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The actual monitor is good if you get it to work. The problem with ASUS monitors comes in dead pixels and non-working monitors.

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go for the Acer's, Samsungs, and the Hans-G

Preferably the first 2 because Hans-G customer service is balls about warranty and dead pixels. =\

 

Oh yea, now I remember, it was Acer that was so cheap :)

Anyways, I was wondering, is it important to have a 2ms response time instead of a 5ms? For me is this important, I play games including Call of Duty 5 and Company of Heroes.

Would this be a good monitor for a gamer with a low budget?

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16824009138

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is it 22'' or 24'' that you want?

 

BenQ E2200HD (highly recommended if it's within budget)

or

V2400W

 

Acer P244WB is also good and cheaper than benq V2400W

Edited by Peta

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So no one would want a nice 26" monitor for $250 dollars, surely there must be someone with a 17" or 19" that needs to upgrade (I'd do it if I didn't JUST get my 24")

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Wow, that rebranded HP monitor is a steal...

I would get one, DarkFuneral.

You wont find (m)any 24" monitors at 1900x1200 that cost $210 dollars and can flip 90 degrees.

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Wow, that rebranded HP monitor is a steal...

I would get one, DarkFuneral.

You wont find (m)any 24" monitors at 1900x1200 that cost $210 dollars and can flip 90 degrees.

ya I bought one a while ago, it's really nice (though mine came with a dead pixel :() but I heard everyone else who bought one on here didn't have an pixel problems. That or the westinghouse I posted up would be great

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