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I like this one as well but a ton of newegg comments state it has ghosting which I am a bit afraid of.

Video of it Ghosting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbxOK4VLXZQ
Newegg Comments about Ghosting: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...scrollFullInfo


looks sharp as hell for me.


I havent seen any.
post #12 of 32
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LG W2363D is my recommendation even though its not on the list
Looks like a great monitor. I don't really know all the benefits of 120hz and I am not ready to get into the 3D side yet. Also the cost is on the high side.

Overall pretty solid though
    
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BX2431


MOAR HDMI ports and all sammy's have amazing picture quality. the asus's are very nice as well, but you NEED to tune them, as they'll have a bluish tint to them.

both warranties are pretty much the same, although, samsung has a slightly better dead pixel policy.

you really can't go wrong with any of them though.
Would the Samsung BX2450 be the newer model of the BX2431? Dumb question I know but they are roughly the same price. It is also impossible to find the 2450 in Canada...

Also would the BX2450 or the VE248H be a better buy quality wise?
Edited by Twisterman - 12/26/10 at 6:12pm
    
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I have had both asus and samsung monitors, and my 40" TV is a Samsung...

I like them both but in my book, Asus> samsung puts on armor
I cant tell the difference between them
post #15 of 32
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I like this one as well but a ton of newegg comments state it has ghosting which I am a bit afraid of.

Video of it Ghosting:
Newegg Comments about Ghosting:
There is no ghosting in that video; the person is just shaking the camera around.
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There is no ghosting in that video; the person is just shaking the camera around.
Good point I didn't notice that

So I think I am going to go with the Asus VE248H monitor. I am going to take the chance and hope its better than my 20" HP w2007. Still gonna be worried about ghosting but I am not too picky so unless its blatant I probably won't notice it.

What would be the best website to buy it off of? I know NCIX has a "zero dead pixel warranty" but newegg.ca is generally cheaper since they don't charge some monitor recycling tax.
    
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Does anyone has any objections against the VE248H monitor or can provide me something that has a better value/performance ratio?.

Here are the costs of it with Tax/Shipping

NCIX Checkout Cost with 30 Day Dead Pixel Policy and Taxes/Ground Shipping =

CAD $287.44

Newegg Checkout with No 30 Day Additional Warranty + Ground Shipping =

CAD $268.69
Edited by Twisterman - 12/26/10 at 6:31pm
    
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Would the Samsung BX2450 be the newer model of the BX2431? Dumb question I know but they are roughly the same price. It is also impossible to find the 2450 in Canada...

Also would the BX2450 or the VE248H be a better buy quality wise?
i'm not really sure, they're the same specs except the bx2431 has an extra hdmi and it's cheaper after 10%
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3 & 4 only have HDMI and VGA ports, no DVI.
Haven't looked at 1 & 2.
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Good point I didn't notice that

So I think I am going to go with the Asus VE248H monitor. I am going to take the chance and hope its better than my 20" HP w2007. Still gonna be worried about ghosting but I am not too picky so unless its blatant I probably won't notice it.

What would be the best website to buy it off of? I know NCIX has a "zero dead pixel warranty" but newegg.ca is generally cheaper since they don't charge some monitor recycling tax.
If you end up getting the VE248H be sure to post your thoughts in this thread!
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