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Apple Cinema Display Sucks. The Apple Cinema Display is a line of flat-panel computer monitors developed and sold by Apple Inc. between 1999 and 2011. It was initially sold alongside the older line of Studio Displays, but eventually replaced them. Apple offered 20-, 22-, 23-, 24-, 27- and 30-inch sizes, with the last model being a 27-inch size with LED backlighting.

Benny Har-Even wrote a whole review for TRUSTES REVIEWS website in which he mentions some the the downsides about Apple Cinema Display such as Overpriced, Limited adjustability, Limited inputs, Glossy screen coating, No physical controls. Another issue with the Cinema Display is that, as with the iMac, there’s no height adjustment or screen rotation; you just get to tilt the screen forward and back from between -5 to 25 degrees, which is the same adjustability found on the cheapest budget monitors. Whether that’s an issue is of course, up to you, but it’s certainly something we lamented as we would have preferred it slightly higher up on our desk. What’s more, balancing a screen such as this on a book would seem to be a rather philistine thing to do.


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