about Mac, but since its DVI input, i assume its 100% compatible with PC graphics cards?
    of cos...



    the above is windows's display properties
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    Wah Wai Use 3 Monitor!!!!!!

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    For those who are looking for a Apple panel alternative, do look at Dell's 2005FPW. Not out in Singapore as of yet, but it's selling in the States at approx S$700-800 (with their stacked discount coupons).

    It uses the same panel as the Apple 20" (LG Philips). Now this is even more tempting.

    Check for a comparison review at Anandtech.
    Last edited by SNAG; 30th April 2005 at 04:27 PM.

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