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What is a good monitor for games/pictures/video?

Last response: in Computer Peripherals
January 17, 2006 6:43:43 AM

I want to upgrade my CRT monitor and get an LCD so I can have more room on my desk and mabye get a better picture

I don't really know what is a good brand though

I have heard that LG and dell are good monitors
January 18, 2006 5:37:22 PM

I Prefer (And Happen To Own) A Monitor That Was [Sadly] Discontinued In Late 2002.... The Silicon Graphics (SGI) 1600SW 17.4" 16:10 Wide-Screen And Its The Absolute Best Monitor Ive Ever Use (If It Dies Im Going "E-Baying" For Another) Its Has An Amazing .23mm Dot Pitch (The Average LCD Has A Dot Pitch Of .255 - .29) And CRT Quality Color Accuracy (97%) And Has A Native Resolution Of 1600x1024. The Whites Are Actually White And The Blacks Are Extremely Close To Black (Dont Let he 350:1 Contrast Fool You The Actual Contrast Ratio Im Positive Is Much Higher) And Even Though ts Offiicial (B/W) Responce Time Is 40ms It Behaves As Smooth If Not Smoother Than Much Faster Rated (12/16ms) LCDs Ive Used/Owned.

Note: Due To The .23mm Dot Pitch It Scales EXTREMELY Well (Nearly As Good As A CRT (Id Say Of By About 5%) Clear Down To 800x600 (Without "Jaggies" Or Lost Details)