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Old February 24th 04, 09:57 PM
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Default IIYAMA Monitor model : S102GT, and DELL P1110, are they the same monitor?

I acquired a monitor from microexchange on auction at ebay. The
monitor was listed as iiyama S102GT 21" monitor. Instead I received a
Dell P1110 monitor. Are these
the same monitors? The name dell was never mentioned in the ad. Here
are some problems regarding this monitor:

Physical Condition:
1) creack on the left top corner.
2) crack behind the left top conrer along the glass plate.
3) power switch jammed.

Performace issues:

1) there is a slight pink tinge to the color. not pure white.
2) the monior display at the bottom is blank by more than
quarter inch above the baseline. Yes expanding the display
should fill out the bottom part. But instead the upper area
streches beyond the screen frame, but at the bottom it remains
above the lower edges.
4) the picture is tilted slightly by perhaps by 1.5 degrees.

Other than that, the picture quality is excellent. It is a very sharp
monitor.

Using the AIDA system information about this monitor I get the
following.

Monitor Properties
Monitor Name Dell P1110
Monitor ID DEL50AB
Model DELL P1110
Manufacture Date Week 42 / 1999
Serial Number 9171RB1CP4A9
Max. Visible Display Size 40 cm x 30 cm (19.7")
Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3
Horizontal Frequency 30 - 121 kHz
Vertical Frequency 48 - 160 Hz
Maximum Resolution 1800 x 1440
Gamma 2.50
DPMS Mode Support Standby, Suspend, Active-Off

Supported Video Modes I acquired a monitor from microexchange on
auction at ebay. The
monitor was listed as iiyama S102GT 21" monitor. Instead I received a
Dell P1110 monitor. Are these
the same monitors? The name dell was never mentioned in the ad. Here
are some problems regarding this monitor:

Physical Condition:
1) creack on the left top corner.
2) crack behind the left top conrer along the glass plate.
3) power switch jammed.

Performace issues:

1) there is a slight pink tinge to the color. not pure white.
2) the monior display at the bottom is blank by more than
quarter inch above the baseline. Yes expanding the display
should fill out the bottom part. But instead the upper area
streches beyond the screen frame, but at the bottom it remains
above the lower edges.
4) the picture is tilted slightly by perhaps by 1.5 degrees.

Other than that, the picture quality is excellent. It is a very sharp
monitor.

Using the AIDA system information about this monitor I get the
following.

Monitor Properties
Monitor Name Dell P1110
Monitor ID DEL50AB
Model DELL P1110
Manufacture Date Week 42 / 1999
Serial Number 9171RB1CP4A9
Max. Visible Display Size 40 cm x 30 cm (19.7")
Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3
Horizontal Frequency 30 - 121 kHz
Vertical Frequency 48 - 160 Hz
Maximum Resolution 1800 x 1440
Gamma 2.50
DPMS Mode Support Standby, Suspend, Active-Off

Supported Video Modes I acquired a monitor from microexchange on
auction at ebay. The
monitor was listed as iiyama S102GT 21" monitor. Instead I received a
Dell P1110 monitor. Are these
the same monitors? The name dell was never mentioned in the ad. Here
are some problems regarding this monitor:

Physical Condition:
1) creack on the left top corner.
2) crack behind the left top conrer along the glass plate.
3) power switch jammed.

Performace issues:

1) there is a slight pink tinge to the color. not pure white.
2) the monior display at the bottom is blank by more than
quarter inch above the baseline. Yes expanding the display
should fill out the bottom part. But instead the upper area
streches beyond the screen frame, but at the bottom it remains
above the lower edges.
4) the picture is tilted slightly by perhaps by 1.5 degrees.

Other than that, the picture quality is excellent. It is a very sharp
monitor.

Using the AIDA system information about this monitor I get the
following.

Monitor Properties
Monitor Name Dell P1110
Monitor ID DEL50AB
Model DELL P1110
Manufacture Date Week 42 / 1999
Serial Number 9171RB1CP4A9
Max. Visible Display Size 40 cm x 30 cm (19.7")
Picture Aspect Ratio 4:3
Horizontal Frequency 30 - 121 kHz
Vertical Frequency 48 - 160 Hz
Maximum Resolution 1800 x 1440
Gamma 2.50
DPMS Mode Support Standby, Suspend, Active-Off

Supported Video Modes
640 x 480 160 Hz
800 x 600 160 Hz
1024 x 768 145 Hz
1152 x 864 130 Hz
1280 x 1024 110 Hz
1600 x 1200 95 Hz
1600 x 1280 85 Hz
1792 x 1344 85 Hz
1800 x 1440 75 Hz

Monitor Manufacturer
Company Name Dell Computer Corporation
================================================== =========================
If the iiyama monitor is OEM for Dell P1110 then the dealer has
been truthful, otherwise I have a right to return it. Can someone
tell me more about this monitor and what would be best course of
action.

Thanks,

PP..
640 x 480 160 Hz
800 x 600 160 Hz
1024 x 768 145 Hz
1152 x 864 130 Hz
1280 x 1024 110 Hz
1600 x 1200 95 Hz
1600 x 1280 85 Hz
1792 x 1344 85 Hz
1800 x 1440 75 Hz

Monitor Manufacturer
Company Name Dell Computer Corporation
================================================== =========================
If the iiyama monitor is OEM for Dell P1110 then the dealer has
been truthful, otherwise I have a right to return it. Can someone
tell me more about this monitor and what would be best course of
action.

Thanks,

PP..
640 x 480 160 Hz
800 x 600 160 Hz
1024 x 768 145 Hz
1152 x 864 130 Hz
1280 x 1024 110 Hz
1600 x 1200 95 Hz
1600 x 1280 85 Hz
1792 x 1344 85 Hz
1800 x 1440 75 Hz

Monitor Manufacturer
Company Name Dell Computer Corporation
================================================== =========================
If the iiyama monitor is OEM for Dell P1110 then the dealer has
been truthful, otherwise I have a right to return it. Can someone
tell me more about this monitor and what would be best course of
action.

Thanks,

PP..

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