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So do you have another photo? I cant ignore her.
Since OP has answered his question, i don't feel bad going off topic.

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Problem solved?

EDIT: I just realized this post is absolutely no help.
No but it made me chuckle. /You broke my god damn mini chair!

Anyways... would this fix my problems?
http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en...1-4101131.html
...as I am very happy with HP's build quality and awesome stand... and the fact that I refuse to conform to 16:9. >8(
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The joys of TN panels.
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As said a million times already, this is an issue with TN panels (99% or more of monitors)

To get near perfect viewing angles, get an IPS monitor (from low end to high end: Dell U2211h, U2311h, U2410, U2711, U3011 (and that's just one monitor maker, dell)) or a CRT monitor. IPS panels also make TN panels look like garbage.
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Since OP has answered his question, i don't feel bad going off topic.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFOa1ME1YW4
omg that was so funny lmao

and you would want to Get IPS Lcd monitor you won't have this issue.
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As said a million times already, this is an issue with TN panels (99% or more of monitors)

To get near perfect viewing angles, get an IPS monitor (from low end to high end: Dell U2211h, U2311h, U2410, U2711, U3011 (and that's just one monitor maker, dell)) or a CRT monitor. IPS panels also make TN panels look like garbage.
Woah.... that is a huge ass resolution for that size. (I'm talking about the U2711.) I'm only used to seeing that on 30 inches.
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Woah.... that is a huge ass resolution for that size. (I'm talking about the U2711.) I'm only used to seeing that on 30 inches.
Yeah, it is. It's also expensive, lol
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as i was reading down the page i was hoping you didnt get the hp. i have that la2405wg monitor. its probably the worst monitor ever made.
i just use it a 3rd armpit so its not that important in my setup. i got mine for about $220 shipped. if you are serious about photo and video you MUST spend for high quality stuff.
the la2405wg has very bad colors and viewing angles. you'd think that by sitting infront of the monitor the viewing angles is not a big deal but 24" is kinda big and just moving your eyes from corner to corner the colors and text already fucc up. so you'd have to be directly infront of every pixel of the monitor to view it right lol. what a piece of crap from hp.
a friend of mine has a $500 hp monitor at his office that shows colors so horribly its unbelievable.


lucky for you you got that dell off craigslist. but for anyone else reading this just spend big bucks and cry once.

my best monitor is the V7. text is sharp and its a 2ms rated monitor. not so bright but its acceptable. the lp2465 was a nice monitor for its time as one of the first 24" monitors. its bright but the text is not sharp and clear. thats a big phail for text not being sharp. not recommended. the monitor does show nice colors and great viewing angles. lp2465 is a business monitor with a great build. input lag and response time is phail on this monitor.
the la2405wg is a bad monitor. the only thing it gets thumbs up for is power usage. i think it uses 45 -50W compared to the lp2465 which i think is over 100W. you can feel the heat it produces from the back.


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