24 inch 1080p monitor

Time to upgrade to a 24 inch monitor . The 1920 x 1080 panles are pretty reasonably priced and Im interested to hear opinons and suggestions from people who have bought an LCD like this in the last few months
Thanks !
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  1. The BenQ E2400HD, it is a Very good monitor I personally use. 1920x1080 16:9 (Full HD - Don' Argue.) 2ms (GtG), HDMI, DVI, VGA, And Sound!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjBNm414nlo here's my Demo!
  2. My recommendation is the Asus VK246H (or VW246H which does not have a webcam).

    http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/review/2009/review-asus-vk246h.html

    Search for my review in this forum.
  3. samsung p2370
  4. I've been using a BenQ E2200HD (22" 1080p) for a few months and love it. I've had a couple friends buy them after seeing mine. They have been pretty cheap here recently, as low as 150CAD when ya catch a deal.
  5. Outlander_04 said:
    Time to upgrade to a 24 inch monitor . The 1920 x 1080 panles are pretty reasonably priced and Im interested to hear opinons and suggestions from people who have bought an LCD like this in the last few months
    Thanks !


    -maybe I am wrong, but I thought that standard resolution for 24inch monitor panels was 1920x1200? and 23'' have 1920x1080.
  6. @ Blackhawk1928: There's a bit of a battle going on: Some are 16:10 (1920x1200) but most manufacturers seem to be moving to the 16:9 1920x1080, aspect ratio for HD compatability.

    @Outlander_04: Take a look at Xbitlabs, they have a huge archive of monitor reviews, as does Cnet.
  7. coozie7 said:
    @ Blackhawk1928: There's a bit of a battle going on: Some are 16:10 (1920x1200) but most manufacturers seem to be moving to the 16:9 1920x1080, aspect ratio for HD compatability.

    @Outlander_04: Take a look at Xbitlabs, they have a huge archive of monitor reviews, as does Cnet.


    Or they are doing it to inflate their profits, even if ever so slightly.

    I know my 1920x1200 screen is perfectly compatible with HD content and in fact is HDCP compliant.
  8. ^Do I detect the ugly whiff of a cynic here?:)
  9. I have this guy:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236033

    She's a beauty. There are some cheaper ones on newegg that don't include a webcam and/or 1200p, but it's up to you.
  10. Thanks for the xbitlabs tip .

    I would actually prefer a 1920 x 1200 monitor but they cost a lot more .
    The 1920 x 1080 units are very well priced and I can probably run my favorite games without a gfx card upgrade at that resolution too . The extra pixels on the 1200 high screen would probably be a step too far .

    1920 x 1200 = 2304000 pixels

    1920 x 1080 = 2073600 pixels

    Roughly 11% more pixels means 11 % slower frame rates so the 1080 resolution is my best compromise .The BenQ , ASUS and ACER models are on my shortlist and its great to hear that they are decent monitors even though they are so cheap
    Thanks
  11. The Creme de le creme is the Dell 2408WFP - now on sale for only $439. Pricey compared to the TN panel computers but you get what you pay for. The Dell has PVA panel and 1920x1200 resolution.

    http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?sku=320-6272&cs=19&c=us&l=en&dgc=SS&cid=39715&lid=1003774

    See see these sites for recommendations and multple reviews and note the Dell 2408WFP on both.

    http://www.consumersearch.com/lcd-monitors

    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/
  12. Is it actually true that extra screen area is directly proportional to performance loss? I don't think so...

    Interesting though. I wonder if you can fit a formula to that..
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