Apple drops prices of Cinema Displays

Cinema Displays

Apple today dropped the prices of its LCD monitors on Monday, taking the 20-, 23-, and 30-inch models to US$699, $999, and $1,999.

The 20-inch Cinema Display was originally priced at US$ 799, it's now US$ 699, a $100 price cut. The 23-inch Cinema HD Display dropped from US$ 1299, it's now US$ 999, a $300 price cut. The 30-inch Cinema HD Display dropped US$ 500 from US$ 2499 to US$ 1999.


Apple first released 30" Cinema HD Display on 30 June 2004 at a price tag of US$ 3299. The price was dropped to US$ 2999 on 5 January 2005. When Apple dropped the price of 20-inch and 23-inch Cinema Display, the price of 30-inch Cinema HD Display remanded the same and later dropped to US$2499. On 29th March this year, 30-inch display's brightness, which was increased from 270 cd/m2 to 400 cd/m2, and contrast ratio also bumped from 400:1 to 700:1.

Apple Display (official webpage)
buy Apple Cinema Display 20, Cinema HD Display 23 or Cinema HD Display 30

related article:
new Cinema Displays, now 30" (30 June, 2004)
Apple Cinema Display price drop (5 January, 2005)
Cinema Display price drops again. (28 April, 2005)

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