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what 209? That's great. Looking at the LG reviews dosent seem people are wowed by it they have like a mehhh feeling plus seems a couple of open boxes on the egg. Bug I'm in the same boat as you really digging the price on these and I just love ordering from newegg avoiding tax and free shipping most of the time.. Honestly I think it's a just in your head thing people see LED and they start seeing things (yes I'm. Aware it's a fact that LEDs can cause color exaggeration etc).... I could be wrong but it's worth a try my vote is for LG asides from all the horrible things I've brought up I've seem my share of good reviews as well!
    
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Ok this is interesting...

This review says the LG IPS231P is "totally unsuitable for gaming", however they also agree that it's probably the same panel as the Dell U2311H... But others with the U2311H say the Dell is fine for gaming. It's time for a direct comparison. Gonna search around for something...
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Here is a posted image of the actual LG engineering specifications for both monitors, showing the same response times for both panels and that they are the same panel. Looking up more reviews...
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Ok so I've been trying to figure out if I should wait for the DELL LED IPS later this year, or get the U2311H now... Then I find out LG has LED IPS and their 23" is the same as DELL's (DELL's uses the LG IPS panel for their display?) but cheaper!

So it's the DELL CCFL IPS "U2311H" for $270 +$15 shipping or the LG LED IPS "IPS236V" "IPS231P" which is available for $244 from Amazon with free shipping.

Supposedly both panels are the same, so should be same quality... Anyone have any thoughts on one better than the other?

LED IPS vs CCFL IPS issues?

Only thing I see is DELL having 4 USB ports, VESA mount, and swivel/height adjustments for $40 more, minus LED.
Did this price change on the LG or did I post it wrong at first? Well it's now $234 which makes it $50 cheaper than the Dell and after painstakingly reading all the reviews of both, I am seriously leaning towards getting the LG. But for now, I need to get some sleep, which will sadly only be 3 hours :/
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