I'm tired of staring at this 17" CRT from the turn of the millennium. Can't afford a big plasma or LCD television screen for my computer. So, I'm looking at IPS screens in the 23"-24" range. I don't have TV service, all my media is played on the computer.
Keep coming back to Asus PA248Q and PA246Q. The 246 ($480+tx) is $180 more after sales tax than the 248 ($310+tx), and from what I can tell uses a much better display panel in terms of performance and quality. I'm seeing a lot of hit-or-miss reviews of real-world 248Q ownership in terms of colour and flickering.
But $500+ for a monitor seems like crazy talk... that $200 difference will buy tons of TN panels alone!
Can anyone comment on IPS panels from other brands? HP has similarly priced models... Acer has cheaper models but I question the quality... Phillips any good?
I'm going for caviar performance on a fish-sticks budget, lol MUST be IPS panel! Hugely prefer full 1920x1200 instead of 1080... cheers