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Thoughts on the LG L246WH-BN

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well, prices have come down, so im thinking its time to upgrade my 931bw to a 24"
From what ive read, the cheapest samsung 24" syncmaster is a bit cr*p, and the next model up syncmaster is too expensive.
Ive come across the LG which seems like a good price-performance monitor. Any thoughts on it?
Here are the current monitor prices in NZ
http://www.pricespy.co.nz/cat_5.html
Ive got about 650 to spend.
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post #2 of 3
That's a total ripoff.

Get this.
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ummm, my friend i think you are getting a little confused with new zealand dollars, and the US dollar. That monitor which you pointed out, is almost 1000$ NZ.
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