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    Default Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Now there I have two options either to buy a SQUARE DELL 19" inches LCD Monitor
    Price: 10,800


    or

    To buy WideScreen Samsung a 21.5" Inches LCD monitor.
    Price: 11,500


    Which alternative is better and why ? could anyone help me on this ?
    Please specify the reason of choosing either the dell square or the Widescreen Samsung.
    thanking you guys in advance

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Wide ta oboshhoi.in gaming, watching movie it is a way better.
    Asus er 21'' erekta ase 15.5k te 2ms response time model no ta vule gesi. M228h ba similar kisu ekta hobe.

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Mohiuddin bhaiya made it clear, of course the widescreen one.

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    For gaming? Then Widescreen is the ONLY option. Especially in multiplayer gaming, wider screen means you see more of the battlefield at once (= more FOV). So, its a gamer's choice. For movies, widescreen is essential. And do not worry about viewing angle specifications if you watch it from one specific spot instead of moving from place to place (viewing it like a TV).


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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Have any of you used wide screen monitor??
    Wide screen is not good for gaming in my opinion.


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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Have any of you used wide screen monitor??
    Wide screen is not good for gaming in my opinion.
    Can you please specify the reason? I'm more comfortable with widescreen monitors, though I'm not using one right now.

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    I played some games in wide screen, felt uncomfortable and didn't like the resolutions at all.


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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    I played some games in wide screen, felt uncomfortable and didn't like the resolutions at all.
    Probably that was not a good monitor.

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    That was a HP pavilion Laptop though.


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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    I played some games in wide screen, felt uncomfortable and didn't like the resolutions at all.
    I guess you're not used to them?

    1920x1200 = Can't beat this resolution. It's godly.

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Yeah I'm not used to wide screen monitor and those resolution.


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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Faisal, add a bit more cash and go for the wide screens around 14-15k range. Search around some of the thread about monitors in this forum. Should help you decide. And advanced congrats on getting the monitor!!
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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    thnx for the replies guys
    but galib bhai I already bought the Samsung one
    I couldnt afford more money I saved 2 months tution salary and here I am using it
    its awesome I love it

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Try LED Monitors.......Better Brightness...Clear Graphics...

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    Go for ASUS MS228H for 15.2k it has full HD 1080p 2ms response time and a 10000000:1 contrast ratio wat more do u want?I'm using it currenty so i knw its very good for gaming..........

    ---------- Post added at 18:16 ---------- Previous post was at 18:15 ----------

    ohh u already got the samsung 1.....good monitor....enjoy gaming........

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    Default Re: Need help buying a "Monitor"

    thnx for the response guys

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