buying a monitor

  turismo 04:01 31 Jul 05
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when buying a monitor what should i look for,as i need it for games playing movies ,cd/dvd burning and others, spend ing budgetof £220 on 17" or 19"??

sorry 4 the double post as the first contained very little information.

  AndySD 05:40 31 Jul 05

Sharp LL-172G-B or even click here Iiyama ProLite E435S you are looking for the response time for games ....preferably under 16ms

  Methedrine 11:57 31 Jul 05
  turismo 16:48 31 Jul 05

what is ur opinion iiyama prolite h431s and are there any similar ones in benq make

  turismo 16:53 31 Jul 05

sorry i fforgot looking for one with 8ms .

are there 2 kinds of dvi,cos some monitors have dvi-i and dvi-d
apprecite ur help

  Bingalau 17:56 31 Jul 05

I think there was/is a discussion ongoing in the "Consumer Watch" section or maybe it is in the "Speakers Corner" on this same subject. I beleive "Aldi" are selling a monitor from this coming Thursday, 4th August. have a look at that thread....Bingalau..

  Graham ® 17:56 31 Jul 05

How does this one grab yer?

click here

  turismo 20:07 31 Jul 05

thx for the suggestions but still havent decided,would welcome more suggestions,cos iam bulding new comp,apologies for being annoying??

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