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monitor for illustration and gaming

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Hey guys, i do a lot of concept art and illustration and just discovered that my monitor color accuracy is pretty bad. So i need a replacement. Im starting out so my budget is not that high. Im looking at something around 500$

I dont want to go over 24 inch because then my graphics tablet to screen ratio would be weird.

So far i saw that the dell ultrasharp are pretty good. I see apple are also good but i think out of budget.

I also still play game from time to time but its less of a concern

Thanks guys !
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I am now debating on the dell ultrasharp u2412 ( 250$) Or the Eizo foris Fs2333 (450$). Halp ?
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EIZO EV2436WFS-BK

Affordable and leaning towards your illustration

24" 16:10 Eizo screen uniformity, color quality, ok for average gamer. 6ms

16:10

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Blow the Dell away

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