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21.5" Lenovo Thinkvision S22e-19 61C9KCR1US 1920x1080 VA LED Monitor EXPIRED

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Staples.com has 21.5" Lenovo Thinkvision S22e-19 61C9KCR1US 1920x1080 VA LED Monitor + Filler Item for $80.47 when you apply $20 off $100 coupon code 35575 during checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks XpertJoey & Bbhach

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Response Time: 4 - 5.9ms
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Viewing Angle: 178/178
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Inputs:
    • HDMI
    • VGA
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Staples.com has the Lenovo Thinkvision S22e-19 61C9KCR1US 21.5" VA monitor on sale for $96.49 - $10 off w/ promo code 45298 = $86.49.
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21.5" screen for your viewing pleasure
Panel Type: VA
VESA Mount Support: 100 X 100mm
1920 x 1080 screen resolution delivers excellent detail
VGA/HDMI: ready to connect with both VGA and HDMI ports
16:9 aspect ratio enables widescreen viewing
Supports 16.7 million colors for vivid visuals
Viewing angle: 178 degrees horizontal, 178 degrees vertical
Overall dimensions: 14.7"H x 19.26"W x 7.87"D
Weighs 6.06 lbs.

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Broski, the two panels are NOT the same. The 22'' panel is VA while the 24'' Acer is TN. The difference is night and day when it comes to viewing angles, especially in portrait mode. NEVER choose TN if you can get VA or IPS. Just set up any VA or IPS panel next to a TN and look at the display from an angle. You'll see how bad TN really is.

If you're a broke ass gamer and stare at the screen at the perfect height dead center, it probably won't matter as much for you, but if you're buying this for work, especially with reading involved, stay the hell away from TN!!! I can't stress this enough.

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https://www.staples.com/acer-v246...t_24402683

go for the 24inch Acer for the pretty much same specs but 2inch larger
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You might be able to add $4 item and use the $20 off @100+ (code 35575, from other thread).
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You might be able to add $4 item and use the $20 off @100+ (code 35575, from other thread).
https://www.staples.com/Sharpie-P...uct_303628

This is exactly what I did and added to make it 80 at checkout.
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go for the 24inch Acer for the pretty much same specs but 2inch larger
Not a good choice with those thick, ugly bezels for dual monitor setups.
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https://www.staples.com/acer-v246...t_24402683 [staples.com]

go for the 24inch Acer for the pretty much same specs but 2inch larger
Broski, the two panels are NOT the same. The 22'' panel is VA while the 24'' Acer is TN. The difference is night and day when it comes to viewing angles, especially in portrait mode. NEVER choose TN if you can get VA or IPS. Just set up any VA or IPS panel next to a TN and look at the display from an angle. You'll see how bad TN really is.

If you're a broke ass gamer and stare at the screen at the perfect height dead center, it probably won't matter as much for you, but if you're buying this for work, especially with reading involved, stay the hell away from TN!!! I can't stress this enough.
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Broski, the two panels are NOT the same. The 22'' panel is VA while the 24'' Acer is TN. The difference is night and day when it comes to viewing angles, especially in portrait mode. NEVER choose TN if you can get VA or IPS. Just set up any VA or IPS panel next to a TN and look at the display from an angle. You'll see how bad TN really is.

If you're a broke ass gamer and stare at the screen at the perfect height dead center, it probably won't matter as much for you, but if you're buying this for work, especially with reading involved, stay the hell away from TN!!! I can't stress this enough.
Agreed!
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https://www.staples.com/acer-v246...t_24402683 [staples.com]

go for the 24inch Acer for the pretty much same specs but 2inch larger
Does it (V246HQL UM.UV6AA.C06) have TÜV Rheinland Certification? Acer site (https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/con...essential) shows that UV6AA.C02 has TUV certification but https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/con....UV6AA.C06 doesn't say anything about this
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Is it a good idea to use a 24" and 21" monitor side by side for home office. I have a IPS 24 inch and colors might be weird between the two?
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This good for work or gaming this monitor?
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Broski, the two panels are NOT the same. The 22'' panel is VA while the 24'' Acer is TN. The difference is night and day when it comes to viewing angles, especially in portrait mode. NEVER choose TN if you can get VA or IPS. Just set up any VA or IPS panel next to a TN and look at the display from an angle. You'll see how bad TN really is.

If you're a broke ass gamer and stare at the screen at the perfect height dead center, it probably won't matter as much for you, but if you're buying this for work, especially with reading involved, stay the hell away from TN!!! I can't stress this enough.
TN don't even provide much of a lower price point to justify the lower performance anyways. I've noticed that VA are slightly interior to IPS but TN is way worse
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TN don't even provide much of a lower price point to justify the lower performance anyways. I've noticed that VA are slightly interior to IPS but TN is way worse
This basically. I wouldn't say VA is inferior. For smaller, flat panels, VA offers deeper blacks without sacrificing too much (as you won't have to deal with viewing angles that accompany extended panels and curvatures). I personally prefer IPS though, since color fidelity is important to me. Smilie
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Awesome ordered ! And didn't realize i had enrolled in a 10 percent off at staples amex offers!
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24" for $60 is perfect. All this BS about monitors is funny. A cheap monitor hooked up to my laptop to keep additional pages open in a portrait format. This should be perfect.

Items (1): $89.99
Coupons (1): -$30.00
Subtotal: $59.99
Shipping: FREE
Estimated Tax: $3.60
Total: $63.59

This is a disposable monitor like the printers of today. As for the gamers, I assume it all depends on how much lighting is in Moms basement.
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