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This review is from: Dell UltraSharp U2412M 24 inch LCD TFT Monitor (16:10, 1920x1200, 300 cd/m2) (Personal Computers)
It's a great value monitor. Wanderful colors and most notably is 16:10 which is a black swan in those days where the monitor market is plagued by those terrible cinema screens. I wander why general consumers doesn't just buy a tv + xbox instead of ruining the pc world. Anyway that said ofc this dell is not a perfect monitor. Be warned that there are eveident backlight bleedings in almost each one of those guys (just google it). Mine is no exception. Fortunately for me it's acceptable. Maybe a little more that what I wanted on the bottom left angle, but not enough to bother for getting a replacement. Also because frequently this results in obtaining an even worse screen. So... look at you wallet. If you are on a budget I'd say this one is your guy. But if money is not a concern just go on something more expensive and more qualitative because this screen is far from perfect. Your call.
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Initial post: 23 Mar 2013 16:55:01 GMT
Edgar Avanesov says:
What would you recommend to someone willing to pay more? (60% gaming, 20% movie watching and 20% surfing). I've been considering this one for a while, but no reviews yet.
Asus PA248QJ 24.1-inch LED Monitor with hood and Spyder4 EXPRESS Calibrator Kit (80000000:1, 300 cd/m2, 1920 x 1200, 6ms, HDMI/VGA/DVI/DP)
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