Originally Posted by jbg1;11967806
i wouldnt buy anything thats not 1080p id like a hdmi input and a headphone jack...24" is what im mostly going for but if i could get some a lil bigger then i would
i was reffering to image quality in collor accuracy more than how many pixels the screen has. iv'e seen a 720P hitachi plasma tv that would rape any new LED backlit crap tv today. my friend's 52 inch runco 1680x1050 plasma rapes any "LED" 240 htz millions of crap contrast ratio i see in stores.
in color accuracy, my little 24 inch S-IPS > those 240 htz OMG OMG 3D tv's. it's all marketing.
to each their own, but you might want to know what you buy is and how it works, before you really do buy it. panel technology is the first thing you should look at. if you are fine with crappy looking colors, go for a cheap crappy TN panel monitor that suites your resolution needs, if color accuracy actually matters, you might want to look into it a bit further, i'll leave it at that.
Originally Posted by kremtok;11967827
He's going to be playing XBox 360, scro, not creating color-perfect digital jewelery advertisements. And I wasn't even recommending it to you.
you'd be suprised how many friends that go in my room and end up watchign a blu ray on this little 24 inch screen regret buying their crappy twisted nematic monitors. this is why i give him the information as to why in plane switching is better, the downfalls of both, any my anecdotal opinion. it's his choice, but you should look at more than what the contrast ratio and screen resolution is on the display you buy, and you should NEVER buy a display without looking at it, IN PERSON. everyone's eyes are different. one monitor to one person can look completely different to another person. this is the best advice i can give.Edited by coreyL - 1/11/11 at 12:08am