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# 44735 29-Oct-2009 09:23
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I'm looking at buying a new LCD and want one with a HDMI in for my PS3 etc.  Had a look around and have seen the Viewsonic VX2433WM but not too impressed at the reviews I've seen for it, I have now seen the spec for the LG W2353V-PF and the user reviews I've seen are good but I haven't seen any site reviews (anandtech etc).

Does any one have either of these monitors and if so pro's, con's and recomendations?

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  # 268079 29-Oct-2009 12:37
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I have the Viewsonic VX2433WM. Connected via HDMI to an HDMI capable Video card.

Looks good, nice, bright. No complaints. Wouldn't use the inbuilt speakers though. Haven't compared against any other LCD's.

The blue power led is somewhat intrusive - bit of black felt-tip marking to dull it down worked a treat.




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  # 268108 29-Oct-2009 13:21
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I have the BenQ E2200HD, the screen is nice as is the bezel. The 24" is a bit expensive though E2400HD.
HDMI input + DVI/VGA and speakers built in.

Check some reviews, really good so far, for a brand that at the time I'd never even considered




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  # 268139 29-Oct-2009 14:50
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Just seen this :

http://pcworld.co.nz/pcworld/pcw.nsf/feature/29BF79AD10A95E44CC25765B007A264F




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