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Displays Seaching for an excellent 1920x1080 monitor

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by hotnikkelz, 7 Jul 2009.

  1. Jambo72

    Jambo72 Playstuff.net

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    [​IMG]

    Like this ;)
     
  2. JaredC01

    JaredC01 Hardware Nut

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    To that I point this out...

    http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?p=2034318
     
  3. GoodBytes

    GoodBytes How many wifi's does it have?

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  4. JaredC01

    JaredC01 Hardware Nut

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    I believe it is, though the OP is also from the US. I just ordered one yesterday for myself.
     
  5. bobtheangryflower

    bobtheangryflower lalala

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    just go with a samsung led tv thatll solve the problem lol
    but prolly over your budget
     
  6. disturbed13

    disturbed13 What's a Dremel?

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    if thats not the understatement of the year i dont know what is
    someone has to ask the dumb questions
    so someone else wont
    and not everyone has enough time to sit behind their pc reading wiki
    furthermore if no ones want to answer the questions then why is there a discussion?
    better yet, why is there a fourm?

    anywho
    he said > 22"
    meaning smaller then 22"
    and the native res of those monitors dont come close to 1080, they are 1050 and less
    so hes looking in a very small, very rare range for that size
    a 23" monitor is in the 1080p native resolution
    but thats not what he wants
    hes going to have a hard time finding a monitor under 22" LCD in the mainstream market
    (i.e. newegg.com and tigerdirect.com )
    someone needs to find an online specialized retailer for graphic design, or photography
    and i have no idea where to look for that
     
  7. disturbed13

    disturbed13 What's a Dremel?

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  8. disturbed13

    disturbed13 What's a Dremel?

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    okay you know
    the more that i look around
    the luckier that it seems you get
     
  9. GoodBytes

    GoodBytes How many wifi's does it have?

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    Arrg, No I did not mean it THAT way (ie: beeing offensive). Sorry for my poor choice of words and miss expressing myself.

    Yes I noticed, but I went with the router of "bigger than (name of the sign) 22inch" in the sense of the chat/forum abbreviation.
     
  10. MiNiMaL_FuSS

    MiNiMaL_FuSS ƬӇЄƦЄ ƁЄ ƇƠƜƧ ӇЄƦЄ.

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  11. JaredC01

    JaredC01 Hardware Nut

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    For the record, the symbol > 22" = GREATER than 22".

    If he wanted a monitor SMALLER than 22", it would have been < 22".

    Also, he references a 24" BenQ in his OP... Also a clue he wants LARGER than 22".

    I'll stick with my post... Just a TAD over budget, though well worth the extra few bucks over a cheaper panel.
     
  12. disturbed13

    disturbed13 What's a Dremel?

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    you know Mr. Daniels has that lingering effect
    good to know btw
     
  13. hotnikkelz

    hotnikkelz What's a Dremel?

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    I meant greater than 22 in.

    Anyway...wafter much borwsing and searching I'm having an extremely difficult time finding an affordable 24 in PVA/IPS panel monitor and an impressive (but available!!) 22 in. See I have to shop from Amazon....so now i Have no choice but to probably buy a TN monitor *sigh* pity.

    So...again guys, shoot. I'm considering the Samsung 215tw?! that bit-tech recommends since it seems color accurate, but it's only a 21 in. SHould i bite the bullet?
     
  14. GoodBytes

    GoodBytes How many wifi's does it have?

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    Why can you only order form Amazon? why not Dell? why not HP? why not any company that also have a store?
     
  15. hotnikkelz

    hotnikkelz What's a Dremel?

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    I'm from the Caribbean and almost all of these companies don't accept credit cards online from foreign banks it seems. Amazon accepts it though. They also don't have any stores here. Well Dell does, but the markup on the price is far higher than if I had ordered it myself....their selection is UBER limited as well.
     
  16. Er-El

    Er-El Minimodder

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    I was actually in the market for the same thing until I realised that the 16:9 monitor currently in the market today are all 6-bit TN panels. But there's hope. Samsung have just announced a 23" 1080p (1920x1080) 16:9 LED backlit display with a dynamic contrast ratio of 5M:1 (i.e. 16,000:1 real contrast); it's really nice looking to boot.

    Personally, I'm gonna hold out a little longer for a 24" one as the monitor I have now is 24" already (BenQ FP241WZ).
     
  17. Elton

    Elton Officially a Whisky Nerd

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    I have no faith in LED backlits, if only because bleeding is WORSE than regular LCDs...

    HP LP2475w is your cheapest 24" choice.
     
  18. GoodBytes

    GoodBytes How many wifi's does it have?

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    I don't have 20 LCD's here.. my only LED backlit one is the one on my Latitude E6400, which is a 14inch wide LG one (6-bit, 16ms response, 1440x900, TN panel, non-glossy, anti-reflective coating), and it has no backlit bleeding.

    If a LAPTOP thin panel LCD can do a good job (and most good TV's), you know that companies that produces desktop LCD's monitors with backlit bleeding are either jerking off or maximize profits and laugh at everyone who idiotic enough to buy them.
     
  19. Zomygodowned

    Zomygodowned What's a Dremel?

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    SM2333SW samsung its absolutely amazing dell sucks the contrasts are horrific
    20000:1 contrast
    1920x1080
    23 inch
     
  20. SiG

    SiG What's a Dremel?

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    You mean this one?:
    [​IMG]

    It uses Samsung's LTM230HT01 TFT Panel which just happens to be Twisted Nematic (TN). OP is attempting to avoid this.

    As for Dell, they don't manufacture LCD Panels and as such purchase them from vendors such as Samsung, BenQ, etc. Therefore it's somewhat difficult to directly fault Dell since they are somewhat limited to what the OEMs make available to them.


    As for OP, care to be somewhat more specific than Carribean? After all it is an archipelago. Bahamas? Cuba? Jamaica? Puerto Rico?
     

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