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Asus pb238q vs. dell ultrasharp U2312HM

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April 3, 2014 4:55:19 PM

Well which is better. Also give reasons to your answers. And finally I also would like to know of any 120+ hz panels I was looking at the Asus vg248qe. So answer away
April 3, 2014 4:57:20 PM

Asus VG278HR 27" - 144hz 1920x1080 £420 though.

BenQ XL2720Z 27" - Cheaper £320 more suited for gaming.

But out of the two I would pick Asus.
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April 3, 2014 5:04:13 PM

The monitor Aphala suggested is a lot more than the others, and unless you have a great PC to push new games way above 60FPS, you don't really need a 120Hz/144Hz monitor. Out of the two you were looking at I would go with the ASUS. But if you are looking for a great budget 23" monitor, I highly recommend this monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

I used to scoff at Acer, but after using that monitor I really love that monitor, great colors, viewing angles, and contrast for its price range. Only thing to consider is that it doesn't have VESA mounting holes, but the bezel is really small and would be great for multi-monitor setups on a desk. It is also glossy, but if you can deal with a bit of glare(almost non-existent when on), you get to enjoy the complete lack of distortion that comes with heavy anti-glare coatings. So you get the cleanest image possible. This monitor's screen is so close to the glass the glare nearly goes away entirely while powered on. I highly recommend it if it suits your needs.
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April 3, 2014 5:08:04 PM

patrick47018 said:
The monitor Aphala suggested is a lot more than the others, and unless you have a great PC to push new games way above 60FPS, you don't really need a 120Hz/144Hz monitor. Out of the two you were looking at I would go with the ASUS. But if you are looking for a great budget 23" monitor, I highly recommend this monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

I used to scoff at Acer, but after using that monitor I really love that monitor, great colors, viewing angles, and contrast for its price range. Only thing to consider is that it doesn't have VESA mounting holes, but the bezel is really small and would be great for multi-monitor setups on a desk. It is also glossy, but if you can deal with a bit of glare(almost non-existent when on), you get to enjoy the complete lack of distortion that comes with heavy anti-glare coatings. So you get the cleanest image possible. This monitor's screen is so close to the glass the glare nearly goes away entirely while powered on. I highly recommend it if it suits your needs.


True, forgot to mention that he/she could also stick to a 24" haha
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April 3, 2014 5:21:47 PM

Personally, I have the U2312HM, and I recommend the screen to anyone I meet in our store that buys a screen.
Great colors after calibration and virtually no input lag (0.5 ms input lag, comparing to screens like Asus and BenQ which have 20~50 ms input lag).

Not to mention it's IPS an relatively cheap.
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