Total War forums - official forum of the Total War series> Total War France> Total War: Shogun 2> [Contest screenshots] Theme 3: the weather. SEGA and The Creative Assembly's offer to win a Sony Vaio PCV-F13J8E / H value of € 1 100, collectible figurines, and posters autographed by the game developers!. And finally, for the fun contest, I offer these screens, still on the topic of weather, the first Shogun that I just found in my business. Total War Series Cheers!. No, they have the right reparticiper, but in this case it would be nice to be a little more lenient on qualitée image-because those who have already earned it earned a processor, it is not fair that they earn more in a laptop with that . . (Even if the screens of Leow 37 are very beautiful, I do not deny it;)). I totally understand that the final designation of the screenshots must be hard . . Most of these are very well done. 1st - Kajinohana, won a Sony Vaio PCV-F13J8E / H value of € 1 100, a statuette collector, and a poster autographed by the developers of the game. Getting to restore supply in the United States, NEC has just submitted its liquid 'MultiSync LCD EX231W to stores, where the device is intended to delight consumers with its technology and its fully adjustable support energy saving a. Despite this, the product still has some advantages for show, most of them being related to energy efficiency. Specifications about basics, the 23-inch LCD screen tents has a native RESOLUTION 1,920 x 1,080 pxeles, which means that any media can be played entirely in Full HD. The display also comes with a contrast of 1,000: 1, corresponding to a DCR (DYNAMIC contrast relationship), 25, 000: 1 and a response time of 5 ms. Besides this, NEC has provided a DVI port, a DisplayPort output and a USB connector, but the thinness of the rim is only 14. 6 mm. This option allows you to adjust the height with up to 110 mm, offers protection dynamics, swivel and inclination, meaning essentially that the real panel can be rotated horizontally or vertically. However, the human sensor is a feature truly 'unique', which detects when the user leaves the monitor. At that time, the system turns off the monitor, saving energy up to 95%. U. S. users who want to buy this LCD have to pull out their wallets the sum of 339 dollars, but still have to wait a bit more, because the NEC monitor available in stores in November . . . .