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SCEPTRE x22wg-Gamer 22" Widescreen HDMI Monitor or Dell E207WFP

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Could you post the specs of both monitors?
    
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I like the dell myself....though the 1200:1 contrast ratio is nice. I'd still pick the dell E207WFP over the Sceptre due to price.....
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post #4 of 19
If you get the Sceptre, check the reviews on the 20", RMA threw newegg was an issue with that brand!
Someone else got a Secptre through the likes of Sams or what ever where he could exchange it there for an RAM if necessary... just a thought
    
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I'm not sure about Sceptre, but I know the majority of 22" panels are garbage.You'd be better off with a quality 20" (like the Dell) or going to a larger size.
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post #6 of 19
Westinghouse 22". $200 today at BestBuy.
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post #7 of 19
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Originally Posted by C-bro View Post
I'm not sure about Sceptre, but I know the majority of 22" panels are garbage.You'd be better off with a quality 20" (like the Dell) or going to a larger size.
Westinghouse 22 does not follow that 22 inch rule. Even if you don't get the 200 dollar deal it's still worth it.
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post #8 of 19
I just want something with HDMI and HDCP that doesn't cost as much as a couple years worth of upgrades..
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post #9 of 19
If you want 1080i, you'll need a bigger monitor than a 22".
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post #10 of 19
I was wondering the same thing. Somehow I got to looking at the x22wg-gamer vs. the Dell E207WFP as well. I am wondering why you say that you need a monitor larger than 22 for HDMI? The comments on newegg make it sound like a pretty good deal, and recommendations from other sites say that if you are going to invest in a new LCD and you don't plan on upgrading again soon you should get HDMI.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824112005

I am not sure what one to choose for my system below. Someone tell me what to do!

Thanks,

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