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Topic # 102723 21-May-2012 10:09
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Hi guys i want to swap one of my SGS2's for a flat screen for my new PC.

Needs to be around 24" or 2 cheaper ones maybe... w.h.y.

SGS2 is real good condition, still has 2 months warranty, in the box with all the stuff.

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  Reply # 628229 21-May-2012 10:24
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I think a swap like that would leave you a little out of pocket.

If you can live with 1920x1080, rather than 1980x1200, you can get a new one for $200-$250

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MONLGL2441

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MONLGL2441



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  Reply # 628251 21-May-2012 11:14
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Yea so id take 2 like that, I just spent a crap load on graphics cards and stuff so not keen to spend anymore yet. Using my 42" at the mo but it maxes out at 720 lol, werid cause my xbox can go full HD same with movies




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  Reply # 628538 21-May-2012 20:00
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I've got a ViewSonic VX2453mh-LED which does 1080p. Bought it about a year ago for $300, they are now around $260. 24" full HD with 2 HDMI inputs and speakers. Picture is not bad at all. You should be able to sell the phone on TradeMe and get enough to buy 2 of these and have change.




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