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CRT
+Deepest blacks
+Best Colors
+flexible Resolutions
+Fast response times
+/- Medium price
-big
-heavy
-hard to find
Best colors and high resolutions and "hard to find" only on aperture grille CRTs, not shadow masks.
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Also, does 120Hz even come with anything but a TN? 120Hz is required for Nvidia 3D.
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Also, does 120Hz even come with anything but a TN? 120Hz is required for Nvidia 3D.
True 120hz monitors are, at this point, kinda new and (I would say even) rare. Give it a couple years and they'll be there.
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True 120hz monitors are, at this point, kinda new and (I would say even) rare. Give it a couple years and they'll be there.
CRT flyby

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Best colors and high resolutions and "hard to find" only on aperture grille CRTs, not shadow masks.
yes I forgot to mention that
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CRT flyby
Look at my sig rig. Now look at my monitors. 2x GDM-F520 + compaq P1220.

You don't have to mention CRTs here. I'm staring at them while typing this post.
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e-IPS is also fast response times. And I'm not talking about the advertised ones. I'm talking about the actual effects of response times on the monitor.

EDIT: VA has the worst response times
nope IPS trade off response times for display quality. Show me a cheap ips with a fast response time. And im not talking about the 2500 HP type of monitors
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CRT flyby
CRTs are a technology that needs to stay dead...to make way for better things like OLED.


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nope IPS trade off response times for display quality. Show me a cheap ips with a fast response time. And im not talking about the 2500 HP type of monitors
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824236122

Cheap, HDMI, IPS, 5ms reponse. AND LED backlit.
Edited by Crecente - 7/24/11 at 5:48pm
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Look at my sig rig. Now look at my monitors. 2x GDM-F520 + compaq P1220.

You don't have to mention CRTs here. I'm staring at them while typing this post.
whoops didn't notice haha
but i think the OP should be educated about their greatness
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nope IPS trade off response times for display quality. Show me a cheap ips with a fast response time. And im not talking about the 2500 HP type of monitors
Dell U2311h. Don't refer to advertised response times please. I'm talking about the effects of response times, ghosting. Ghosting on the U2311h is similar to the average TN panel. (Need I remind you, the average is the average. Some TN are worse, some are better)

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CRTs are a technology that needs to stay dead...to make way for better things like OLED.
OLED has a short life span. SED would've been a nice technology though.

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whoops didn't notice haha
but i think the OP should be educated about their greatness
And heavyness.
Edited by De-Zant - 7/24/11 at 5:54pm
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Dell U2311h. Don't refer to advertised response times please. I'm talking about the effects of response times, ghosting. Ghosting on the U2311h is similar to the average TN panel.



OLED has a short life span. SED would've been a nice technology though.



And heavyness.
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Physically, there exits no difference between IPS and IPS-α. However, Dell or HP, indicates “Intel Inside” in their products all the same time, even though they possess unique properties of product. Like this, we will keep on promoting the product indicating IPS, where several companies using IPS indicate IPS Premium to emphasize each appealing point.

So they use the term IPS-α to give a blanket reference to all the different types of IPS panel being mentioned (although they substitue the 'α' for an 'a' in parts of it). They are saying really that they aren't too concerned by it, the panels are all IPS, and different manufacturers use their panels and just highlight the strengths or features they want by adding another letter. This seems to fit in with some of the more recent versions being promoted, which we discuss below.
http://www.lgdisplay.com/homeContain...ech540_j_e.jsp





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Edited by Spooony - 7/24/11 at 5:57pm
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