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I'm not a pro gamer by any means, but I dont notice any kind of input lag. I owned a 24" samsung with the same resolution before these monitors and it had a better panel to it, and I don't see any difference besides the viewing angles. But, I guess videophiles do exist much like audiophiles do.
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The monitor I have does pretty well it has some issues with backlight bleed but other than that it OS great. Plus it is 1080p but no HDMI
 
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I like it, is there a bigger version?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824236047

I've currently got two, but I just ordered my third along with a triple monitor stand for some nice eyefinity action (i'm nvidia, but eyefinity is more catchy than 2d surround or whatever nvidia calls it).

They are great monitors. Component inputs, line in, hdmi, dvi. 2ms response, 1920x1200. You can't really go wrong.
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http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...722&lid=628335



I'd get this. Pixel density is amazing and its an IPS.
Does it look way better than asus monitors?
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Does it look way better than asus monitors?
Because it is IPS

The colors are better
The image quality is WAAAAYYY better than normal monitors (asus for example)
And it doesn't have that annoying color shift when you view it from an angle.


Normal low quality panels are called TN panels.
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I'm getting one of those myself then .. only downfall is the size. but still 1080p
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post #29 of 48
The image quality is noticeably better, yes... That's why EVERY professional photoshopper uses either IPS panels or high quality CRTs...

But remember, it's still just an LCD... Not a window to reality. Still limited by pixels and the material you are viewing them on (youtube videos probably won't look better).

But ultrasharps sure are beatiful, and if you live in the USA, cheap. In finland, the cheapest garbage 1080p panels cost 240€, keeping in mind that the euro is more valuable than the dollar
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Originally Posted by The Master Chief View Post
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...722&lid=628335



I'd get this. Pixel density is amazing and its an IPS.
You might as well get the bigger one, its cheaper right now,

LINK


Scratch that this is the P not the U
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