new monitor just arrived

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards & Displays' started by jay cee, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. jay cee

    jay cee Newbie

    I have to say if you are in the market for a 24" the price is great on this model ASUS VH242 at Here it is in comparison to the old Dell 1905fp

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  2. Ishtim

    Ishtim Super Moderator

    I just replaced a 1905FP with the VW266, another good bang for the buck with full HD 1080p support to better see techarp with! :thumb: :arp:
  3. mikegas

    mikegas Newbie

    Apa la.. u need to see techarp in HD?? I prefer to see Techarp in my mobile screen .. then can see everywhere ... .. hmm shud build an app for it .. hahaha
  4. PsYkHoTiK

    PsYkHoTiK Admin nerd

    I too prefer higher resolution. More stuff can fit in! :thumb:
  5. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    There's no app, but there's an iPhone skin for it (partially working). :haha:
  6. k44k

    k44k Newbie

    Congratz. I'm still using my Dell 2209WA.
  7. JTech

    JTech Newbie

    Awesome looking monitor. I ended up with a 22" which is the perfect size for my work space and the distance I sit from the monitor.
  8. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Congrats!! :thumb:

    I'm still on my Dell 2408WFP and my Dell 2007FP. :thumb:
  9. omegadoom13

    omegadoom13 Newbie

    Last year, my sister bought a new desktop computer but she has her crappy 9 year old CRT monitor connected to it. I've been trying to convince her to buy a new monitor, but she doesn't think it's worth it because she rarely uses it. She uses her laptop probably 95% of the time now. So, yeah I've noticed the price drops in LCD monitors... decent time to get one. ;)
  10. k44k

    k44k Newbie

    The Dell UltraSharp U2311H got some pretty nice reviews and is a decent IPS monitor.
  11. ariyamusafir

    ariyamusafir Newbie

    ACER monitors ok?
  12. Adrian Wong

    Adrian Wong Da Boss Staff Member

    Haven't used Acer monitors in a long, long time... but I don't think reliability is a big issue with LCD monitors these days.

    I personally prefer to go with Dell for their customer support, but if you can get a better monitor from Acer at a lower price, why not?

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