paulWTAMU wrote:I'm looking at upgrading my monitor sometime this year, and I'm noticing that, particularly in the larger screen sizes and higher resolutions, 16:10 is hard to find, and most things are 16:9. Should I just cave in and go with that? I was looking to upgrade to a 1900x1200 but there's only like 7 listed on newegg, several of which are out of stock. And when I buy after my birthday, I'm worried they'll all be gone.
DancinJack wrote:JustAnEngineer wrote:When you can get a 21½" to 23" 1920x1080 monitor with an e-IPS LCD panel for $200-ish, why would you tolerate a nasty TN LCD panel?
On point. I used to not think twice about using a TN monitor as my primary display. I have owned my U2410 for just over a year now and the difference is night and day. I thought I was spending a lot of money at the time without a whole lot to show for it, but I was insanely wrong. Having a nice monitor makes my computing experience a whole lot better.
The ergonomics(height,tilt,swivel,pivot) are fantastic with the UltraSharp series.
sRGB and AdobeRGB modes
A plethora of inputs
Zoomastigophora wrote:Buub wrote:Agreed. I've got a pair of U2411's, and they are fantastic.
Wait, you have U2411s? I thought those were just rumors. How are they different from the U2410?
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