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post #11 of 18
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Should I have High contrast ratio or High resolution.
That is my Dilmma
    
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post #12 of 18
High Contrast Ratio. I'd personally go into a store and look at the monitor you're buying before you pick one up. Just get a feel for it you know? Personally, I'd take one of those Spectres 22" gaming ones. Those are pretty nice.
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post #13 of 18
These are a couple of monitors that I am even thinking about purchasing(just one). They both seem to be very good.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824116060

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824112005
    
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go viewsonic
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post #15 of 18
Best monitors by FAR. Dell and Apple.

Unless you get into the thousands for a 20" in which case you're insane.

Anyways....the 2007WFP, and the 2407WFP from Dell are two top notch displays.

I like the colour and brightness on my LCD better than on my old Trinitron monitor I was using (and that's saying a lot cause it was a GREAT monitor). Worth every penny I paid to Dell.

PS - I HATE HATE HATE Dell and all they stand for, so for me to even recommend a monitor from them, it must mean something.
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post #16 of 18
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[QUOTE=Sideburns;1468499]Best monitors by FAR. Dell and Apple.

Unless you get into the thousands for a 20" in which case you're insane.

Anyways....the 2007WFP, and the 2407WFP from Dell are two top notch displays.

I like the colour and brightness on my LCD better than on my old Trinitron monitor I was using (and that's saying a lot cause it was a GREAT monitor). Worth every penny I paid to Dell.

PS - I HATE HATE HATE Dell and all they stand for, so for me to even recommend a monitor from them, it must mean something.[/QUOTE]
I Have seen there montiors up close at Dell outlet near use and Three 10 pixels you see die every load srceen.
Also you act like no else hates dell.
No way am goin with apple or dell high rating maybe but from what I see i don't like it.
I Been see Alot Nice Samsung products also on that Note From the news around here that samsung is starting to produce montiors for dell
    
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post #17 of 18
Samsung, Viewsonic, Dell and Apple are FAR the best monitors I've seen.
Samsung best, Viewsonic worse (But still not bad) and so on...
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post #18 of 18
Viewsonic an Dell gets my vote brand wise. Then Samsung.
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