I'm about to buy a computer monitor, but I'd like to get one that suports HD. Now, do all monitors support 1080p? I'd like to use it with my PS3 as well, so I asume that it needs HDMI inputs. Keeping this in mind, which monitor would you recomend in 22" size.
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Thanks for repplies. Actually, it's better if it is a 24", but I'm trying to stay within realistic price range. Forgot to mention, it would be good if it was a wide screen as well, and needs to have decent response time for gaming. I'd like to get something under $400-$450 perhaps. I'm trying to cut some corners and get a TV replacment within a monitor.
This is the first 24" LCD that uses a 6-bit panel to hit the street. All 22" LCDs are 6-bit TN was well. Basically that means they are cheap to produce and have low response times, but poor colors, viewing angles, not so dark blacks compared to higher end 8-bit panels that uses better technology. (Generally speaking.)
If you want a 1080p compliant LCD monitor then you need to save up more money.
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