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[* black] The display is manufactured by LG. Model number LM270WQ1? Is it possible that we [guide|1236|may have seen|stepid=6678] this [http://gizmodo.com/5468776/this-27+inch-dell-u2711-monitor-looks-eerily-familiar|model number before]? Yes, it appears to be the same display found in the iMac Intel 27" from October of 2009, as well as the same basic LG display found in Dell's competing 27" monitor, though the Apple version uses LED backlights as opposed to the traditional CCFL.
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black] The back of the LCD display has only a few cablescables, none too exciting:
[* black] The display is manufactured by LG. Model number LM270WQ1? Is it possible that we [guide|1236|may have seen|stepid=6678] this [http://gizmodo.com/5468776/this-27+inch-dell-u2711-monitor-looks-eerily-familiar|model number before]? Yes, it appears to be the same display found in the iMac Intel 27" from October of 2009, as well as the same basic LG display found in Dell's competing 27" monitor, though the Apple version uses LED backlights as opposed to the traditional CCFL.
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black] The back of the LCD display has only a few cablescables, none too exciting:
[* black] DisplayPort
[* black] LED backlight
[* black] LED backlight sync
[* black] Ground loop
[* black] The LG display reads model number LM270WQ1. Is it possible that we [guide|1236|may have seen|stepid=6678] this [http://gizmodo.com/5468776/this-27+inch-dell-u2711-monitor-looks-eerily-familiar|model number before]? Yes, it appears to be the same display found in the iMac Intel 27" from October of 2009, as well as the same basic LG display found in Dell's competing 27" monitor, though the Apple version uses LED backlights as opposed to the traditional CCFL.

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