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Topic # 240107 21-Aug-2018 12:25
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This is $200, but no raising of panel and sRGB is 89%, which isnt the be all and end all. https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MONSAM24F350/Samsung-S24F350F-24-LED-Monitor-1920x1080-4ms-75x7

 

 

 

As the monitor is in a bright room, should I go for a TN panel?

 

Id like to be able to raise and lower the panel.

 

If possible Id like to do some minor photoshop work so 100% sRGB would be nice.

 

But the focus is mostly for GIS ArcMap etc and office applications.

 

Any suggestions please.


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  Reply # 2076845 21-Aug-2018 14:17
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A wee bit over your budget at around $350, but I reckon you won't be sad if you get a Dell Ultrasharp.

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 2076922 21-Aug-2018 15:43
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Yeah Ive had ultrasharps, they use to be the reference point for budget graphics work, although other monitors have caught up.

 

This is more a monitor you would expect to see in a corporate building. That samsung is 89% sRGB, not great but could be way worse. but its IPS.

 

The Asus gaming monitor is a TN and is 1ms as its focus. Its about $230, but not sure how good its text sharpness is.




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  Reply # 2076952 21-Aug-2018 16:28
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Instead of the ultrasharp, which is just a branding now days, what about the 24" QHD Dell Businness P2418D? From what Ive read text is razer sharp.




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  Reply # 2078588 24-Aug-2018 15:02
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Any cheap 1440p monitors worth buying up to $400?


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