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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-05-2005, 11:06 AM - Thread Starter
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Can anyone tell me what would be best as far as a LCD monitor or LCD TV/Monitor would be for hook up to my entertainment computer. Im thinking of a size around 20 inches or so 19-24 inches. =p But if anyone knows one with fast refresh times and so on help me out

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I got a Dell 2005 fpw (20.1 widescreen) a couple of weels ago and cannot find fault with it ...it has a 16ms response time and with the Dvi connection it has a refresh rate of 60hz with a resolution of 1680x1050 , it plays movies really nice and gaming is so much more fun ....there's bigger and better monitors out there but for the price , size & performance £410 u.k is a good deal ...i think Dell U.S.A do some pretty good deals , they also got a 24" widescreen .....here's a link for the Dell 2005 fpw @ Dell.com

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This Sony one is real nice.
Yes, it is.. But it's price is nice too

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