Monior for eyefinity Tri setup.. What you think? LED23" or this 25" LCD
The size of it makes me want to go with the lcd but im worried about the glare on the monitor.
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I recently bough the HP 2711x 27" LED monitor and it was my first change from an LCD to LED. I am in no way disappointed. It's incredible and LEDs use an insanely small amount of electricity. Colors and brightness are great too.
My netbook uses LED and desktop runs on LCD, can't notice any difference between LCD and LED. But some say LED uses less power.
For eyefinity, I'll find a screen that supports swivel so you can have the option of trying Eyefinity in either portrait or landscape mode and see which setup is the best for you.