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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824176090

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824014173

have used both and are defiantly worth every penny.
    
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I have am HP2408h i used temporarily and I did not like it. The fact it has no dvi is painful also. I will do some research on the Benq. thanks
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If you can find any reviews on the BenQ, please share. Aside from it being a TN, it looks pretty good.
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I bought the Samsung 2493HM and couldn't be happier! Well wait, I lie! Only would be happier if I woke up one morning to find the monitor fairy waved her magic wand and transformed it into a 30 incher.
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What am I looking for?

I need to know about picture quality, blacks, viewing angles, and input lag.
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Avareyne it was a link to some info on the Benq its what im currently reading.. I am staying away from gateway. I will probably pick up a Samsung screen for the time being.
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Avareyne it was a link to some info on the Benq its what im currently reading.. I am staying away from gateway. I will probably pick up a Samsung screen for the time being.
Cant go wrong with samsung, they do have pretty good monitors, although I find them too expensive occasionally.
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I currently have the FHD2400 and I will be returning it. I have too much lighting for a glossy screen. Otherwise I don't have any complaints about it.
    
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