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Topic # 29761 18-Jan-2009 14:25
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Hi, can any one recommend a LCD to me, mainly use to play blue ray movie and daily using. My budget is about $600

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  Reply # 190398 18-Jan-2009 17:01
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What size?

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  Reply # 190416 18-Jan-2009 19:01
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The only 24" LCD's I'd recommend are all over $650 so I'm going to recommend this 22"...

LG W2252TQ-PF 22" 2MS ~$350
http://www.pricespy.co.nz/search.php?q=W2252TQ&all=0
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview.asp?partid=6959



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  Reply # 190419 18-Jan-2009 19:30
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I saw a Benq E2400HD  about $550 and this
Acer P244WB 24" LCD 2ms, 1920 x 1080,$575.00
 what you think??
$575.85




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  Reply # 192965 30-Jan-2009 17:15
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I would suggest visit some stores that have them on display, and pick based on the quality of picture you like.

You can also look from all angles with screens side by side.

Manufacturers are always changing the suppliers and components, and those that may have been the best last year, may not be this year.

In the budget range, I find Samsung have the best for brightness and clarity, and have fast updating.

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  Reply # 193558 2-Feb-2009 23:23
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I currently use this screen quite happily, full 1080P resolution at a really low price.


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