Hello everyone, I hope you can help me finding my new monitor. I made another post before but I changed my mind about some stuff so lets try again.
I am looking for a new monitor for graphic design and photography, that can show most accurate print colours as possible (with calibration).
Approximate Purchase Date: start of May
Budget Range: $500-1000 / But I would buy it from some Danish company - so prices might be different.
Monitor Usage from Most to Least Important: Color Management > Photo editing > graphic design > watching movies > gaming
Physical Size (Diagonal): 24-27" inches
Resolution You'll Consider: 1920 x 1200 I heard is best for graphics nowadays
Refresh rate shouldn't be too slow either, I like movies and games too.
Stand Functions: height, tilt
Additional Comments: I want the best image quality, for its price. The colors have to me more or less even all over the screen. I need a screen that can be hardware calibrated, I want it to be good for gaming too.
After some suggestions from this forum, talking to my photography teacher and looking through gazillion reviews I stopped at NEC LCD2490WUXI2 - but I got so many mixed reviews so I am not sure if its worth it.