The place is closed on Sunday for sure.Thanks Nerevarine for the detailed information. I don't have a dGPU (yet). Not planning to buy one either, since not into hardcore games atm.
Hence I will avoid the LG's wide screen monitor. Will go for safer choices.
Yes, not going to crop or zoom the picture. That would be very bad.
I had to goto Nehru Place tomorrow, but not sure whether the market will be open tomorrow since it's Teacher's Day and Janmasthmi.
:Samepinch:Well, Nehru place was open today. And I did buy the monitor. I ended up buying HP 22XW.
I went to Cost to cost and straightaway headed to the monitor section. The picture quality of 22XW was seemingly good but I wasn't able to find the other monitor (BenQ 24 inch EW2440L and Samsung 23.6 inch LS24D390HL/XL). Those were not on display. But I did compare the picture with another AOC 25" monitor. Despite the fact that AOC monitor was bigger, I found that clarity in 22XW was better. Same clip was running on both the monitors but were not in sync for me to directly compare. Hence I requested the guy to pause the clip on one monitor, which he readily complied. So when I say I actually compared the clips I am not making this up.
The fact that I got the monitor in Rs 9440, lower than what it cost to Hrishi, made me finalize it.
The white look isn't all that bad. And at my home it looks bigger than what it was looking in the showroom. Here are few pics and album link below:
Album: HP Pavillion 22XW Monitor - Album on Imgur (Size: ~15 MB)
Thanks everyone who helped me selecting the best 1080p monitor around 10k. It cost below 10k!!
The money I saved in monitor, I bought 4x2GB RAM of brand G.Skill Ripjaw!
So do you like the color reproduction of 22Xw ?
PS , I paid through card so add 2% extra. I got it for the same price as you but then 2% extra made it reach 9600~.
Do post a review if you like , there are barely any reviews online for a worthy monitor like this.
Set Technicolor preset and lowered the brightness a bit. Now the picture seems balanced.
Not sure what Dynamic contrast will result into but set it anyways.
Not a lot of people intend to wall mount their computer monitor, so lack of VESA mount isn't really a con. I know of only one person who I have seen using his computer wall mounted. He is [MENTION=26711]ico[/MENTION].