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    Asus TFT

    Looking at the 24" TFT's as would be better to have one of those for gaming and movies and I could still fit multi os's onto the screen.

    was just curious what people thought to this asus tft :

    dabs.com - Asustek 24" MK241H 2ms DVI LCD TFT (MK241H)

    On dabs with quicklinx code : 53HNWS

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    I got an acer 24" for about half that. I only use it for work though and not for gaming so I couldnt comment on the refresh rate or anything like that, but for what I needed it for it does the job perfectly.

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    one off purchase

    This is going to be a one off purchase and want to make sure its the best one I can get so need it to be all round well good.

    So am looking at all my options first

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    iiyama

    found this TFT thats a 26" TFT that they don't have in stock currently :

    26" Iiyama ProLite E2607WS-1 - Aria Technology

    Was just wondering what peoples opinions of this monitor were in comparison to other TFT's that are either 24" or 26" TFT's?

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    Personally i dont go with anything other than Samsung, they are superbly made and look awesome as well.

    Samsung 24" - Samsung SM245B+ 24" TFT Monitor Widescreen 1920x1200 3000:1 400cd/m2 5ms H/Adjust VGA/DVI-D Black 3 Years Onsite Warranty Award Winning Monitor - Ebuyer @ 253.26

    42 Reviews and 5 Star rating.

    Personally i have 2 Samsung 22" Pebbles (2232BW) they are superb.

    Psy.

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    Are you going to have duel screen?

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    en garde!

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    no dual screen

    24 or 26 " is plenty of screen real estate so not going to go dual screen at least not for quite some time.

    Plus trying to watch movies etc dual screen is a pain so for now just want one 26 or 24" screen ( will choose depending on refresh rate, high resolution, supports HDCP ) am thinking either a samsung or a iiyama but not sure and need some suggestions or recommendations.

    Thanks

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