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Hey guys i have the samsung SM2233RZ, ts 120hz 1680x1050. I will sell it for 150$s and add another 50$s to buy the LG W2363D, which is a 1920x1080 120hz also.

On paper the LG is better, and its also new (unlike the samsung which is few years old). So i wanted to ask you guys is it worth it? Dows the LG give better experience than the samsung? Doe the ghosting get abit reduced with this lcd when using 3d vision?
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have you not looked at the asus
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...d=1851&subcat=

i just bought it ,looks great colours nice no ghosting no bleeding, give it 9 out of 10. bf3 looks amazing on this monitor

cannot comment on 3d aint going to use it,
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Maka12: I am actually limited in options here in lebanon...

3D monitors here are only samsung, viewsonic, and LG. The say and view are the exact same 1680x1050 while the LG is new and FHD.
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Originally Posted by MoBeeJ View Post
Hey guys i have the samsung SM2233RZ, ts 120hz 1680x1050. I will sell it for 150$s and add another 50$s to buy the LG W2363D, which is a 1920x1080 120hz also.

On paper the LG is better, and its also new (unlike the samsung which is few years old). So i wanted to ask you guys is it worth it? Dows the LG give better experience than the samsung? Doe the ghosting get abit reduced with this lcd when using 3d vision?

+1 to this Monitor as my Brother has two in Dual-Screen and they are pretty amazing and no Ghosting.

However, I cannot comment on 3D as I am unable to see 3D D:.
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