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What's the best 24'' monitor for 220-230 dollars?

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Preferably a good brand such as ASUS, Samsung, LG, etc...
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I have this and love it
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Originally Posted by The Master Chief;11798326 
I have this and love it

I was considering that one but some people seem to be complaining about it ghosting. Have you ever noticed that?
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my monitor is the sex..

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Originally Posted by TrueOptic;11798347 
I was considering that one but some people seem to be complaining about it ghosting. Have you ever noticed that?


not at all:cheers:
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not at all:cheers:

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TN: LG 2442PA

I have it, and its amazing. No real input lag and minimal ghosting. It has plenty of inputs, good colors for a TN, and the HAS mount is great. I got mine for $230 shipped when it went on sale.

IPS: Dell Ultrasharp U2311H

Cheapest I've seen it was around $230. Dell has it on sale all the time. Its basically the same as the LG, only you're giving up response time for color accuracy and viewing angles.


Stay away from LED. Its a gimmick and offers nothing more than power savings, and most of the time the colors are horrible. The only company that does LED decently is Samsung.
    
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TN: LG 2442PA

I have it, and its amazing. No real input lag and minimal ghosting. It has plenty of inputs, good colors for a TN, and the HAS mount is great. I got mine for $230 shipped when it went on sale.

IPS: Dell Ultrasharp U2311H

Cheapest I've seen it was around $230. Dell has it on sale all the time. Its basically the same as the LG, only you're giving up response time for color accuracy and viewing angles.


Stay away from LED. Its a gimmick and offers nothing more than power savings, and most of the time the colors are horrible. The only company that does LED decently is Samsung.


Where can I find this LG 2442PA? Can't find it on any vendor sites from a simple google search/
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what features are you looking for?

DP?
IPS?
LED?
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;11798471 
what features are you looking for?

DP?
IPS?
LED?

Well I don't really think an IPS 24'' monitor is in my price range (if you can somehow find one though, that'd be extremely awesome)

I just want something with a good response time and minimal ghosting. I plan to use it for gaming not just on my PC but also PS3.
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