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Topic # 96418 26-Jan-2012 19:29
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Ok so im looking at buying a new monitor, want to get around a 24inch. What do you guys have or think are good and worth the price? Been looking at some of the samsungs (BX2450) , want to spend around 500 would you be able to give me some advice?

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  Reply # 573801 26-Jan-2012 19:33
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  Reply # 574387 28-Jan-2012 13:01
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^ this.



Dell U2412M is win.  I have two running atm. 




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  Reply # 574397 28-Jan-2012 13:55
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I have the previous model 23 inch Dell Ultrasharp, and have been really pleased with it. I would defintely check local Dell resellers though as the price I paid was far below what they had on their site.

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  Reply # 575026 30-Jan-2012 17:29
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Same as above, Dell U2412M. I am running one and it is an excellent monitor!

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  Reply # 575673 1-Feb-2012 09:02
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I have a few friends with the U2412, they all seem to think its good.
Dell seems to be doing quite well when it comes to monitors

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