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Hi

I need a monitor that i can use for high quality image editing.

What would you recommend, i dont want anything huge. Or expensive.

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What is your budget? What resolution do you want? How big of a monitor are you willing to go to? Need more info on what all you can afford. Not expensive can mean anything from 100 bucks to 350 bucks so its kind of necessary to supply us with a budget imo.

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the size would preferably between 17" and 25" best resolution possible (supported by gtx 460)

the budget is negotiable but i am willing to pay a reasonable amount for a quality product.

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Dell UltraSharp U2311H for $289. 1920x1080 resolution, 23" screen, IPS panel which will give great colors for video/image editing, plus its not too shabby for gaming either.

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Looks good. Now to start saving bigtime. Cause i need to buy the 460 before this but i need them both at the same time.

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After reading the reviews i think i should look else where this monitor appears to have bad backlight bleeding and unsharp blacks, both lethal when working with images for print.

More suggestions please.

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After reading the reviews i think i should look else where this monitor appears to have bad backlight bleeding and unsharp blacks, both lethal when working with images for print.

More suggestions please.

 

I currently own the Acer H233H monitor. It's 23" with 1920x1080 resolution, has quite a few settings on it for image adjustment and I have been nothing but satisfied with it so far. I mostly game on it, but I do some amateur photography/editing and I think it looks outstanding. I have always known Acer to be a quality brand and for $169 at Best Buy (on sale) you really cannot beat the value. It has just a slight bit of backlight bleed at the top but it's hardly noticeable. In fact, I just now found out about it when you mentioned backlight bleed and I decided to do some research on the subject. Just my two cents.

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I currently own the Acer H233H monitor. It's 23" with 1920x1080 resolution, has quite a few settings on it for image adjustment and I have been nothing but satisfied with it so far. I mostly game on it, but I do some amateur photography/editing and I think it looks outstanding. I have always known Acer to be a quality brand and for $169 at Best Buy (on sale) you really cannot beat the value. It has just a slight bit of backlight bleed at the top but it's hardly noticeable. In fact, I just now found out about it when you mentioned backlight bleed and I decided to do some research on the subject. Just my two cents.

Funny you mention the H233H--I have one as well and am equally as satisfied with it. Highly recommended!

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Dell UltraSharp U2311H for $289. 1920x1080 resolution, 23" screen, IPS panel which will give great colors for video/image editing, plus its not too shabby for gaming either.

 

stupid.gif Great Choice!

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Does the acer calibrate well enough to match to a printer. This is my biggest need. As i want to print a lot of my work possibly for sale.

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Ok i need 5 people who want one to buy through me and i get a free one. For some reason i dont think that will work. LOL

Nice monitor though.

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