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Posted · Original PosterOP

I need a new monitor. I currently have a 1366 x 768 monitor with really think bezels and a screen size in 19 inches. I want to get a 1080 p monitor that is big enough for me to do basic editing and gaming. I know my friend has a pretty cool monitor that is a little bit curved and it is big but I can't find it on amazon. It is a scepter monitor

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12 minutes ago, SHG_Marsh said:

cool monitor that is a little bit curved

dont bother on curved ones, they are much more of a gimmick & cost much more.

with $130, you have many 24" 1080p 60~75hz monitor of all brands. 

pay a bit extra for free sync if possible

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2 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

dont bother on curved ones, they are much more of a gimmick & cost much more.

with $130, you have many 24" 1080p 60~75hz monitor of all brands. 

pay a bit extra for free sync if possible

Found this; https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-LC24F396FHNXZA-23-5-Inch-LED-Lit-Monitor/dp/B079K3MXWF/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=curved+%2Bmonitor&qid=1560997878&s=gateway&sr=8-4

 

Is it worth it? 

60Hz

4ms response time

1080p LED Display

23.6 inch display

Curved.

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Just now, SHG_Marsh said:

Found this; -snip-

Is it worth it? 

60Hz

4ms response time

1080p LED Display

23.6 inch display

Curved.

At that size, curved isn't a selling point IMO.

 

But if you have your heart set on it, Samsung makes good panels.

 


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Just now, Lord Mirdalan said:

At that size, curved isn't a selling point IMO.

 

But if you have your heart set on it, Samsung makes good panels.

 

Does it sound like a deal? Or should I get the Acer Monitor you sent? 

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6 minutes ago, SHG_Marsh said:

Does it sound like a deal? Or should I get the Acer Monitor you sent? 

Nah, I’d spend a bit more and get this instead...

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MTMCNLX?pf_rd_p=2edffb5d-036e-4cd0-bc77-99980e2d4856&pf_rd_r=MXNHPKVQQ9B64W1CZBFB


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