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Old 05-19-2007, 08:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I saw a monitor one monitor at a store that had a very bad glare on the screen. I was looking at this monitor on newegg, and was wondering if it would have a glare even though it doesn't have anti-glare written in specs. - Acer AL1917WAbd Black 19" 5ms DVI Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 700:1 Built in Speakers - Retail

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If its in a room, there shouldn't be glare...


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even with lights on, cause the one in the store was REALLY bad
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Old 05-19-2007, 08:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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its a good monitor i have it for my secound rig. recommend u buy it
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It should be fine. Glare usually isn't a problem indoors unless you are in a very bright environment. Stores generally have a lot of lights blasting on their display units to make them look shiny and pretty. But in a typical room, you only have one or two sources of light which aren't as bad.

Outdoors can be bad. My DV6000Z has a glossy LCD screen. It's great indoors (delivers vibrant colors and is better than my matte 19" LCD). But outdoors, it's so reflective that it makes viewing almost impossible on a sunny day.

That LCD in the link has a matte screen, so glare/reflection shouldn't be a problem.
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my friends got that screen and its fine.

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