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post #211 of 217
1. Eizo Nanao

2. SX2762W

3. 27"

4. G2G 6ms; BWB 12ms

5. 2560x1440

6. Displayport x2 (one mini); DVI-D x1

7. 270 cd/m2

8. 850:1

9. 0.2331 mm

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Upgrade bug bit me big time... and well once you are an Eizo user, you'll always be an Eizo user. That is if your economic situation allows it.

Amazing Eizo colour and perfectly uniform backlight as usual.

This fellow includes a user presence sensor which blanks the screen when you walk away. Saves the backlight and power as well

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post #212 of 217
1.Asus

2.VE248H

3.24" inch

4.2ms

5.1920 x 1080

6.HDMI, DVI-D, D-Sub

7.250cd/m2

8.10,000,000:1

9.0.277mm

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It has onboard speakers that I don't use. It has great auto adjustment. Different modes (example: Gaming, Standard, Night, etc) I use 1600 x 1200 resolution with my Xfx 6870 BE. Gaming is great. Never ever had a problem. Runs cool. Love it so much I'm buying two more and using it in Eyefinity mode.

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post #213 of 217
Acer

S232HL

23"

2ms

1920x1080

Dsub, DVI-D and HDMI

250 cd/m2

12,000,000:1 DCR

0.265 mm


that's funny... this review i read says the montor is 5ms, BestBuy reported as 2ms ....hmm ?
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post #214 of 217
1. Dell

2. UltraSharp U2410

3. 24"

4. 6ms

5. 1920 x 1200

6.DVI-D with HDCP,DP,Composite,HDMI

7. 400 cd/m2

8. 1000:1

9. 0.27 mm
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post #215 of 217
1. Monitor Manufacturer

Samsung

2. Model

SyncMaster T200

3. Screen size

20''

4. Response Time in ms.

2 ms

5. Max resolution supported

1680x1050

6. Input - DVI or VGA or both

DVI and VGA

7. Brightness

300 cd/m^2

8. Contrast Ratio

20000:1

9. Dot Pitch in mm

0.258 mm

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I'm happy with this monitor. It's probably small for today's standards when 24'' monitors aren't uncommon, but it does its job well. I've played too many games to list in 4 years since I bought it, there's no ghosting to speak of and response time is flawless. Main con is bad viewing angles which can be seen when monitor is above eye level (e.g. when I watch movies from the bed), screen gets dark and colors are horrible. Other than that, it's good. And it doesn't have onboard speakers. Who needs those anyway? tongue.gif

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Western Digital Caviar Blue 640GB 7200RPM Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Achieva Shimian QH270 Lite 
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post #216 of 217
1. Samsung

2. S27B970D

3. 27"

4. 5 ms

5. 2560 x 1440

6. Dual DVI-D, HDMI, DP

7. 285

8. 1000:1

9. .233 mm

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A lot of "pop" to the picture, almost gives it a 3D effect. In other words a great picture. Setup was easy, the factory calibration started up fine. Onboard speakers are ok, not really powerful for a monitor. There's some backlight bleeding on the right side but not enough for me to have it replaced. No dead pixels. Crysis 3 on max settings is wonderful to see. So is The Witcher 2 and Tomb Raider (2013). That's playing them with out of the box factory calibration using the Dynamic Contrast with High Bright options.
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post #217 of 217
1. ASUS


2. VE278H


3. 27"


4. 2ms


5. 1920x1080


6. HDMI/VGA


7. 300cd/m^2


8. 1200:1


9. 0.311mm

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I got this monitor from a local computer shop because i needed a better monitor. I was looking online for a monitor but i was too impatient. This was one of the monitors i was looking at and i found it so i bought it. It was very easy to setup and the ability to change between preset screen modes is great. I usually change it from game to night mode to standard throughout the day. I have never listened to the built in speakers but it has stereo speakers. It has no bleeding. It has no dead pixels. Every picture is very bright and vibrant.

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