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April 30, 2012 2:54:43 AM

i don't really know how to choose a monitor so i need some help with it

i found this monitor that is in promotion in singapore

here's the list im interested in
http://www.aocmonitorap.com/singapore/compare.php?Count...

e2440Vh :$228(promotion price. original price : $275)
e2350Sh: $222
e2351Fh: $230
this 3 is 23-24 inch monitors
how do i actually check for a good monitor??

by
display colors?
Pixel Frequency?
Response time?
Contrast Ratio?

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April 30, 2012 3:00:20 AM

First determine what screen size you want. After that, look on Newegg for the best rated in that size. I really like ASUS and Dell monitors.
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April 30, 2012 3:04:08 AM

gary1 said:
First determine what screen size you want. After that, look on Newegg for the best rated in that size. I really like ASUS and Dell monitors.



well i live in singapore and newegg doesn't ship internationally..

why is it that screen size are different but resolution is the same?
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May 2, 2012 4:59:45 AM

The resolution is measured by the amount of pixels, measured vertically times the number of pixels horizontally. The standard is pretty much 1080x1920 (or 1080p). I wouldn't buy anything less than that. The resolution is not directly related to the size.
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May 2, 2012 4:14:50 PM

there are quite a few factors to consider when buying a monitor.

size- 22" or 24" is most comon
resolution- 1920x1080 is most common
backlight type- ccfl or led. leds save money but can cause a blue hue
stand type- pivot, rotating do you need vesa mount for wall rack
panel type- tn, va, pva, e-ips, h-ips, p-ips, s-ips. tn has poor viewing angles.
brightness- minimums and maximums. typically you dont have to worry about this.
contrast- typically you dont have to worry much about this.
viewing angles- tn is a few degrees. ips type panels are almost 180 degrees.
color accuracy- is equal except for 8bit ips panels (s/p/h-ips) which are better.
refresh rate- 60hz is standard but 120hz is available on some tn panels. you might be on the 50hz/100hz standard though.
response time- tn panels have the least but this isnt a huge issue on any monitors nowdays.

what fits you best is determined by what you need the monitor for.
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