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Old 05-15-2005, 01:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to upgrade my monitor from a Syncmaster 152n 15" LCD monitor to something with a bigger screen and obviously good resolution. I like the LCD's for the space they save. Whats the best choices for monitors without spending tons of $?
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I don't know a whole lot about LCD monitors or what your budget is but I can tell you I have a 17" Samsung SyncMaster 710T and I like it.
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i have some nice LCD's bookmarked

i need to know your price range though
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I just bought an LG Flatron L1715S after upgrading from my old 15" TFT...

Im very pleased with it.
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Here's the one that I just got: Balance 19" LCD

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* 19" LCD monitor
* DVI digital link, DVI and VGA cable included
* 500:1 contrast ratio
* Reaction time (Tr/Tf) 15ms/10ms
* Brightness 250 cd/m
* 1280 x 1024 resolution
* 0.296 pixel pitch
* Digital interface
* 2.5W x 2 speakers
* 56-75Hz frequency
* AC 100V-AC 240V
* 50W power consumption
* Standard 100 mm wall mount
* 13 lbs. weight
* 50,000 hour lamp life
* View angle, R/L/U/D ( CR ?10) 85? / 85? / 85? / 85?
$299.72 USD
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Price range somewhere in the $300.00 area.
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Are you a gamer? If so and a serious one, let me recommend something a little out of you budget but, kicks major @zz...

This is the monitor that I bought about 2 months ago... It's roughly $429.00 at newegg.com (This monitor is unbelievable for gaming...) DVD's are incredible too... MAX RES this thing all you want... "The DOWN SIDE - It's HUGE!!!"
http://www.viewsonic.com/products/de...series/g220fb/
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I've heard alot of good things about Samsung monitors, I got a couple friends that love them.
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Samsungs are really nice. The Dell Ultrasharp series isnt half bad either
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dell ultrasharp 1905FP
hyundai L90D+
Viewsonic VP171B-2
for $100 more you can get yourself a 2005fpw
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