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vlad42

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I need a preferably a lcd monitor with a vga plug for under $100 (The lower The better). I have searched ebay and the all famous newegg, but i have only found really expensive ones or they didn't include a plug, or they didnt work at all. I need a link to this kind of item im searching for. Thanx in advance
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What size? that would help and most lcd monitors have both vga and digital cables
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somewhere around 12-10 inches. Maybe less.
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17" would probably be cheaper since they are more popular. You say Newegg is too expensive - they have several for $110 and an Acer for $110 and free shipping. Note that VGA is the same as D-Sub.
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Nobody gets it do they?
I need a cheap screen (don't care what size, reselution, or type)
All i need is a cheap screen (can be used)
To use to operate my compaq.
The only requierements is that its the chapest, it works, and it has a powercord.
everything else, i dont care.
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Nobody gets it do they?

It's not necessary to be rude - all it gets you is no more FREE help from me. Have a good day.
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hi again. Im sorry but i was in a bad mood at that time (someone was breaking my keyboard)......
Yeah..... But i have found this other site, it i dont remember its name but it sells used electronic stuff. Ill post a link as soon as i find it in my history.

Google NCIX

Edited by vlad42, 24 November 2009 - 11:40 PM.

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I would not buy used electronics on-line. You might check out local computer shops for used stuff that you can test before you buy. And you might get a good deal on a CRT monitor. They are big and heavy, but generally offer very good displays.
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OK...
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I need a preferably a lcd monitor with a vga plug for under $100


I need a cheap screen (don't care what size, reselution, or type)


Well I have to agree, a computer shop with used monitors would be the best option. That way you could see the monitor working. Since it doesn't matter then you are pretty much open to anything that gets a picture on the screen.
Good luck
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