Grab some extra real estate
Subject: Displays | May 2, 2008 - 01:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are looking for a nice big monitor, then AnandTech is the place to visit. They've gather five 24" widescreen LCDs, three are TN panels aimed at consumers and two are S-PVA panels which will appeal more to graphical designers. None of these panels are cheap, either in construction or in price, but gaming at 1920x1200 has some other steep entry requirements.
"Most people like to get as much information as possible when it's time to purchase and new, relatively expensive item.
Unless you have money to throw around, you typically don't want to overpay for something that underperforms. That's
where roundups of a product category can be particularly useful; unfortunately, it's not always easy to get all of the
products in one place in order to put together such a roundup. What started as a review of a couple new 24" LCDs
eventually grew into what you see here: a comparison of five of the most recent 24" LCDs to hit the market... that we
were able to acquire. Note the qualification at the end of that sentence; there are still plenty of 24" LCDs that we
have not yet reviewed, but for now we'll take what we can get. Besides, trying to put together all of the information
for this article took enough time as it is."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Honeywell Arius 2216 LCD @ Bjorn3D
- ViewSonic VX1962wm - 19in Premium LCD @ BCCHardware
- Gateway FHD2400 24-inch Monitor Review
@ Digital Trends
- Samsung 2232GW 22-inch Widescreen LCD Review @
- ASUS LS201 20" LCD Monitor
- Samsung SyncMaster 245BW Widescreen LCD Monitor @ Benchmark Reviews