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Is the monitor that come with the 20" iMacG5 the same as an 20" Cinema display? I'm only asking because I can't find spec list to either!!!

Also, does anyone now the viewable size of the 17" and 20" in lenght and height in "?

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Is the monitor that come with the 20" iMacG5 the same as an 20" Cinema display? I'm only asking because I can't find spec list to either!!!

Also, does anyone now the viewable size of the 17" and 20" in lenght and height in "?

thanking you.
The 20" iMack has a screen 17 1/4" long by 10 1/2" high and of course it is 20" diaginal.
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The 20" iMack has a screen 17 1/4" long by 10 1/2" high and of course it is 20" diaginal.
wow, that is huge - would defo need time to get used to seeing so much on one screen!!!

But has the iMac display have the same specs as the 20" cinema display?
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No, unfortunately, the 20" iMac uses a different panel.

The iMac display has a typical brightness of 230 cd/m and a contrast ratio of 350:1
The 20" Cinema display has a typical brightness of 250 cd/m and a contrast ratio of 400:1

Viewing angle and resolution are identical, though.
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