1080p LED Monitor for 15k

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  1. rider

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    My brother is interested to purchase a full HD 1080p monitor. His budget is about 15k. Main priority is Video quality and gaming. So, I suggested him Dell UltraSharp U2312HM or Dell S2440L.
    I know it is the comparison of IPS panel and VN panel. But in TFT Review I can see S2440L with VN panel is better. We are confused, help us to solve.
     
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    what is ur budget?
     
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    kindly read my post above.
     
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    Samsung S24B370H (24") would be an even better choice-should cost around 14k.
     
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    Dell S2440L is a new monitor. Launched recently priced in US for 200 dollars at amazon.. no idea about here in India. The best thing I like about the monitor is 3000:1 contrast, deeper blacks, colour accuracy and edge-to-edge bezel just like macs. Check this review.

    They have less than 1000:1 contrast.
     
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    @rider: I suppose you've used a confusing word "My brother is interested to purchase a full HD 1080p laptop. His budget is about 15k.". Please rectify that.
     
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    Oh! God. Why the hell I written laptop? :p

    So, What is the best price of Dell S2440L?
     
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    I am suggesting you an cheaper alternative, AOC i2353Ph 23" IPS Full HD display @ 11.6K. It has HDMI and DVI input and also Speakers. But the best thing is it is an IPS panel based display at the price of normal TN Panel.
     
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    nikhilsharma007nikx Wassup?

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    But for that price he should get a good monitor as the AOC is good but it has backlight bleeding which can be easily observed and also the quality can never be compared to a GOOD IPS PANEL LIKE THE DELL ULTRaSHARP!!!!!
     
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    Don't want AOC. Dell S2440L is better than Dell UltraSharp U2312HM in TFT Central review. Please check it out.
     
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    nikhilsharma007nikx Wassup?

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    nope i dont agree!!!!!
     
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    Can you explain.. why?
     
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    bro see these moniter
    asus VS239H-P
    and LG IPS236V
     
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    Prices?
     
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    IPS Panel's clarity and image reproduction is unmatched, I would suggest Dell U2412M. I got it for 18k, 3k more and you get a 16:10 ratio and an Inch extra.
    No HDMI though.
     
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    bro all r under 15k
    ips and with HDMI port support.compare ASUS VS239H-P or
    LG IPS236V or
    DELL S2440L and buy
     
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    what about gaming response time of U2412M? Is it better than Dell 2440L
     
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    I have Dell ST2220L and Dell U2412M and the difference is huge in terms of Picture/Video quality.
    The difference in quality of TN and IPS panel is huge, the grey to grey response time differnece of 2ms is nothing in comparison.
    In real life situation, you won't notice a differnece, the u2412 works perfect for gaming.

    Some technical stuff.
    Your eyes are the 'most' limiting factor - they are 12.5ms on average.
    The IPS monitor is 8ms.
    ps3's run on 30fps, most experts consider 30 fps playable (borderline) and 50 fps good.

    For more assurance : You might want to go through Display Myths Shattered: How Monitor & HDTV Companies Cook Their Specs - Page 1 | Maximum PC
     
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    But Dell 2440L is AMVA panel not TN panel. It beats U2312HM (IPS) in default colour accuracy, contrast, black levels etc.
     

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