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Old 07-04-2006, 12:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need help choosing 19'' Widescreen

I'm looking for a nice, clear, gaming LCD widescreen that's 19''.

The thing budget is about 200 shipped....150 would be better.

My main question is....does DVI-D make that much of a difference? Because the Acer screens seem to be good but they don't have DVI inputs...only VGA.

I'm also willing to get a 17'' widescreen if there is a really nice one to be had for a good price.

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Not that much of a difference, probably wouldn't Notice doing surfing or in windows things, but in games I noticed a difference.


I know its over your Budget, however its only 20$ Or So over, But its free Ground shipping and no Tax. So its worth it IMO.
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