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jerrythesnake
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Mar 27, 2006 16:32 |  #1

Hi all, i am looking for a new monitor and wondered which was the nicest for viewing pics etc . thanks for any info:)


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Mar 27, 2006 18:55 |  #2

Apple Cinema Display 23 inch, I love it :D

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Mar 27, 2006 19:01 |  #3

Make sure that you calibrate it first when you get it... Factory specs are great for dya to day things but photos are just a little above ordinary things to look at. Good luck! ;-)a


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wei328
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Mar 28, 2006 10:28 |  #4

Check out the Dell 21 inches, both Dell and Apple use the same LCD panel. the only differences are the price and casing.


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Mar 28, 2006 13:56 |  #5

Quite a few members own the Dell 2005FPW and are happy with it. If fund is limited, a ViewSonic VA1912WB might fit the bill. ViewSonic makes good consumer LCD monitor.


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Mar 28, 2006 17:57 |  #6

Eizo CG220.


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