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Yes it is, it's the one I'm interested in getting but can't find a retailer that has it anymore sadly.
 

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I ended up getting it. (its freekn awesome as hell by the way)

I was looking at the specs for that dell monitor
..they dont even come close to this one..

Not sure what it has that this one doesn't?

U2311 contrast 10,000:1
E2350 contrast 5,000,000:1

U2311 brightness 300
E2350 brightness 250

U2311 response time 8ms
E2350 response time 5ms

U2311 color depth 16.7 million
E2350 color depth 16.7 million

o_O
 

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I ended up getting it. (its freekn awesome as hell by the way)

I was looking at the specs for that dell monitor
..they dont even come close to this one..

Not sure what it has that this one doesn't?

U2311 contrast 10,000:1
E2350 contrast 5,000,000:1

U2311 brightness 300
E2350 brightness 250

U2311 response time 8ms
E2350 response time 5ms

U2311 color depth 16.7 million
E2350 color depth 16.7 million

o_O


Haha, specs aren't the only thing to take into account, IPS panels are generally much better looking then TN panels with much better viewing angles and much higher color gamuts.

But I am sure your monitor looks nice too, so don't feel bad about not getting an IPS, if that LG isn't an IPS, have you checked its panel type?
 

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the contrast specs mean nothing as specs are non standardized so they can list whatever is the best result in the lab test according to the company's methodlogy.

the LG is a TN. You fell for the marketing specs tbh.
All LED monitors are s is a TN panel with a LED backlight. Don't fall the marketing hype of 'wow LED!!1111!11' e.g. those Samsung ads.

It's the panel that matters, not the backlight. The backlight is still important but the panel is FAR more important.

Damn marketing. The 'bigger numbers in a category I don't understand properly = it must a better product' marketing crap.
 
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