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    Hi All ,

    I am in a bit of a dilemma my comp. screen is dying and I am looking to buy another. (MS System)My problem is the more I look the more my head hurts. My budget is about $500. Anyone have any suggestions/experience on which would be good to get

    Cheers Glen

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    Buy the best you can afford Glen, not sure about brands and techs but others will be able to help I'm sure.

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    The Dell Ultrasharp series are excellent monitors. The U2410 (<- that is a bloody good price) is an excellent monitor indeed. 24" IPS display, 1920x1200 (16:10) resolution, wiiiiide gamut (100% sRGB and 96% AdobeRGB I believe).

    I however opted for the U2311H (23" IPS, 1920x1080 16:9, 100% sRGB & 82% AdobeRGB) currently on special at $222, they are a steal! They're less expensive than my Samsung 23" (TN) I had before it and my goodness do they make it look bloody terrible! I'm so impressed, I've ordered a second as I prefer a dual monitor setup and 2 U2410 was a wee bit too much!

    Make sure you look for an IPS display not the generally cheaper TN monitors which are aimed more at the casual/gamer market. See if you can have a look around and find something that you like the look of then look up some reviews of them.

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    Hi Richard

    I should have looked at this thread before as it would have saved me time. I did my research and purchased my Dell monitor this morning, but I went the 27 inch monitor rather than 2 smaller. Nice to know my choice has been confirmed

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