This article was conceived to serve as a guide. Without delving into technicalities and features of each monitor I just browsed through the catalogue of currently available models, pointing out the most interesting offers.Check it out at X-bit Labs.
Explaining my preference of one model to some other one would have made the article a full-size review, provoking the above-mentioned problem, so I’ll be trying to keep as concise as possible, throwing out unnecessary details. If you want those details, there is a link to our review after the name of each monitor model (for models that we tested in our labs). Overall, this article is a summary of my experience, perhaps subjective and biased, but it is the experience of a man who has seen and tested a lot of various monitors. The models I’ll mention below are the models that I most often name when asked the question, “what should I buy if…”
LCD display buyer's guide
Posted on Saturday, Nov 03 2007 @ 17:34 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs has written a guide which may be helpful if you're planning to buy a new LCD display. They give tips on the best 17", 19", 20", 22", 23", 24" and 24"+ LCD displays.