I love bumping into .cfm extensions on sites that I had no idea were using ColdFusion. My latest find is NEC-Mitsubishi (at http://www.necmitsubishi.com/). I was reviewing monitor specs (for a new LCD monitor) and discovered that almost the entire site is ColdFusion; product specs, company info, price quotes, product registration, channel and partner sites (including marketing libraries and interactive system builders), press center, and more (just about everything but search which seems to be using ASP). Nice!

6 thoughts

  1. I have already one and happy with it. πŸ™‚
    NEC MultiSync LCD1980SX
    If you need a good 19" TFT, I can suggest this monitor.

  2. I am a fan of the new <a href="http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/ProductDetail.aspx?category_id=5194&keyword=&mnf=&prst=&prEnd=&sku=320-4105&mnfsku=&SearchType=&Page=productlisting.aspx&spagenum=1&Pageb4Search=&InStock=&items_per_page=25&orderby=&mnfname=&brand=&SubmitSearch=&image_flag=True&refurbished=&c=us&l=en&cs=28&iCompatid=">Dell 20" Flat Panel</a> I just bought. It has DVI, S-Video, and RCA Video inputs… and a native res of 1600×1200. The site lists it for $999 right now, but it will go lower if you watch it, I got mine for $870 after all taxes and shipping. I am waiting to get a 2nd one so I can have a dual display setup.

  3. Ben, you have to love the design, but since a few months I replace 2 CRT’s by 2 Samsung 191T TFT monitors.
    Each test between monitors they win, and they work like a charm.

  4. ErikG,
    I was looking at the same monitor from Dell. Currently, they have it at $799, which expires on 9/17. Are you satisfied with yours so far? How’s the performance at 1600 x 1200? The main reason I have held off previous LCDs is because of the max resolution of 1280 x 1024, but one that supports 1600 x 1200 is exactly what I want. Unfortunately, my job situation is unstable and I may not be able to take advantage of the $799 before the 17th, but I’m sure it’ll go down in price again somewhere (hopefully). Email me @ jasonmihamilton@yahoo.com. Thanks! πŸ™‚
    Jason

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