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I love my HP. I was stuck between that and the Gateway. The Gateway has so many inputs it pretty much doubles as a TV, but with the HP your stuck with DVI only. But honestly i like the way the HP looks compared to the others, and the picture it pretty good and i have very little bleeding. let us know what u decide on man! HP gets my vote.
    
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It looks great but the glare was the deciding issue for me not to get it. I have a window right behind my workspace. Even with the blinds closed there would be way too much glare in the afternoons from the setting sun. Having seen this monitor in person I could tell it would be a problem for me.

If you have no real glare sources in your room I'd say go for it.

Someone said in another thread that it uses a Samsung panel.

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It looks great but the glare was the deciding issue for me not to get it. I have a window right behind my workspace. Even with the blinds closed there would be way too much glare in the afternoons from the setting sun. Having seen this monitor in person I could tell it would be a problem for me.

If you have no real glare sources in your room I'd say go for it.

Someone said in another thread that it uses a Samsung panel.

brad

Apparently its the same as the samsung 22 incher everyone raves about, except with a glossy screen.
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mine

good monitor
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Samsung 2220WM-HAS

$279 and free 3day shipping.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001262
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mine

good monitor
ooh thats the HDMI version, nice.

I have the regular DVI version lol
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