Monitors - which would you choose?

  numskull 11:24 23 Feb 2010

Can't decide between an Iiyama E2209HDS or a Viewsonic VX2260WM.
I have read that the Viewsonic has a very annoying, bright LED light.

  numskull 18:23 23 Feb 2010
  numskull 18:47 23 Feb 2010

Other suggestions would be welcome.

  gengiscant 13:50 24 Feb 2010

I have been having the same problem.
I initially was looking for a big monitor,bigger than my Acer AL2202w widescreen monitor that I have had for a couple of years now, and have been very pleased with.
I have now decided on this one after much research
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yes it is not cheap but it has excellent reviews and has IPS as apposed to a TN screen.

  numskull 08:57 25 Feb 2010

That one is just a bit expensive.

  Grantrh 14:16 18 Mar 2010

I have a viewsonic one at work and I am not particularly impressed, either in build quality or display.
I would go with the Iiyama.

  AL47 22:57 19 Mar 2010

i also have a u2410 and its the best monitor ive ever seen in real life

i got mine for a tad under 400, but its way more than your others

  sunnystaines 08:26 20 Mar 2010

i spent ages looking at monitors a few months back and it came down to either a dell ultrasharp or samsung t24

a pack of wrong info from the dell indian call centre put me off. the sales line just agreed with everything you asked without checking the spec which destroyed any confidence in placing a order.

i bought a samsung from a local richards shop outlet which was cheaper that a net order.

  numskull 09:47 24 Mar 2010

I bought an iiyama E2208hds in the end.

  Terry Brown 11:42 25 Mar 2010

I bought a Hanns G from MISCO, using with digital output, excellent graphics & colour, price very reasonable.

  jitendrasnv 10:22 30 Mar 2010


If i would be at your place then i will chose the view-sonic as it has good picture quality and better resolution also.


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