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Help choosing a LCD

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hi guys,
Will u please help me chosing a new LCD, it is gonna be used for movies, games...nothing pfrofessional
the models I've stopped by are:


Asus PG191

HP LP1965

HP w2007

Personaly I am realy intrigued by the Asus » PG191 but since I understand almost nothing of TFT - give me a hand and tell me what do u think, If u have any other ideas in the same price range any other suggestions
are heartly wellcome....

Regards, Inoel

Edited by Inoel, 28 April 2008 - 04:51 AM.

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The best thing i find when i have questions is to look up the hardware on NewEgg and read the reviews there.

They say your PG191 is nothing more than a fancy case with speakers and a standard monitor.

The 202 SR is a older model i wouldnt buy unless it was for cheap.

The H-P 2007 has the glossy glass type screen which i dont like, but really is not a detriment.

The LP1965 is just a regular 19 NON-wide screen.

All are close to each other in that they all have 1000 contrast, 300 brightness, and 55 watt power use.

So my choice would be none of the above. I prefer the Samsung monitors for their superior color control software. The plus is i can usually find the Samsung's cheaper than all the rest and their quality is usually above them all. I prefer the non glossy screens ( i have both types), and i prefer the regular screen over the wide screen( just my preference).

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