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What is the best ips pannel monitor right now?


Budget : Would prefer if it was not more than $400 , but can go to $550 if it is an extremely good deal (I left the $150 for an SSD)
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This monitor was priced at $325 last week. You could monitor the price if it will go lower.

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/sm/WF05a/382087-382087-64283-72270-3884471-4101131.html?dnr=1
 
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Is that better than the Dell U2412M?
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In my opinion, yes. It's an outgoing model being replaced by HP ZR2440w. You can read the review.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/hp_zr24w.htm
 
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1187309/just-ordered-hp-zr2740w/0_100
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Originally Posted by burningrave101 View Post

I think you mean HP ZR2740w right? I ordered one of these from MacMall the other day for $499.99, definitely an excellent monitor for the price outside of the AG coating. It's suppose to have even lower input lag than the ZR30w which already has low input lag for an IPS panel.

I'm holding out until I can find a 1440p panel for this price (if I ever can). If something like that comes up again, it would be an epic deal.
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Is that better than the Dell U2412M?

No, it's not. They're in all practicality quite similar in terms of performance, yet the ZR24W has plenty of issues with failing electronics, something that is not yet as common from the u2412m. And if the u2412m fails, you're more likely to get through dell's warranty than HP's warranty.

They both do well, yet I'd have to recommend the u2412m. (review here if you want that too)

The ZR2440W, on the other hand, while technically a bit better than the ZR24W (you can check the similar review here), suffers from higher input lag. It's fine for moderate gaming, but some people might experience issues in first person shooters. Just because it was mentioned.
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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post

No, it's not. They're in all practicality quite similar in terms of performance, yet the ZR24W has plenty of issues with failing electronics, something that is not yet as common from the u2412m. And if the u2412m fails, you're more likely to get through dell's warranty than HP's warranty.
They both do well, yet I'd have to recommend the u2412m. (review here if you want that too)
The ZR2440W, on the other hand, while technically a bit better than the ZR24W (you can check the similar review here), suffers from higher input lag. It's fine for moderate gaming, but some people might experience issues in first person shooters. Just because it was mentioned.

Listen to this guy.

Anyways, I've always been looking at the reviews @ TFTCentral and I guess I can make a pretty good conclusion.

I looked at a lot of more affordable monitors. First is the ZR24w vs ZR2420 vs U2412M. The ZR24w as most of us know has this overdrive problem. The ZR2420 and U2412M both perform better. Now between those two, they're have about the same performance but IMO the U2412M is a better deal since it costs less for near identical performance.

Simply put, U2412M.
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And how would the samsung 750d series rank against the hp and the dell series mentioned above? Tigerdirect has the 23a750d for 299 instead of 499 (would buy it, but they don't have it on tigerdirect canada and .com wont ship here!!!!).

Was wondering because it seems like the 750d is a pretty good screen, how is the input lag and all.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1187309/just-ordered-hp-zr2740w/0_100
I'm holding out until I can find a 1440p panel for this price (if I ever can). If something like that comes up again, it would be an epic deal.

oh man I would buy it instantly @$499 Can you pm me if you find a deal like that? Thanks biggrin.gif
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Quote:
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oh man I would buy it instantly @$499 Can you pm me if you find a deal like that? Thanks biggrin.gif

Not before I buy it first!

No srsly, you PM me if you find one too. I'm watching and waiting.
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