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Old 03-25-2008, 12:11 AM   #11 (permalink)
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the specs on this asus are wrather impressive
Newegg.com - ASUS MK241H Black 24" 2ms HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor with 1.3M Pixel Webcam 450 cd/m2 DC 3000:1 Built in Speakers - Retail
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The Sceptre x24wg-Naga 24" monitor with 1920 x 1200, 4000:1, 2ms is quite nice.
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whats the difference between TFT and MVA panels.
And any1 know the type of panel the ultrasharp 2408WFP dell is?

nm, found this LCD Panel Technology Explained - S-IPS, S-PVA, MVA and TN
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They're all "TFT". The difference is TN, MVA, IPS. TN is the cheapest to manufacture, has the crappiest colors but fastest response time. IPS has the best colors, costs the most but is usually the slowest. MVA is the middle ground. The colors are almost as good as IPS, the speed is almost as good as TN and the prices arent bad if you look around for them.
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whats the difference between TFT and MVA panels.
And any1 know the type of panel the ultrasharp 2408WFP dell is?

nm, found this LCD Panel Technology Explained - S-IPS, S-PVA, MVA and TN
all i know is the dell monitors are usually low end samsungs. unless your speding the 600$ on the 24 inch then itl be a high end samsung.
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