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As above I'd probably opt for something on the higher end like the U2410, I'd look into better monitors if this is going on work expenses though.
Like what?
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I have done web and other types of programming at a few jobs. The ultrasharp monitors are the way to go. Do not use vga for anything above 1280x1024 because you will get white bars beside letters or the cursor. I made the manager get my computer setup with DVI and it works fine, no bars.

Also when you program get an editor that will invert the colors. So that the background is black like GVIM. It will strain your eyes much less and is more comfortable to program.

Also get 1920x1200 and not the damn 1920x1080. For programming it makes a huge difference.
I've tested LG 2290 with VGA and with DVI and I had the same results. If I go to 1920x1200 then it gives me a new option for 26" (Pixel size) right?
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24.0 // 1920x1200 // 16:10 // 94.3 (PPI) // 0.269 (Pixel size)
26.0 // 1920x1200 // 16:10 // 87.1(PPI) // 0.2865 (Pixel size)

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What about for these 3 monitors?
1.Dell UltraSharp U2412M
2.HP ZR24w
3.Asus PA246Q
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U2410 > u2412.
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U2410 > u2412.
yes, you have right and HP ZR24w > U2410 i thing
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