LG Electronics Releases 'The Jar'.

"LG Electronics is launching its chic and stylish monitor, the Jar, in the UK from February. The premium design screen is the second from LG's Fantasy range to become available, following last years launch of the Ring. The Fantasy family consists of the Jar, Ring and Eclipse. Read on to find out more..."

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Author: PV5150
Source: LG Electronics

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

LG Electronics, a global leader in consumer electronics and mobile communications, has today announced that its chic and stylish monitor, the Jar (L1900J), will be available to consumers to buy in the UK from February 2007. The Jar is developed for fashion conscious consumers who desire both breathtaking design and the latest viewing technology. The Jar is from LG's revolutionary Fantasy series of monitors, which also comprises the Ring (L1900R) and the Eclipse (L1900E).

“Technology is rapidly moving away from being purely functional to being a statement of style and class,” said Louise Walsh, product manager, LG Electronics. “There’s currently a big emphasis on creating stylish living spaces and we feel the Jar is perfect for those who want to add a touch of luxury to their home or workplace.”

The Jar's uniquely designed base emits a soft red light and carries the sleek glossy ‘noble black' screen that houses the latest screen technology, providing:

* Ultra high contrast ratio of 2000:1, giving crisper images against darker backgrounds
* Lightning fast response time of 4ms, making the monitor ideal for watching sports, computer games and movies
* Sharper and cleaner images delivered by its video signal input connector (DVI-I)
* High resolution (1280 x 1024), superior brightness (300cd/m2) and wide viewing angle (H: 170°, V:170°) developed to provide the best viewing experience possible

The Jar is the second model from LG's design led Fantasy series to be launched in the UK, following the Ring (L1900R) which debuted in November. The Fantasy Series' superior design has already been professionally recognised and awarded the iF Product Design Award 2006, a highly coveted European design scheme.

To learn more about the Jar or the Fantasy series, head here

LG L1900J

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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23-01-2007, 15:20:42


Our mail server runs a nice lil program that looks very nice.

Wassit called XMS?

Kerio, but I don't think you'll want to buy that for your home server as its $500 for a 10 user base license.

I've always liked Trustix as its a very minimal and secure distro, either that or Engarde which comes with a web gui for setting up mail accounts, web sites etc..

23-01-2007, 15:42:33

cheers for the advice guys, i'll give those a google and read up on them.

16-05-2007, 01:18:17

check out Zimbra for linux


haven't tried it yet but will be implementing it this week

16-05-2007, 02:17:06

woo, as this tread is back, i'll update it with a pretty good distro, its called clarkconnect. Pretty much a sbs of the linux world. Its working well in a couple of volunteer centres, wherre they need content filtering.

16-05-2007, 02:47:53

I should have also mentioned Engarde - It's a secure linux distro with a web interface for mail, www, dns etc. Used to use it on a very large email system, but it fell over once I hit about 60k users.

16-05-2007, 05:00:55


I should have also mentioned Engarde - It's a secure linux distro with a web interface for mail, www, dns etc. Used to use it on a very large email system, but it fell over once I hit about 60k users.

dont think i'll hit that amount of users :p

16-05-2007, 08:27:12

Ubuntu, with Squirrelmail and courier.

Gives you webmail, pop3/imap, and smtp.

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16-05-2007, 09:50:18

Kerio mail server pwns, I can deffo vouch for that when it was running on my quad Xeon rig :)

16-05-2007, 09:58:00

Comes with a price tag :(

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I love squirrelmail, but I needed something a little more "outlook like" for a multi-site business implementation. I'll check out the other recommendations as well thanks

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