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Re: Flat Monitors

On Mon, 2007-10-29 at 14:10 -0600, Robin Laing wrote:
> You said everything I was, but missed that contrast is another issue 
> with LCD over CRT.  The specifications for contrast are misleading. 
> There are two contrast ratings.  One for static and one for dynamic.
> If 
> you are doing graphics work, you need a good static contrast or you
> can 
> miss details.
> Another thing is if the monitor is going to be used for gaming, then
> you 
> will have to look at the refresh rates.  If they are to slow, the 
> monitor will look like a blur with any games.  Also you have to know
> if 
> the video card can work at the native resolution of the monitor.
> I got rid of my LCD for a CRT monitor at work and home.  I am waiting 
> for OLED or SED monitors.

Well, this is just for home and no graphics work involved, as in for
emails, browsing, script type editing a little, that type stuff.  So
would think it should be OK.

One I am looking at is Proview 19" Widescreen at Walmart.

Mike Chambers
Madisonville, KY

"Best lil town on Earth!"

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