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it's also priced on a par with a number of rather desirable 24in PVA screens such as the HP LP2475W.
Originally Posted by Dave_MAll I would be looking for is a decent quality 1080p TN monitor. Somthing like very even back lighting with deep blacks for a small premium and I would snap it up. Until then I'll be sticking to my old 1440x900 19 incher.
our exhausting hunt for the perfect affordable LCD panel
With a typical retail sticker above £400, this is one pricey 22in panel
Originally Posted by Xir
I realize there's a lot of demand for high-class panels out there, and its-the-thing-youll-look-at-most and all that, but you're catering to that audience allready.
Just test some cheap panels once! ;-)
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawnIf Im going to spend 800+ for a 22" might as well spend a bit more and go for the DoubleSight 30" LCD with a H-IPS Panel for $1200us, thats what I own and its an amazing screen and awesome response but it is nice to see this tech showing up in smaller screens, Im hoping better screens over TN will become the norm because my god the colors that we are missing on TN panels is insane its like night and day on an H-IPS panel, everything looks just so much better and even the details are cleaner, PVA panels too have a great color range.
Originally Posted by EltonPossibly the best(although sadly with a very weird size) monitor in terms of color gamut is the NEC 2690WUXi.
Originally Posted by crompersOk thanks, the wording in that last paragraph is rather confusing though, it seems like you are stating the HP is PVA
Originally Posted by JFEmy take on "the perfect 22in"
Dell 2209WA although res is only 1680x1050, it's a f*****g IPS panel
AND it "only" costs £251.85
Originally Posted by fingerbob69More to the point ...can the 'perfect' 22" screen exist beyond the £200/250 price point without the price immediately negating the term 'perfect?'
They've tested loads!
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