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is it a TV or is a monitor?


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racenutalways

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If it's a monitor just how bad would it be for PC use?

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Should be fine to use but a wee bit pricey I think to be honest. Plenty of other cheaper options around...I use a 22" LG Flatron I purchased for £109 the other year, which though TV capable etc works just fine for myself with my main rig.

End of the day any of the those types of multi-media hardware are just fine for monitor us only. :)
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I paid 200$ for my 24", thought 32" 1080p for 400$ is cheap!!
I'd prefer a 30" Dell, but 1100$ canuck money is wayyy too much for general use!
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Fair play. :)
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