Out of all of them, I like RL2450H the most. I would've liked more information about a few others but since BenQ didn't post them up, I have no choice but to cross them out.
i check Asus VE248H reviews and ppl said that there was ghosting in it..
i was thinking of buying BenQ RL2450HT
and what about DELL ULTRASHARP U2412HM??? its color quality is great but will i get ghosting in it bcoz it has response time of 8 ms
No TFT monitor will have no ghosting, not even TN panels. It's just a question of how much ghosting, and in many cases it will be barely noticeable. You could take a look on TFT Central - they use high speed cameras to measure TFT performance and show you how much trails/ghosting there is.
Switching to a flat panel display will always mean compromise (in speed, and in colour quality too if you have a decent CRT) but it's the only way to get modern resolution gaming!
I have a PVA panel (slightly slower typically than IPS) and it's excellent for shooters. The only time you notice trails is during slow, steady movement which generally just means cutscenes (like the camera angle panning across the scene). In actual gameplay, I never notice trails.
Can you get Samsungs in India? They've developed an improved type of IPS called PLS - from the reviews I've seen they seem to be slightly faster than IPS without sacrificing any colour quality (maybe even improving on it infact) relative to IPS.
ASUS VG23AH this monitor is priced around 350-370$, it is IPS panel + 3d with 5 ms response time.. sud i go for it ???
only thing is its 23". m not sure if 24" or 23" makes any difference for viewing 1080p.
and i don't know anything about different types on IPS panels so don't know hows its display
Personally I'd definitely be willing to pay more for a 23"er but obviously if comes down to what your demands are for quality and how much you want to spend. As for noticing the difference, I did notice 24" feeling slightly larger and 23" then feeling a bit smaller again, but you adjust to the difference very quickly and then don't even notice. Obviously the other effect is on dpi but that's no noticeable difference from 23" to 24" (92dpi vs 96dpi, which you won't notice).