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Best 24 inch monitor for 170-200$

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Im hoping this monitor provides outstanding colors and the best visuals. My friends samsung 20 inch monitor puts my acer's to shame and I dont want that to happen again. Problem with monitors is I dont know much about them or the good ones to look out for.
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A little out of your price range but the Dell U2311h is unmatched for price per performance. My U2311h has been an absolute dream to own. It offers great performance in high refresh rate applications such as FPS gaming and still provides the necessary color reproduction I desire in my graphics design and multimedia.

I will never go back to TFT after owning an IPS panel. You can find the U2311h new from $240-$280 depending on coupon codes. They often go on sale a few times a year.
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Asus makes a pretty good one for that range
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My sig rig.

Great Asus monitor. Kind of stylish too.
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