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Old 10th July 2005, 04:23   #1
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Default HP L2335: Low Response Time and High Resolution LCD

Spending $1000 on a computer component is often hard to swallow. Although, if you're going to spend that much, in our opinion, a display is the only component that could justify the cost. Gaming at 1920x1200, watching native 1080p, or PIP a native 480p component signal with a Word document are just phenomenal reasons to use a widescreen display like the HP L2335. Try to do any of those things with your $1000 CPU and $50 17" CRT.

http://www.anandtech.com/displays/sh...spx?i=2467&p=1
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So, are you telling me if I have a $1000 CPU, I will be wise to spend $1000 on this 1920x1200 LCD display?

Hummm.... it does make sense. My CPU is $149, and a $200 17" LCD should do fine
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this is nevertheless a very cool display...
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And, you certainly have the right CPU to own one
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my fx53 is old fashion, I should get a 24" CRT
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CRT is over; 22" TFT and more is what you should aim for
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I know, I was just kidding, I'll probably get me a BIG tft but not this year, don't have the time to enjoy it, but it sure looks nice!
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is this top of the line for big lcds?
are there any better screens out there (needs to be perfect for gaming too)
best ones seem to be BenQ TFT 23" FP231W or Hewlett-Packard L2335?

I've seen some other 23-24" monitors but don't have a clue...
LG Electronics L2300B
Philips 230W5BS
Samsung SyncMaster 243 T
Sony SDM-P234B
ViewSonic Pro Series VP231Wb
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benq looks nicer visually, but I've read soms bad reviews of the benq, isn't it supposed to be the same screen???

aaaah I'm talking to myself here
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