A clearer view. (B.E. Reviews).
The XF-7b features a .20mm horizontal dot pitch that provides sharp images at resolutions up to 1,280 by 1,024 at a 60Hz refresh rate. Edge to edge, the monitor's flat screen provides clear images with little or no blurring at the corners, as is typical with CRTs. The monitor is a hefty 40 pounds, but its sleek, silver and gray design and tapered back make it a smooth (and attractive) fit for any office environment. Additionally, the monitor is compatible with PCs and Macs (a Mac adapter may be required).
Perhaps the monitor's biggest selling point, however, is the three-year limited warranty, which includes the KARES (KDS Advanced Replacement Express Service) program. The service lets users quickly receive a replacement unit should they have problems with the current one, rather than waiting weeks, which could seriously affect a small business' productivity. The KARES program is available only in certain areas, however, so be sure to check your agreement (www.kdsusa.com, $169).
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