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When he can afford one, why not recommend one? Also for HD movies, you'd want a monitor with high colour accuracy, which IPS has. Insisting a monitor has a HDMI connection is silly as it limits the choice. Graphics card come with a DVI to HDMI adapter for a reason.

I just do not see the justice in price for a higher end panel.

if they are using the same panel, then yes, they'll be very close in quality.
All I am saying with HDMI is it will allow more connection capabilities bc of it will have a DVI connection included.

I do not believe that's true at all. Lets take tv's for instance if you look at a Dynex 32" LED 120hz 1080P TV and a Samsung 32" LED 120hz 1080P TV with some what the same color ratios and same source with same kind of connection you will see the Samsungs picture decimates the Dynex. They are the same type of panel, but from different manufacturers.
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I do not believe that's true at all. Lets take tv's for instance if you look at a Dynex 32" LED 120hz 1080P TV and a Samsung 32" LED 120hz 1080P TV with some what the same color ratios and same source with same kind of connection you will see the Samsungs picture decimates the Dynex. They are the same type of panel, but from different manufacturers.
TV's are different as the firmware is much more crucial in image quality (see image processing engine) than in computer monitors. Image processing engines on PCs are software media players and their processing codecs.

Also the same type of panel does not mean it's the same exact panel model wise. There are different models of each type of panel.
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FWIW I have owned just about every hi-end monitor out there including everyone Apple ever made and I wasn't totally content the Dell U2410 came along. I don't think it's for the "gaming crowd" but it's the best all around performer in my book.
    
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