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ASUS VN248H-P vs ASUS MX239H

Im buying a new monitor, I have a choice between the VN248H-P or the MX239H. There is a full 90$ difference at the moment and that's a ton, I feel in love with the MX's frameless bezel and slimness. The VN is only different in pixel pitch bezel
MX= 0.2652mm
VN= 0.2745mm
Also speed
MX=28~83 KHz
VN=30~80 KHz
Buts that doesnt bother me to much i mean 3hz
last thing is like i said the bezel which i LOVE (on the MX) and the thinness.
My dad mentioned to me that when you look at the monitor you dont even realize the bezel only the image, thats true and when it comes to that there are no differences once so ever. There is a huge price gap for the two for the few differences of 90$.
Im just not sure which to pick, is it better to get what i want and not always look back wishing i could get the other or save 90$ and get over it?
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    I would save the $90. I'm not seeing a $90 difference in equipment between the two of them.

    Oddly enough, the lower cost panel seems to have .8 inches more screen size, and an MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) input for smart phones and tablets that have an MHL output.
  2. bigpinkdragon286 said:
    I would save the $90. I'm not seeing a $90 difference in equipment between the two of them.

    Oddly enough, the lower cost panel seems to have .8 inches more screen size, and an MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) input for smart phones and tablets that have an MHL output.

    I noticed this also I think that will be the one to go with, ascetics is all I see in difference no where near 90$ though and the little stuff but yeah the cheaper one is bigger and has the MHL, so I will go with that one but with Black Friday and cyber Monday like right around the corner is that deal to good to give up or should I wait and see what happens?
  3. The price is pretty good as it stands. You'll probably be finding that panels cheaper than the one you are looking at are likely TN and not IPS. Response time might be somewhat better, but color reproduction and viewing angles are going to suffer. I'm sure you'll find screens deeply discounted, but they may not match the specs. Only time and patience will tell.
  4. bigpinkdragon286 said:
    The price is pretty good as it stands. You'll probably be finding that panels cheaper than the one you are looking at are likely TN and not IPS. Response time might be somewhat better, but color reproduction and viewing angles are going to suffer. I'm sure you'll find screens deeply discounted, but they may not match the specs. Only time and patience will tell.


    I am for sure going with the IPS that is such a good deal im not sure if i want to get it or wait?
  5. Lol, I agree, tough decision!
  6. haha what would you do?
  7. Both are IPS panels and I would only go with an IPS panel monitor. I would recommend going with the ASUS VN248H-P and saving the $90. You will never regret saving the money when it doesn't cost you performance.
  8. What would I do? Depends. If I needed a screen at the moment, I wouldn't hesitate to order up the lower cost of the two you've picked. For my purposes, that's a price I would be more than satisfied with. But, since I don't need a screen, I'm content to wait for a deal too good to pass up.
  9. bigpinkdragon286 said:
    What would I do? Depends. If I needed a screen at the moment, I wouldn't hesitate to order up the lower cost of the two you've picked. For my purposes, that's a price I would be more than satisfied with. But, since I don't need a screen, I'm content to wait for a deal too good to pass up.

    I have a 19" 1280 x 1024 square monitor only 450:1 proview monitor I have a monitor but it's from 2004. I just wonder if I should wait or go ahead like can that monitor get any lower and price?.... Check this out10$ off the mx
    But are you think the mx will even come below 160$? And is the cheaper one price unbeatable and the price won't go any lower and I should buy it?
  10. The price can always come down, but there is no way we can know if it will, on an item like that. The significant sale days of the year being so close, it may not hurt so much to wait.
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