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advice, new monitor needed for new pc


amosoreilly

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hi i have ordered a new pc and need a monitor to go with it. ideally size over 21" full hd, hdmi connection. my budget is a max of £150.00. so many around i have no idea please help. Whats the best for my money.

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wee eddie

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Read the magazine

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Jock1e

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24" one from Amazon.

Are you looking for a smaller one.

Amazon

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amosoreilly

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24" would be fine, i have seen the well known makes such as acer and phillips but benQ and others never heard of. just wondered what is the best bet for my money.

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Jock1e

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amosoreilly

Sorry I cannot comment on others my Daughter had the acer one and the picture was perfect on it and that is about all I could say about it except the price does seem a bit low and the free delivery always helps no matter which one you go for.

I use a Samsung TV/Monitor which comes in handy if you get bored while on the computer or vice versa.

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lotvic

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Jock1e, "I use a Samsung TV/Monitor" can I ask what model you've got? or is that an ordinary tv that you use for a monitor as well.

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nickf

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take a look at this , http://www.scan.co.uk/products/236-asus-vs247h-led-full-hd-hdmi-dvi-vga-1920x1080-300cd-m-50m1-5ms-black I have an ASUS , and I am very happy with it .

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