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I am looking for a new 1920x1200 monitor, preferably 24" and roughly ~$350 or less. I feel like it was much easier to find a 1920x1200 a couple years ago, I am getting slightly frustrated trying to find a monitor now. The primary use for this monitor will be for gaming so please keep that in mind.

Thank you
post #2 of 12
Don't think you will find a 1920x1200 24 inch anymore and if you do they will charge you an arm and leg for it. You could go to a 28 inch I-Inc for $249 its 1920x1200
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I am looking for a new 1920x1200 monitor, preferably 24" and roughly ~$350 or less. I feel like it was much easier to find a 1920x1200 a couple years ago, I am getting slightly frustrated trying to find a monitor now. The primary use for this monitor will be for gaming so please keep that in mind.

Thank you
HP LA2405wg
$289.99
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824176141
Edited by Silentsoul_600 - 3/6/11 at 6:21pm
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If you can afford to spend a little extra, go for the Dell U2410. It is a really nice monitor and I believe the prices now are lower than they were last year.

You spend most of your time on your computer staring at your monitor, so why not get something really good?
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Not much better deal period than the i-inc 28". Apparantly the Hanns-G version is higher binned pixel wise. I have no idea if it's actually true or not, it just seems like occasionally (like the one I own), the i-inc will have a hot pixel or dead pixel.

Thursdays ebill can get you another $20 off. Entertainment book's website also used to have a coupon for $30 off 300 if you had other stuff to buy.
post #6 of 12
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I found that one and a $360 Samsung: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001371, both didn't look to great at gaming. I might end up having to sacrifice the extra pixels for a better monitor.

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If you can afford to spend a little extra, go for the Dell U2410. It is a really nice monitor and I believe the prices now are lower than they were last year.

You spend most of your time on your computer staring at your monitor, so why not get something really good?
That's about $200 dollars extra. I can do it, but that just seems to much for a 24" monitor to me.
Edited by Doogiehouser - 3/6/11 at 6:30pm
post #7 of 12
this is a 1920x1080. i just picked one up and am LOVING it soo far

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post #8 of 12
The Samsung 2433 and 2443 24" moniters are always a good bet! I own both.
post #9 of 12
It's a disgrace that resolutions gets lower and lower all the time.
Soon my 5 inch pocket gadget will have higher resolution and better monitor than my PC monitors.

It's about time they put some soul and sweat into making PC monitors at the same PPI as the OLED we see on phones today.
If a 24' PC monitor had the same PPI as my HTC Legend we'd be having monitors with 3840*2400 in resolution.
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best buy has a lcd tv that is 1900x1080 for 350.00 32" technically its a tv but with that mode being native it will look good
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