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Any decent 17" or 19" LCD Monitors under/around $400?

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Anonymous
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June 17, 2004 5:07:36 PM

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My budget is around $400. I need suggestion on Manufacturer & Model #.
Thanks
Anonymous
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a b C Monitor
June 17, 2004 5:07:37 PM

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> My budget is around $400. I need suggestion on Manufacturer & Model #.
> Thanks

LCD technology seems to be pretty standard across manufacturers, even the
cheap ones are pretty good. Try newegg.com and check out their 17" lineup
(you won't see any 19" for that price). They range from about $380 on up,
and there's only a small increase in contrast ratio among the $480++ models.
They pretty much all have the same dot pitch and native resolution.
Anonymous
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a b C Monitor
June 18, 2004 2:28:24 PM

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>> My budget is around $400. I need suggestion on Manufacturer & Model #.
>> Thanks

Don't quote me on this..... but i "think" the NEC
models in that price range have a faster response
time....whihc might be worth having
Anonymous
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June 19, 2004 12:42:07 AM

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In article <p063d0harsk94ci3f5tcg85bh7plod9463@4ax.com>,
This.Is.A.Fake.address@hotmail.com says...
> My budget is around $400. I need suggestion on Manufacturer & Model #.
> Thanks
>

www.bizrate.com - they have a good search interface for
narrowing down the options. When I looked earlier in
the week, there are around 70 17" LCD 1280x1024 monitors
in that price range.

www.pricescan.com - is another source, but you can only
search by screen size in inches, not display resolution
(unless they changed that)
!