Cheapest 24" Monitor with more than 100Hz refresh rate

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ssb1551

ssb1551

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^^ Yeah I saw it late night yesterday. Thought of editing the thread but was too lazy :D lol. But seems to be a good one. Pondering over the same - should I go for the LG one you mentioned or get the cheapest 24" monitor from BenQ (GL2460HM) since I am a casual gamer?

The reason I want a big screen is (I dont know if anyone else experience the same or is it only I :p) - Informatica Power Center window seems to have small screen estate on my current 22" monitor. Maybe I am still getting used to the application. As of now I have decided to keep practicing Informatica on my current 22" monitor and if I dont get used to it by mid-Oct then I'll definitely buy a bigger monitor.
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
^^ Yeah I saw it late night yesterday. Thought of editing the thread but was too lazy :D lol. But seems to be a good one. Pondering over the same - should I go for the LG one you mentioned or get the cheapest 24" monitor from BenQ (GL2460HM) since I am a casual gamer?

The reason I want a big screen is (I dont know if anyone else experience the same or is it only I :p) - Informatica Power Center window seems to have small screen estate on my current 22" monitor. Maybe I am still getting used to the application. As of now I have decided to keep practicing Informatica on my current 22" monitor and if I dont get used to it by mid-Oct then I'll definitely buy a bigger monitor.
I did a small course for PowerCenter. We used 17inch monitors.
We did just trivial basic stuff for mapping and config windows. The 17incher sufficed for that.

But that being said, go for a higher resolution as well. That way you'll have more screen space as well for all the windows.

Or if it becomes too costly, you can go dual screen. 2x 1080p screens.

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