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Topic # 228623 15-Jan-2018 05:46
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Hi all.

Im looking to grab a new monitor with IPS panel and 27" wise screen. The monitor will mostly be general viewing and sometime gaming (FPS + MOBA). So with the budget of $400, any recoms people?

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  Reply # 1950494 2-Feb-2018 08:40
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i would recommend the one which i am using right now, and its awesome.

 

it is - LG 22" Full HD IPS SLIM LED MONITOR (1920x1080) Check the price, Im not sure about 400$


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  Reply # 1950500 2-Feb-2018 08:50
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If there's such a thing as non reflective coatings or glass for monitors then get that. Reflections from windows in my otherwise very nice Dell 27" IPS monitor annoy me.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1950668 2-Feb-2018 12:30
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At that price point and size they’re all much of a muchness. Read some reviews and pick whatever one you like.

At that price point you’re probably looking at 1080p which is a pretty low resolution for 27”. Might want to consider dropping back to 24” or increasing the budget so you can get a 1440p screen.

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  Reply # 1950693 2-Feb-2018 13:02
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OTOH I find 1080p on a 27" monitor is fine, though I appreciate anything that makes things on screen a bit larger and easier too read (though yes I could, and do, zoom as well).





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