i want a semi pro monitor for photoshop and anime studio works & all the good monitors are 16:10
but my wacom tablet is 16:9 so basically it's not cool !!
i want to know is it possible to use a 16:10 monitor as 16:9 or not
Technically it's possible, for things like blu-ray that are recorded at 16:9. However, if you run such a monitor at 1920x1080 all the time, you probably paid extra for 120 pixels of vertical resolution you're not even using. You might wait for the Dell U2412HM (1920x1080, e-ips) or consider one of these 24-inch 1920x1080 MVA monitors:
you are completely right MauveCloud but i can live with wasting some cash but in return having a good panel
prevoiusly i was going to buy Benq ew2340v and then i saw Asus PA-246Q which is dedicated to photography and graphic (P-IPS panel and 98% Adobe RGB and 102% NTSC support !! which is a dream for me in these price range)
i fill the template that you menthioned:
Approximate Purchase Date: next month
Budget Range: 400-600 US$
Monitor Usage from Most to Least Important: photoshop - Illustrator and 2D animation
Country of Origin: us
Brand Preferences: I always worked with cheap tn panels from samsung and LG but now i'm thinking about Asus Dell and HP monitors
Physical Size (Diagonal): 22-24
Resolution(s) You'll Consider: 1920x1080 would be great but if i can change 1920x1200 native res to 1920X1080 i can live with that too !
Inputs Needed: HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI
Panel Type(s) Desired: P-IPS or H-IPS
LED Backlight: i prefer ccfl backlit
Speakers: not necessary
Wall-Mount: no VESA sup needed
Stand Functions: (height, tilt, swivel, pivot) i prefer to have all those adjustments
Additional Comments: i hate white bleeding in dark backgrounds
Looking at the TFT Central Monitor Panel Part Database, 1920x1080 is only available with BTNIII (not sure what that stands for, but the viewing angles are weak), TN Film, AMVA, cPVA, and e-IPS. I think a 2560x1440 monitor would be out of your price range.
With your requirements, that leaves you between the Asus PA246Q, the Dell U2410, and the HP LP2475W. Based on the color depths listed for them at prad.de, the Asus looks like it would be a 10-bit panel, except that the only true 10-bit panel of that size uses an RGB LED backlight, so it's probably 8-bit+AFRC (TFT central doesn't have the exact panel model number). The Dell uses 8-bit+AFRC, while the HP just uses 8 bits per color channel. The Dell (as well as the HP) has extra inputs for component and composite that you probably don't need, but it's around the same price. It's difficult to decide between the Asus PA246Q and the Dell U2410, as shown in this comparison review: http://www.digitalversus.com/asus-pa246q-vs-dell-u2410-...
You won't get an impressive contrast ratio from an IPS panel. If you want good static contrast, look at those MVA-based monitors I posted before (to get really high static contrast ratios, you need an emissive display like plasma, OLED, OLET, SED, or FED; unfortunately, with plasma, 1920x1080 is only available at 42 inches diagonal or bigger, and the others are still considered "next generation" display technologies)