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I'm in the market for a 27" plus monitor mainly for stills, but within the archives of your learned site there are only a handful of 9/10 scores, the newest of which is over two years old. How does the picture quality these older monitors relate to the newer ones? Is a three year old 9/10 inferior to a new 7/10? Maybe there could be some sort of absolute reference for your scoring system.
Wonder what the input lag is like - took me 6 months on and off to find one for gaming - sung the Samsung 2233 at the moment after ditching my old CRT Trinitron after a decade
Please please please more 1920 * 1200 monitors. The more you review and give good scores so the more we will find out in the wild. This fad for 1080p monitors is doing my head in, they are fine for tv but useless for real PC work.
If you are patient and wait for Dell to drop the price, you can get the U2711 for around £630 quid. If you can then find a 10% voucher (like I did) it comes down to £570 quid. I couldn't resist at that price.Hint: Keep an eye on both the home and small business areas of Dell's site.
As an audiophile I've been looking for something just like this. Paired with my wireless keyboard and mouse, I can browse the internet silently (with noisy laptop or PC in another room) with no disturbance to my music listening. Great stuff!
Update: Our pick of the best monitors gains two new entries from Samsung
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