so on the review, it said this
In sum, the overall quality of all of the monitors we tested is correct, which will be good enough for many users. At the same time, none is perfect. Whether you are bothered by ergonomics, color rendering or pixel latency, you will always have to compromise. It's up to you to figure out what is the right tradeoff.
How do I know or figure out what I like/want the most?
what exactly is color rendering?
or any other little detailed things.. that will make me like/dislike the monitor I choose.
I guess someone will say... Just go look at them in the store!!!
Which is probably true! So... here is my question:
How many of you of selected a new flat panel in the store, based on the fact you like the way the screen look in the store.
You then get home and start really working witht the computer... low and behold... the screen is not a nice as you liked it to be??