Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by DigiCrime, Sep 18, 2008.
lets just say you get what you pay for
Get an LG monitor instead.
I've got a 22" acer LCD that's been going strong for probably 3 years.
Nothing but problems for us.
they're cheap and i've had to RMA one before. I wouldn't buy them.
acer = fail
I rest my case.
I have had an Acer 22" for a year now with no problems.
I've been looking at getting a 24" monitor, Acer's have a low response time compared to most I've seen.
Depends on what you want to use it for
Same here. However, if i could do it over again...I would have gone with a different LCD monitor.
Below 5ms, you'll never notice the response time anyway.
Really? Good to know... this applies to movies & gaming, I assume Opens up my options more.
Can anyone recommend a good 24" monitor, for gaming & HD playback?
Got my 22" WS Acer (2216bwd I think) fixed for dead pixels. Sold it for a Samsung 226bw.
I have one and I have no complaints about it but I will not buy another. Next time I am in the market I will probably get a samsung.
Does Samsung use Royal Philips LCD panels? If not, I'm not interested.
It applies to anything, since gaming is the most intensive use of a screen. Even movies don't go above 60fps in the best scenarios.
I been using a samsung since 2003 i just got dual westinghouse 22inch yesterday looks nice. I like samsung and dell monitors but i look at them all day at work ive heard good reviews on westinghouse lcds so i got them instead
I dunno. I just got the model I posted a week ago and I fuckin love it.
sure there are lots of fine choices
i'd go for samsung too
Dell 2408WFP or Samsung 245T.
Both use the same S-PVA panel made by Samsung.
anything else below these models use TN panels which are great for gaming, but sucks for HD playback.
Samsung use TN and their own PVA and S-PVA panels.
The LG screen I posted looks fantastic for documents, movies, and games alike.
2253bw? That's the same model I have, I love mine too. Love it so much I'm buying another one at the beginning of October (once my CC billing rolls over)