This week's forum tidings topic comes courtesy of TR regular FireGryphon, who posted a monitor picking thread in our General Hardware forum. FireGryphon has a budget of $400, and he's looking to know if he should go with the ubiquitous Dell 2007WFP or if there's another, better monitor he could get for the same amount of cash. So far, other users have suggested 24" monitors from Acer and Westinghouse, as well as smaller and cheaper Acer displays.
What about you? What monitor would you snag if you had $400 to spend? Do you think Dell is the be-all, end-all in that price range, or are you more partial to other manufacturers? Feel free to hit FireGryphon's thread and share your insights if you have any. And as always, don't forget to register a forum account first if you don't already have one.
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