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XL2370

An overhead shot of the XL2370.

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XL230 2

The XL2370 is much more impressive-looking in person.

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Mega

Not sure yet what "Mega" contrast is...

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Connections

HDMI, DVI, analog audio, and digital audio connections.

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Glass neck

The glass neck of the monitor is one of its more striking features.

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Footstand

The XL2370's footstand with its translucent edges is slightly different from the P2370's.

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Profile XL2370

The XL2370 may be the thinnest monitor we've laid our eyes on.

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Profile of the P2370

The P2370 (pictured) is a little thicker than the XL.

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Profile of the P2370HD

A profile shot of the thickest of them all, the P2370HD.

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Three shot!

From left to right: the P2370, the XL2370, and the P2370HD.

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OSD

The OSD (onscreen display) so far looks identical to the P2370's.

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