Re: Recommendations for LCD
From: Virgil Dupras (hsoft_at_hardcoded.net)
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 07:42:24 -0500
Jan Mitrovics wrote:
> Ivo Bauer wrote:
>>I'm going to buy some 19" LCD in a near future. I'm still not decided
>>yet as to what model to acquire, therefore I'd appreciate your
>>recommendations for a good, reliable, and not much expensive LCD. My
>>only requirement is that it should provide a clear, sharp picture
>>(1280x1024x32) in order not to harm my sensitive eyes.
>>Thanks a lot for your feedback!
> I bought my HP L1925 almost a year ago. I am very satisfied with it.
> Very good picture quality and nice looking design.
> Important to me has been digital (DVI) and analog port and Pivot
> Pivot function is very nice for coding, since it does allow you to see
> more of your code at the same time. Also for writing articles or books
> it is a neat idea to be able to see a full page of text in decent
> It's not a good choice if you want to do gaming or video stuff on it.
> No matter which model you buy, get one with a digital DVI port!
I second that too. I didn't buy a LCD yet, but I've seen the difference
between analog and DVI, and it's a big difference. I think that I'll buy
the dell 17" ultrasharp, it's a quite unexpensive one, and it has DVI.
Did someone try the dell LCD? Any drawbacks? I've seen the dell 20"
ultrasharp LCD, and I quite liked it, so I guess that the 17" version
has about the same quality.
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