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Originally Posted by grandestfail9190;12517261 
So I will only notice the colours if I am photoshopping right?

Yes, for photos and videos and if you have a very good eye for colors.
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Is there an image difference between H-IPS and S-IPS? Reason i ask is that i have noticed that LG has some LCD(non-led) tv's that use S-IPS panels.
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Originally Posted by RAFFY;12517347 
Is there an image difference between H-IPS and S-IPS? Reason i ask is that i have noticed that LG has some LCD(non-led) tv's that use S-IPS panels.

There is a bit of difference since the pixels are aligned differently in H-IPS panels. Nothing drastic, though.
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post #14 of 39
The difference is with pixel shape.

AS-IPS
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H-IPS
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S-IPS
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RAFFY;12517347 
Is there an image difference between H-IPS and S-IPS? Reason i ask is that i have noticed that LG has some LCD(non-led) tv's that use S-IPS panels.

Philips plays a big role in those, thus LG Philips panels.
Edited by Jesus H Christ - 2/24/11 at 10:10pm
post #15 of 39
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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp;12517271 
Actually, e-IPS is derived from S-IPS (though not in such a significant way as H-IPS is) so it has near-equal image quality as normal S-IPS.

Yes, e-IPS is still very good though. It just won't be considered professional grade by the Pro's.
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I've been using Amazon.com: NEC MultiSync 20WMGX2-BK 20.1" LCD Monitor: Computer & Accessories (AS-IPS) for several years now and couldn't be more happy with it smile.gif

Yes, NEC is very good. I like this one:
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/NEC-EA231WMi-BK-23-Inch-MultiSync-Widescreen/dp/B002LARVYK/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=IOOVSWFOHNU0F&colid=DIKBGIPVTSFD"]Amazon.com: NEC EA231WMi-BK 23-Inch MultiSync Widescreen LCD Monitor: Computer & Accessories[/ame]
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I also have a couple Dell U2410's. They compare quite favorably to the HP LP3065 I had at work. So far, I absolutely love them. I need a third!
post #17 of 39
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Originally Posted by Jesus H Christ;12517368 
The difference is with pixel shape.

Philips plays a big role in those, thus LG Philips panels.

Philips makes S-IPS? Ill stay away from those i hate Philips only thing they have ever made that was good is the norelco shaver lol
post #18 of 39
S-IPS has a "sparkly" surface that throws some people off. I don't mind it now but it was odd at first.
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Originally Posted by RAFFY;12517449 
Philips makes S-IPS? Ill stay away from those i hate Philips only thing they have ever made that was good is the norelco shaver lol

LG fixed all the bad things that usually come out of Philips design rooms and think tanks. Partnership is good. Although it ended in 2007.
Edited by Jesus H Christ - 2/24/11 at 10:19pm
post #19 of 39
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Originally Posted by grandestfail9190;12517223 
Exactly why I have been looking at IPS monitors. I heard their colours were crazy awesome. Response time is a little high, but I wouldn't mind. It's quality > performance to me. tongue.gif

The colors are definitely wonderful. I'm currently using the factory calibration since my lighting changes so much but I'd love to get to calibrated to my environment should I find a more static environment.

As for response time, I was previously using my 25.5" Asus as my main monitor. I find that games are more smooth on my IPS screen than they were on the Asus. I used to get terrible ghosting with the Asus whereas the Dell has none. So far, I can't think of a single problem I've had with the Dell besides the buttons not being sensitive enough (they are capacitive). There are so many inputs and the built in USB hub is great.
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post #20 of 39
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Originally Posted by Jesus H Christ;12517463 
S-IPS has a "sparkly" surface that throws some people off. I don't mind it now but it was odd at first.



LG fixed all the bad things that usually come out of Philips design rooms and think tanks. Partnership is good. Although it ended in 2007.

Well thats good because Philips is just fail boat. Hey guys look at this HP IPS monitor!
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