Our editors decided to change it up this weekend and list the “Top 12 Coolest LCD Displays and Setups” rather then strangest. If we missed any, please leave us a comment. [ShoutIt]

Ferrari LCD Monitors

Available in black or red colors, these monitors come emblazed with the striking Ferrari logo. The 19-inch model boasts 1280X1024 SXGA resolution, 8ms response time, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 2W stereo speakers. While the 20-inch monitor has 1680X105o WSXGA+ resolution, 800:1 contrast ratio, 8ms response time, and 5W stereo speakers.[Source]

Bacteria Killing LCD Monitor

PC Bank Korea introduces the PBM-978PS, a “Negative Ionization” LCD monitor that features 5ms response time, 1200:1 contrast ratio, and a wide-viewing angle.

From the article: “The well-being aspect of the monitor supplies the environment you are in with negative ions, killing bacteria and protecting your eyes from the monitor.”

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BenQ’s Mac Mini LCD Monitor

The FP93V 19″ LCD Monitor features inalog/DVI inputs, 1280X1024 resolution, 8ms response time, 550:1 contrast ratio, 270 cd/m2 brightness, and a place on the stand to set your Mac Mini.[Source]

LCD Monitor with DVD Drive

This compact (4.5kg) 15-inch LCD monitor from Dynaconnective includes a built-in side loading DVD player. It features 350cd/m2 brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, 16ms response time, and 3Wx2 speakers. Unfortunatley, this monitor only has an analog input. [Source]

Quanext – The Linux Powered LCD TV

Hong Kong-based Quataris will soon release a 19-inch LCD TV that runs on a modified version of SUSE Linux. The QuaNext features an Intel Pentium 4 processor, up to 2GB of DDR memory, 220GB hard drive, CD/DVD combo drive, and 1,440 x 990 resolution. It’s basically a DVD player, computer, and LCD television, all-in-one. [Source]

TransTFT

This person transformed his old 15-inch LCD display into something more pleasing to the eye. Its base was constructed from Lexan and polycarbonate surrounds the panel. Two LEDs were added for a nice glow. [Source]

Sharp’s 2-Way Viewing Angle LCD

With a parallax barrier superimposed on a normal TFT-LCD, these Sharp displays can show different information simultaneously depending on the viewing angle.[Source]

ZenView Command Center Elite

With six 24″ flat panel displays that feature 1920×1200 resolution (5760×2400 combined) and 1000:1 contrast ratio, the ZenView is truly an elite command center. Each panel includes five digital DVI-D inputs, analog RGB/VGA input, and an S-Video input. The only weak link is its price. For $11,999 you can either buy a single large HDTV display or several powerful computers. [Source]

LG’s 100-inch LCD Panel

LG has developed a 100-inch LCD screen that features 6.22 million pixels, 3000:1 contrast ratio, full HD picture quality, and a 180-degree viewing angle. [Source]

Cool Setup – Skunkworks F-117A

This amazing computer was designed for playing flight simulators and as a gaming console. It features three 17-inch LCD monitors, an AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 processor, 1GB(512MBx2) of DDR PC-3200 memory, dual nVidia NX6800-TD256 graphics modules in SLI configuration, and a WD Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM SATA hard drive. [Source]

Cool Setup – Ultimate Quake 3

How about playing Quake 3 on a 24 monitor wall? Yes, that’s exactly what the guys over at plastk did by running the game on a 12-node Linux cluster with two monitors per server. [Source]

Cool Setup – Wall-O-Monitors

Have a spare wall? “Crazy Jon” from QJ.net did and decided to mount twelve LCD monitors for the ultimate gaming/productivity setup. [Source]