|02-25-08, 01:43 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Need a new display.
I'm thinking about upgrading to a new display. I'm looking for a widescreen display with above average color reproduction, above average viewing angles, and above average brightness/contrast ratio. Meaning, I'm trying to stay away from TN panels.
Something around 20.1"+ Maxing around 23" is what I'm looking for. Also, DVI is obviously required. Something less than $450 is much preferred (something around $350 would be nice).
Whats the king of displays around these specs? Best price/performance/etc ratio.
Reason I ask is that most tech sites are rather bland as far as reviews lately.
|02-25-08, 06:10 PM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Re: Need a new display.
I'd get a good 20" one, like Samsung SyncMaster 206bw:
-> 3000:1 dynamic contrast, 2ms, MagicBright colours, dvi w/ hdcp support.
22" ones are just a waste of money, as they offer noting over a 20" one - same resolution and thus more clunky pixels, and that for more money
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