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    Post Which one is the best LED available in BD within budget ?

    I am planning to buy a LED for watching 1080p movies. Checked market and as usual brand made me confused. Viewsonic, Philips, ASUS, Accer, Dell to name some. So many technical issues HD support, color ratio, response time . For that I want help from experienced member of Banglagamer. My budget is around 20k and requirement is 23"

    Requesting all gamer to place their own viewpoint with logic why your suggestion of LED is best & please mention the price of the brand/model.

    If the moderator can edit my post to place a poll on some model to help me decide will be great.
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    try asus ml238h, its performance is very good so far i have been concerned, iam currently using the later version which is not available in bd ryt now, also dell as well as philips is good brand, but don't know much about acer and viewsonic
    its response time is 2ms
    contrast ratio 10 million is to 1
    full hd
    http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/ML238H/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    I am planning to buy a LED for watching 1080p movies. Checked market and as usual brand made me confused. Viewsonic, Philips, ASUS, Accer, Dell to name some. So many technical issues HD support, color ratio, response time . For that I want help from experienced member of Banglagamer. My budget is around 20k and requirement is 23"

    Requesting all gamer to place their own viewpoint with logic why your suggestion of LED is best & please mention the price of the brand/model.

    If the moderator can edit my post to place a poll on some model to help me decide will be great.
    Try the ASUS latest ML series monitors. Those are IPS monitors and also of good quality. ViewSonic is crap compared to ASUS and I compared side by side, though they are cheaper. And also don't forget to check for dead pixels before buying - http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...CD-LED-Monitor

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    Ok if it is about IPS panel I should choose to buy can anyone tell me if the following two product is available in our country or not. If yes what is the price

    ASUS PA248Q /PB248Q

    http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Project...specifications
    http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Project...specifications

    Viewsonic VP2365-LED
    http://www.viewsonic.com/us/vp2365-led-69.html
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    Asus ml238h is priced at around 19-20k, so they will be much more pricier and last time I checked those models weren't available but funny part is that fancy 3d monitors are. And good products won't be available in bd ever.bi think asus ml238h is ur best bet

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    Btw they are over 300$ in USA which means that even if they are available in nd they should be priced at over. 30k, for example our 3d tv was priced at 3k us $ but in our country it was above 7 lakh bet, corsair gs 800 psu is around 100$ but in bd its 13k

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