I use the U2212HM (The 22'' Version of this). The colors seem to be vibrant, good viewing angles but not much different than your typical LED-LCD monitor, but I prefer a high refresh monitor over this any day.
IPS panels have really come down in price. Unless you require ultra fast response times (hardcore FPS gamers basically), then go for the IPS over TN, IPS is so much better.
If you want a less expensive ($70 less on average), but comparable IPS display check out the HP 2311xi. The quality of the screen is excellent. The HP is a 16:9, 1920 x 1080 display with 7ms response times, no vesa mounting, no height adjustment (although you can tilt the stand). If you can live with that, it's an awesome cheap IPS.
I can get this from dell in canada for $170....like others...is it worth the extra $70 I would spend on entry level 23 inch monitor? I currently have dell professional series 22 inch...have had ultrasharps in the past....older ones...comments appreciated
It is easier to ask for foregiveness than permission
and flavour of the day......greedy bastards "We can't continue to have a system where Wall Street executives privatize the gains and then socialize the losses. Accountability needs to be a two-way street,"
let's toast the executives at AIG for doing such a great job by granting them bonuses.......absolute crap and again no accountability.....
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