Originally Posted by Mootsfox
TN panels have improved a lot since 1998. When the price difference is $200, the TN panel is fine.
P-MVA panels often have huge problems with ghosting, aren't as bright and are expensive. They usually have better viewing angles, and better colors though. However, using viewing angle as a buying factor for a computer monitor is just... stupid. Unless you sit at a 170 degree angle from your monitor.
Also look out for HDCP monitors. Without it, you can't watch HD content over DVI.
All LCD panel technology has improved.
And TN's still suck in comparison.
Your statement about P-MVA's is false.
Hell even S-IPS panels don't ghost anymore.
And brightness is determined by a backlight source.
Better color reproduction, and viewing angles is a good way to buy a monitor.
The man asked if it was a good monitor, I answered him and cleared up false information from another post.
If you want to be immature and fight about panels go for it. I was simply trying to help the man. While you cared to shove something completely unrelated down him.
I always like when someone asks "What is a better? Product A or B?"
And then people come in and give there twelve cents, and say "Product X"