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    Monitor Choosing

    Hey Guys


    I know this isn't technically a computer builds, but i need to know what monitor i could get for my £150-£200 preferally 1920 x 1080 any help would be appreciated!

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    inb4 loads of Americans suggest you monitors on NewEgg.
    Anyway, any monitor with native 1080p and runs @60Hz will suffice. Personally mine cost me ~£110. Here are some suggestions from different stores;
    iiyama 23" ProLite XB2380HS-B1 LED Monitor - Black - Scan.co.uk
    AOC e2752Vq Full HD 27" LED Monitor Deals | Pcworld (I'd choose this one)
    Samsung S24C300HS 23.6" LED DVI & HDMI - Gloss Black (LS24C300HS/EN) - dabs.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domokun_index View Post
    inb4 loads of Americans suggest you monitors on NewEgg.
    Anyway, any monitor with native 1080p and runs @60Hz will suffice. Personally mine cost me ~£110. Here are some suggestions from different stores;
    iiyama 23" ProLite XB2380HS-B1 LED Monitor - Black - Scan.co.uk
    AOC e2752Vq Full HD 27" LED Monitor Deals | Pcworld (I'd choose this one)
    Samsung S24C300HS 23.6" LED DVI & HDMI - Gloss Black (LS24C300HS/EN) - dabs.com
    The one you would choose is also the one I would choose. It looks really nice. And the design it pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domokun_index View Post
    inb4 loads of Americans suggest you monitors on NewEgg.
    Anyway, any monitor with native 1080p and runs @60Hz will suffice. Personally mine cost me ~£110. Here are some suggestions from different stores;
    iiyama 23" ProLite XB2380HS-B1 LED Monitor - Black - Scan.co.uk
    AOC e2752Vq Full HD 27" LED Monitor Deals | Pcworld (I'd choose this one)
    Samsung S24C300HS 23.6" LED DVI & HDMI - Gloss Black (LS24C300HS/EN) - dabs.com
    Whats the one that you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star|Track View Post
    Whats the one that you have?
    I was unable to find either of the ones I have.
    However, I'd highly recommend the middle one; especially for gaming.

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    i would go for this:
    Asus VE247H 24" Widescreen LED Multimedia Monitor - Black [VE247H]
    1920x1080 Display, Thin Bezel so multi monitor set-ups will still look great.

    And in my opinion looks much better than the other monitors suggested, cheaper aswell.

    There's also this, thinner bezel, but higher price

    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...d=17&catid=510


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    I use a Salora LCD 24inch TV (works fine as monitor). It has perfect 1920x1080 quality, has an inbuild DVD driver, serves as a TV and monitor. It costed me around 200 euro's last year, and I dont regret it.

    Edit:

    You can also buy the LED edition for the same prize.

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