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Apple Cinema HD Display - LCD display - TFT - 23" - 1920 x 1200 - 200 cd/m2 - 350:1 - 0.258 mm - white

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  • Integrated power with easy connection.
  • Internal power adapter that lets you charge your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air
  • Has a superthin profile that makes for an exceptionally streamlined workspace
  • Features advanced LED technology and a gorgeous, edge-to-edge glass screen
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Product Details

Product Manual [83kb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 30 pounds
  • ASIN: B000067V08
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,959 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 20, 2006

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Apple Cinema HD is a stunning, all-digital, 23-inch flat-panel display with 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution--enough to view high-definition (HD) content with room to spare. It's the ideal display for video professionals using Apple's Final Cut Pro software to edit and write high-definition content. Video and still images are crisp and clear. Colors are vivid and accurate. Text is sharp and easy to read. With a sleek, slim, and breathtaking design, it's the perfect complement to the Power Mac G4 system.

Offering accurate, brilliant color performance, the Cinema HD delivers up to 16.7 million colors across a wide gamut, allowing you to see subtle nuances between colors, from soft pastels to rich jewel tones. A wide viewing angle ensures uniform color from edge to edge. Apple's ColorSync technology lets you create custom profiles to maintain consistent color onscreen and in print. The result is that you can confidently use this display in all your color-critical applications.


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Very happy camper!
Jeff Hoogmoed
It works at full res with a GeForce 4 4600 and Windows XP.
"eparker47"
Images were crisp and sharp with nice coloring.
Aaron Yamada

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88 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Sparehead2 on February 4, 2003
This monitor was designed to be used with Apple's latest G4 Macintosh product line- A single proprietary cable (called the Apple Display Connector, or ADC) provides power and video information to the monitor as well as USB connectivity to the two port USB hub built into the back of the screen. The 1.5" surrounding bezel is grey, encased in clear plastic, giving it a crystal look matching the G4 Cube or Tower decor.
By utilizing Apple's ADC to DVI Converter (not included- provides backward compatibility with non-ADC Macs such as Apple's Powerbook notebooks) as well as a graphic card with a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) port, such as NVidia's GeForce4 4600 or ATI's 9700 Pro, the Cinema Display can be used by both older Macs and PCs. The converter combines AC power, DVI video data and USB data into one port for the monitor's ADC input cable.
The LCD display is roughly one inch taller and two inches wider than two sheets of paper (8.5 x 11) placed side by side- perfect for displaying two full page word processing documents, web page design, or any other applications which might require a number of simultaneous open windows.
There are three minor issues that I noticed. Most monitors have some kind of adjustment buttons... contrast, brightness, hue, tint, etc. Rather than provide external adjustment buttons, The Apple Cinema Display comes with their Apple Displays Software- Apple's "all digital", Mac-only display adjustment solution. PC users must make adjustments to the display via their videocard's driver software. The two touch sensitive buttons on the front bezel are specifically to turn on a G4 Mac and to access the Apple Displays Software... when attached to a PC with the converter, they serve no purpose (although they glow when touched).
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By "eparker47" on August 11, 2002
Just bought the 23" Apple Cinema display. It works at full res with a GeForce 4 4600 and Windows XP. It has no hardware brightness/contrast controls, but the NVidia driver has these controls + gamma. You can save configurations (such as nighttime, cloudy, office etc) and access them quickly from the taskbar. I have one dead pixel, but at this resolution it is hardly noticeable. You have to buy the DVI to ADC converter to get it to work with an NVidia GeForce card ($$$). There is no loss in quality when using the converter (it is all digital). Color quality and brightness are even across the entire screen. The pixel response is fast for an LCD, but not as quick as a CRT. Still, DVDs and flight simulator rarely exhibit ghosting. Definitely happy with my purchase.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Thomas on February 29, 2004
As a software developer with broadband internet and a TV tuner in my PC, I usually have a ridiculous number of things on screen at the same time. It's not uncommon to catch me writing code in one window, reading documentation in another, and watching TV in a third. Attaching two side-by-side LCD displays to my PC would manage this just fine, and probably more cheaply to boot.
But I also like to play games and watch movies, and for that, I wanted a single large panel. The only thing that fit the bill was the Apple display.
I purchased it after much ogling of showroom displays, and attached it to my PC's DVI port (with the help of Apple's DVI-to-ADC adapter). Windows XP detected the new monitor, my video card (ATI 9700 Pro AIW) recognized the higher resolutions, and I was instantly using Windows in crystal-clear 1920x1200 resolution, with no dead pixels.
There are a few negatives:
- The brightness does drop a bit at about 45 degrees, so the sides of the screen may appear darker than the center, but only if you sit really close to it, and are really paying attention.
- On a PC, the Power and Brightness buttons do nothing (except glow in a really cool way when touched). You'll have to use whatever display settings your video card driver provides for color, brightness, contrast, etc. As for turning it off, you'll have to either use Windows' screen-saver option for powering the display down after a few minutes, or unplug it.
- The two built-in USB ports don't suport USB 2.0.
- The ADC connector is proprietary to Apple computers (and only a few models - go figure), so you'll have to buy an adapter (either VGA-ADC or DVI-ADC) to hook it up to your PC.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By zee on March 12, 2003
Don't let anyone tell you that this display is incompatible with PCs. I'm running it on a system with Gainward GF4 4200 video card and Windows XP. I use the Dr. Bott DVIator ($...) to convert from DVI to ADC.
When I bought the display and adapter I had a moment of panic because after the orders were placed, the DVIator compatibility page was changed to read "DVIator is also currently incompatible with the new 23" Cinema Display HD". Their site still says this. I was very relieved when I hooked everything up and it worked without a glitch.
There are 2 issues. Since Windows does not have a driver for the display, I can only run the display at 60Hz. This is disappointing because DVDs and games with fast motion appear blurry. There may be a way to force the refresh rate to something higher, I haven't experimented much with it. The second issue is that there's no apparent way to power off the display. When used with a Mac the power "button" on the display will power the entire system on and off. With my current PC setup it does nothing.
With the exception of the refresh rate problem above, the quality is excellent. Since my video card has VGA out in addition to the DVI out, I run a dual display setup with my Sony 19" Trinitron monitor. The clarity of the Apple display is noticably better.
If you have the bucks, buy this display. I haven't heard of a single user that was disappointed.
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