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rohanbee

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I own both and Both can be equally good or bad !!! i personally after much usage can't tell the difference to that extent. But there was definately a crt review/comparison test in a Digit issue a few months back. i think Acer was rated quite high but then the dealer here in my town was not good so i prefered samsung as they have an excellent network and service, same i think is with LG too.
 

mail2and

Walking, since 2004.
If you are looking for pure performance and higher resolution and refresh rates( ie. 1600x1200@75hz) then go for Acer Af715...


Otherwise Samsung 793MB is good enough(1280x1024@65hz) but Acer AF715 is seriously better
 

akshayt

Wise Old Owl
dude according to digit ,
check whether geforce 5900xt is better or radeon 9800pro

check whther altec 251 is better for creative inspire 5.1

dude ask others

a particular philips might be good

samsung might be ok too
 

mail2and

Walking, since 2004.
@akshay

acer af715 is the only 17" montior offering 1600x1200 resolution.... also it offers 1600x1200@75hz... most other montiors don't even offer 1280x1024@75hz... thats why acer AF715 is better....

I hope now you understand
 

drvarunmehta

Wise Old Owl
mail2and said:
@akshay

acer af715 is the only 17" montior offering 1600x1200 resolution.... also it offers 1600x1200@75hz... most other montiors don't even offer 1280x1024@75hz... thats why acer AF715 is better....

I hope now you understand
@andy What is the use of 1600x1200 on a 17" monitor? Even 1280x1024 is very uncomfortable. If you use 1600x1200 on a 17" you'll probably go blind staring at the tiny text.
 

drvarunmehta

Wise Old Owl
I find that really hard to believe. I just tried raising my resolution to 1280x960 and found it really to read. I just can't understand how you can manage with 1600x1200.
 

mail2and

Walking, since 2004.
not me.... i use 1280x1024 on my lcd.... thats the max resolution... but many people including heavy multi-taskers find even 1280x1024 too small for their needs :p
 

drvarunmehta

Wise Old Owl
mail2and said:
not me.... i use 1280x1024 on my lcd.... thats the max resolution... but many people including heavy multi-taskers find even 1280x1024 too small for their needs :p
But thats probably on a 19" or even a 21" monitor.
 
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