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23" ASUS VC239H 1080p IPS Monitor w/ Built-In Speakers EXPIRED

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Newegg has 23" ASUS VC239H 1080p IPS Monitor w/ Built-In Speakers for $99.99 - $10 w/ promo code MNTR1107 - $10 Rebate = $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks nutek

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time GTG: 5ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 80,000,000:1 (1000:1)
  • VESA Mountable (100x100mm)
  • Viewing Angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
    • Ports
      • 1x HMDI
      • 1x D-Sub
      • 1x DVI
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$80 after $10 MIR and $10 off code: MNTR1107

23" Full HD Wide Screen 16:9
ASUS EyeCare technology (TüV Rheinland-certified)
IPS 178(H)/178(V)
5ms (Gray to Gray)
80,000,000:1 (ASCR)
ASUS Rapid replacement for 3 years
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Holy crap. It has VESA (100 x 100mm)
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I've had one for about 9 months now and it's fantastic. If you're going to use a multi monitor setup though, be warned that the speakers at the bottom stick out slightly on the sides, so you won't be able to get two monitors perfectly flush together on the sides. Not a big deal imo but worth noting.
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Holy crap. It has VESA (100 x 100mm)
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Looks like a good monitor for general/mixed use? Anyone who owns this can comment?
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Looks like a good monitor for general/mixed use? Anyone who owns this can comment?
I've had one for about 9 months now and it's fantastic. If you're going to use a multi monitor setup though, be warned that the speakers at the bottom stick out slightly on the sides, so you won't be able to get two monitors perfectly flush together on the sides. Not a big deal imo but worth noting.
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I've had one for about 9 months now and it's fantastic. If you're going to use a multi monitor setup though, be warned that the speakers at the bottom stick out slightly on the sides, so you won't be able to get two monitors perfectly flush together on the sides. Not a big deal imo but worth noting.
Repped. Not gonna have dual monitor so not an issue
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Looks like a good monitor for general/mixed use? Anyone who owns this can comment?
I have been using this monitor as a work screen for around 8-9 months. On for a solid 9 hours a day for 6 days a week no issues at all!

Im thinking about buying another and just keeping it back as needed.

If in the market wouldn't hesitate
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blahhhhh 27" or nothing. I had a 23" and made the mistake. so now i bought a 27" about 4 months later lol
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Isn't 23 inch too small for screen size
Depends on your preference. I personally won't buy anything bigger than 21" for 1080p resolution because I start noticing the pixels aren't as dense.

Technically, bigger screens at the same resolution doesn't display more stuff, it just stretches it out more.
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Customer service is horrible need warranty replacement, making it impossible. keys started randomly pressing themselves after 10 months suspiciously before the warranty is up.
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Customer service is horrible need warranty replacement, making it impossible. keys started randomly pressing themselves after 10 months suspiciously before the warranty is up.
Better than it breaks after the warranty is up. I have never had issues with ASUS warranty myself. Anyone else?
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