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LED Gaming Monitor Recommendation?

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October 11, 2011 7:03:09 PM


I'm looking to buy a new LCD/LED monitor

I want to use it for gaming, also for Image editing & designing (so colors&picture quality is important to me )

21" - 24"

HDMI: for ps3

budget: $250 ~ $300

I was thinking about Samsung s24a350hs, what do you think?

I'm new to buying desktop flat monitors so bear with me :sweat:  . Your advice is much appreciated :) 
October 13, 2011 5:51:11 AM

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October 13, 2011 5:53:42 AM

Oh geez. Well, for image editing and designing, I would recommend an IPS. However, given your price point and your preference for an HDMI, that's quite impossible.

One option is you could pick up a TN panel display and get the color calibration settings and ICC profile from a site. We do happen to have those for the reviews we do.


Get an IPS and a HDMI-to-DVI converter. You should be able to plug your PS3 that way.

Check out this IPS from ViewSonic:

ViewSonic VP2365WB 23-Inch IPS LCD Monitor

Keep in mind, I've never actually used it but it seems to have really good reviews.

Hope this has helped.

Andy H.
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October 13, 2011 10:32:32 AM

@hiok: ok, it seems like a suitable choice I guess. Thanks ;) 

I see, in spite of my budget, what IPS monitor would you recommend ?
and about the HDMI-to-DVI converter, what about audio?
Thanks a lot for your help ;) 

PS: I read about ASUS PA238Q IPS LED monitor, what do you think about it ?
October 14, 2011 5:46:09 PM

Probably the Dell 2412m. It's $375 but its an update to the Dell U2410. It has the HDMI port that you need, great color accuracy and it's an IPS.

Here's the review from TFT Central:

Yeah the HDMI-to-DVI converter might not send an audio signal. I'm not 100% sure because I thought this was always the case, but surprisingly I have a PC hooked up with a DVI adapter connected to an HDMI cable and audio is able to route to my HDTV.

Ah, I completely forgot about ASUS's IPS displays. The truth is, it is VERY SIMILAR to Dell's offerings. I would go so far as to say their PA248Q is near identical to the Dell U2410. The only exception is a few extra USB ports and I forgot what else.

In any case, it's a great monitor. If you have to budget for it, I'd go for it. Get it from Amazon or a store that offers a no hassle return policy. (30 days with Amazon)

Andy H.
October 20, 2011 1:43:12 PM

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October 21, 2011 1:24:04 AM

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