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Master Geek


# 177057 20-Jul-2015 18:36
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Hi all

I would like to buy a second monitor. I have an ASUS laptop and it has VGA and HDMI and resolution is 1366x768. I have my laptop on a stand.

Im looking for a laptop with the following

budget $200
height adjustible
19 or close to 19inch is good as i dont have much desk space
Swivel if price enables it but not essential

Can anyone recommend one with a link to the shop which delivers in New Zealand?

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  # 1347945 20-Jul-2015 19:15
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Looks like you have to go 21.5" to get full HD. Nice for movies but it depends what you use the machine for and if it fits your space.



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  # 1347972 20-Jul-2015 19:37
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gzt: Looks like you have to go 21.5" to get full HD. Nice for movies but it depends what you use the machine for and if it fits your space.


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  # 1349577 21-Jul-2015 22:18
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This looks nice if it fits you desk:

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MONLGL11124&name=LG-22MP57HQ-P-21.5-IPS-LED-Monitor-1920X1080--HDMI

Ex demo so you really need to go look..

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