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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I'm browsing for a new monitor and I've come across to 4. I'm not sure which one is best for $150 and under. Also, let me know if it is the best time to buy one now for back to school sales. Here are the four from ncix.

KEEP IN MIND: I live in Canada

 

1st: http://www.ncix.com/detail/acer-g246hyl-bmjj-23-8in-ips-a6-100463-1011.htm
2nd: http://www.ncix.com/detail/samsung-s24d590pl-23-6in-widescreen-pls-c9-95680-1011.htm
3rd: http://www.ncix.com/detail/benq-gl2460hm-24in-widescreen-led-04-95040-1028.htm
4th: http://www.ncix.com/detail/samsung-s22d300hy-21-5in-widescreen-led-74-95675-1011.htm

I personally think the 2nd choice is best but let know your opinions  :)


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1st or 4th 1st for gaming and 4th if you want to pay 50 dollars less because its a smaller sized screen (I prefer smaller then 24 inch screens personally)

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So I'm browsing for a new monitor and I've come across to 4. I'm not sure which one is best for $150 and under. Also, let me know if it is the best time to buy one now for back to school sales. Here are the four from ncix.KEEP IN MIND: I live in Canada

 

1st: http://www.ncix.com/detail/acer-g246hyl-bmjj-23-8in-ips-a6-100463-1011.htm (IPS)

2nd: http://www.ncix.com/detail/samsung-s24d590pl-23-6in-widescreen-pls-c9-95680-1011.htm (PLS)

3rd: http://www.ncix.com/detail/benq-gl2460hm-24in-widescreen-led-04-95040-1028.htm (TN)

4th: http://www.ncix.com/detail/samsung-s22d300hy-21-5in-widescreen-led-74-95675-1011.htm (TN)

I personally think the 2nd choice is best but let know your opinions  :)

Realistically, you wanna stick with an IPS or PLS monitor to get the best colour, viewing angles and value for money. ;)


ON A 7 MONTH BREAK FROM THESE LTT FORUMS. WILL BE BACK ON NOVEMBER 5th.


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1st or 4th 1st for gaming and 4th if you want to pay 50 dollars less because its a smaller sized screen (I prefer smaller then 24 inch screens personally)

The 3rd and 4th monitors have TN panels and wouldn't be the best value for money IMHO. ;)


ON A 7 MONTH BREAK FROM THESE LTT FORUMS. WILL BE BACK ON NOVEMBER 5th.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

1st or 4th 1st for gaming and 4th if you want to pay 50 dollars less because its a smaller sized screen (I prefer smaller then 24 inch screens personally)

I haven't had a 24 inch before so I might go for the bigger size 

 

Realistically, you wanna stick with an IPS or PLS monitor to get the best colour, viewing angles and value for money. ;)

 

 

The 3rd and 4th monitors have TN panels and wouldn't be the best value for money IMHO. ;)

Those were probably my last choices :P is the second one the best?


CPU: i5 25000 3.3 GHz             Motherboard: Asus P8Z77-V-LK          Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8 GB           Display: Samsung SD24 24" 1080p          

GPU: EVGA GTX 660 SC 2 GB     Sound: Razer Kraken pro                            PSU: Rosewill 630 watt                    Storage 1: 128 GB Adata XPG SX900 SSD

Case: Rosewill Challenger       CPU Cooler: Corsair h80i                    Mouse: Corsair M65                                   Storage 2: Seagate 2 TB HDD

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Is the second one the best?

Well Samsung monitors are pretty good, so I'd say...yes! I would recommend that you look at reviews of one and two to see what people think of them and also you get to read people's experience with them. ;)


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