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    Default Glossary of high end monitors

    Sup folks,

    Been a while since I've opened a topic, eh. Well, the purpose of this thread is exactly what its title claims. Build up a glossary of all available high end monitors currently in our market.

    I'll define a few conditions, but nothing too restrictive.

    -> The minimum resolution has to be 1920x1080 (x 1200 preferred, but that's more or less impossible to find in this godforsaken country of ours)
    -> 16:9 (Though, the resolution calls for this already)


    Data you should present are a link to its official site and the current price (As well as specifications, should you have them)
    The price cap is somewhere in the line of 30k

    Reason:

    Me along with a few friends need monitors. So, if we find something we all like, chances of us picking one up each is high.

    And as always, thanks for helping beforehands, folks o/

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    The best at the moment is

    Asus MS228H



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    My opinion:

    Pros:
    1. HDMI
    2. LED
    3. Best in its class in BD
    4. Very Low power consumption
    5. Very cool looking

    Cons:

    1. No DVI - Will get a DVI>HDMI though
    2. Almost no adjustable stand - For me this is the deal breaker
    3. 60Hz

    http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Moni...specifications
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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Is this currently available????

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    The best at the moment is

    Asus MS228H



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    My opinion:

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    4. Very Low power consumption
    5. Very cool looking

    Cons:

    1. No DVI - Will get a DVI>HDMI though
    2. Almost no adjustable stand - For me this is the deal breaker
    3. 60Hz

    http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Moni...specifications
    Well I'm using one right now, but with that budget, wont it better to get a 24' or something ?

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Well I'm using one right now, but with that budget, wont it better to get a 24' or something ?
    The budget exists, yeah. But ideally, we'd like to spend as less as possible

    And to be completely honest with you guys, I don't really like how the MS228H looks either. But, yeah it's an option I've thought of for a while.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    I am using one myself and find it very good for like every purpose...its a good buy indeed....
    and better than any other 21'' LED monitors in the market...

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by sinisterfahim View Post
    i am using one myself and find it very good for like every purpose...its a good buy indeed.... :d
    and better than any other 21'' led monitors in the market...
    what abt its perfomance with ur ps3...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reventon View Post
    what abt its perfomance with ur ps3...
    great, not bad.....very good i'll say...

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    Is the MS228H currently available? Any prices and recommendations as to where to buy from?

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Reventon View Post
    Is this currently available????
    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Is the MS228H currently available? Any prices and recommendations as to where to buy from?
    I am not sure about the availability...but the price is around 14.5-16k
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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Went to IDB last night. MS228H isn't available, and last known price is 17.5k (lol)

    Global says they have a chance of restocking in the next 10 days or so, welp.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Went to IDB last night. MS228H isn't available, and last known price is 17.5k (lol)

    Global says they have a chance of restocking in the next 10 days or so, welp.
    Did you try calling StarTech at ECS?

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by faisal.amir.bd View Post
    Did you try calling StarTech at ECS?

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    Just called, answer was negative. Global however said that they have a big shipment of monitors coming in on the first week of next month, looking forward to that.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Went to IDB last night. MS228H isn't available, and last known price is 17.5k (lol)Global says they have a chance of restocking in the next 10 days or so, welp.
    are you serious....i personally bought some for 15k....
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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    are you serious....i personally bought some for 15k....
    ei year er budget pass hobar por 18.5" up sokol prokar tcd/led product a tax baraise. So, price o barse. Samsung er 21.5" LED amr ek frnd ke kine disilam 12 k te. ekhn oitar price 15.5k.
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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    to be completely honest with you guys, I'm more interested in Dell E2210H than the MS228H. Let's see how it goes, eh?

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Damn my Monitor was 12.5K two years ago which is Philip 21.5 Inch Monitor LCD with HDMI and VGA port.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Heading to IDB yet again now (with @xCross and @coldfire7 ), we'll see if we can find something, lol.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Sup folks,

    Been a while since I've opened a topic, eh. Well, the purpose of this thread is exactly what its title claims. Build up a glossary of all available high end monitors currently in our market.

    I'll define a few conditions, but nothing too restrictive.

    -> The minimum resolution has to be 1920x1080 (x 1200 preferred, but that's more or less impossible to find in this godforsaken country of ours)
    -> 16:9 (Though, the resolution calls for this already)


    Data you should present are a link to its official site and the current price (As well as specifications, should you have them)
    The price cap is somewhere in the line of 30k

    Reason:

    Me along with a few friends need monitors. So, if we find something we all like, chances of us picking one up each is high.

    And as always, thanks for helping beforehands, folks o/
    You should be more concerned about Response time. I'm also looking forward to get a new monitor. preferably 27".

    If possible Pls name some model with price.
    Last edited by minitt; October 1st, 2011 at 21:56.

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    Default Re: Glossary of high end monitors

    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    You should be more concerned about Response time. I'm also looking forward to get a new monitor. preferably 27".

    If possible Pls name some model with price.

    No, not really. I don't game, nor do I really care about 1ms of lag.
    There was a Philips 27" that could do 1920x1200, but I haven't seen it around.


    That said, settled for a Samsung Syncmaster SA300 (S24300B) @ 24.6k.
    Good enough for me.

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