22" LCD $180 one day only

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by nkhoi, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

  2. beware of TN displays... poor viewing angles

    pay attention to native resolution numbers

    bigger screen doesn't mean better resolution and an ultra sharp screen will set you back $500+
  3. I have 3 of those Acer models and I like 'em especially for the price...a really great value

    You can definitely get better monitors but you get tons of real estate for that price...( I have more "expensive" ones at work but I don't notice a difference)

    it is a little bright and the settings aren't great but after messing with your videocard settings you should be able to get it to where you want it...the base feels a little cheap....but overall very satisfied...
  4. Landis,

    I have 2 of those 22" acers great monitors great reviews also.
  5. Thanks guys!
  6. My wife uses a 22" Acer for her graphic design work and really likes it.
    I've got a Westinghouse 19" Widescreen with my 17" laptop,and I"m set.
    I can't see how I"d ever need more.
  7. Vista


    No idea if Sceptre's any good, but Sam's now has a 24" for $299.
  8. omniscient

    omniscient Guest

    22" or 24" not quite enough? go for the 28".

    haven't used or seen this one or viewsonic's 28" LCD, so no idea if either is worth the coin.

    g/l and t/c
  9. I run a 19" acer and I've been very happy with the brand. I've never had my hands on a sceptre though so I can't really comment, although I do remember there were some generally good reviews on the 19" sceptres that were selling on newegg 2-3 years ago.
    #10     Aug 12, 2008