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1st Place: Dell UltraSharp U2410Dell first popularized Full HD, quality non-TN panels with consumers thanks to its original UltraSharp 2405FPW, and is looking to regain that crown with the U2410. An industrial but attractive design, excellent adjustability, more connections than you could shake a very long stick at, and factory-calibrated image quality that's at the top of its league thanks to an H-IPS panel, it certainly gets our vote.
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2nd Place: NEC MultiSync EA231WMiNot everyone can afford to spend over £400 on a good, adjustable monitor. For those that want the image quality benefits IPS brings to the table but can do without the fancy extras, NEC's display costs considerably less but doesn't cut corners where it counts.
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3rd Place: Samsung SyncMaster F2080With this sPVA-based display, Samsung brought superior panel technology, build quality and ergonomics to a price-point lower than anyone has any right to expect, meaning that even those on a very tight budget can afford a monitor that's a cut above.
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