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01/07/2006 09:01:26 PM · #1
What, in your opinion is the better large screen, ie, 19-24" monitor for photographic, color accuracy, and general purposes?

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01/07/2006 09:03:46 PM · #2
What, in your opinion is the better large screen, ie, 19-24" monitor for photographic, color accuracy, and general purposes?
01/07/2006 09:26:05 PM · #3
I love my 19" LCD. I guess it is personal choice but I think atleast 19 is great for working with photographs to see the detail much better and especially if you use photoshop or something similar all the time. I certainly would not go back smaller !

:-)

Lisa
01/07/2006 10:41:57 PM · #4
I really enjoy my 20" widescreen that I picked up from DELL
01/07/2006 10:43:57 PM · #5
Originally posted by GrandpaPops:

What, in your opinion is the better large screen, ie, 19-24" monitor for photographic, color accuracy, and general purposes?


I got the Dell 20.1" wide screen and love it.
01/26/2006 07:32:07 AM · #6
I guess I should have posed my question with a little more clearly. I wondered what those that have decided to use LCD panels for their photographic work, in a size range of 19 to 24" have found to be the best in terms of their work and the product manufacturer; i.e. LaCie, Eizo, Dell, Viewsonic, et al.
01/26/2006 07:54:14 AM · #7
It has more to do with the manufacturer of the panel rather than the monitor. The sharp panels used in high-end Dell and Apple displays are among the best for colour reproduction (at least so I read). I'm very happy indeed with my 20" Dell.
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