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Old May 30th, 2009, 05:55 PM   #1
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Please recommend a >=24" lcd computer display

Hi.

I'm looking for recommendations on a new lcd computer display to replace my old crt.

System: pc, windows xp

Main uses: video editing (vegas pro 9), photo editing, watching movies (i don't own a tv, so this is also the screen i watch dvds on), web graphics, everyday use (internet, office, etc.) - i don't do gaming at all.

Preferred size: 24" or larger

Budget: $450

So far, after just some general googling and searching the forums, I have this on my comparison list (in no particular order):

Samsung 2493HM
Samsung 2693HM
NEC 24WMCX
Dell Ultrasharp 2408WFP (which is actually going for a bit over my budget)

I surely welcome suggestions other than the four displays i've listed above. and if you want to ask me questions that might help you help me... please fire away.

Looking forward to your input.

THX!!
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