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Better contrast, but smaller. Either one is a good deal, however mine is a 700:1 contrast and it looks fine to me. I actually couldn't tell much difference between it and my friends 1000:1 monitor, but it's your money. Personally I would go with the bigger size.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kagaos View Post
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009112
What about this one...same price better contrast...right?
So call me naive but isn't that a better deal?
Nope...since that's only 19" and a resolution of 1440x900. The one linked earlier is 20" and a resolution of 1680x1050

Big difference there, and the contrast isn't that much of a difference....

Roadrage: it's more than just bigger size.. it's also higher resolution (and thus a more crisp image, esp. in gaming)
    
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Oh alright like I said call me naive....lol thx guys! Goin with the ol 20" er
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
Nope...since that's only 19" and a resolution of 1440x900. The one linked earlier is 20" and a resolution of 1680x1050

Big difference there, and the contrast isn't that much of a difference....

Roadrage: it's more than just bigger size.. it's also higher resolution (and thus a more crisp image, esp. in gaming)
What he said, the other 19" one does have better contrast, but 20" has a way better resolution.
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