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26-27 Inch LCD Screen with S-PVA / IPS Panel ?

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  1. HellasVagabond New Member

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    Ok guys i am in the market for an S-PVA or IPS panel LCD screen from 26-27 inches.
    First of all dont talk to me about EIZO, i love them but their prices are far higher than the competition. Also don't propose anything made by LG and Huyndai since i have worked with their LCD screens before and they are bad no matter the panel. I am thinking about the 275T From Samsung but i am open to suggestions.

    So please post your proposals....
     
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    Well I have the Planar PX2611W which has a beautiful picture and is very well regarded. It is an IPS type panel.

    Also I used to have a Doublesight DS-263N which is also a IPS panel and was very reasonably priced. ALthough they dont make them anymore you could probably find a good deal on a used one.
    Im not sure if the newer Doublesight 26" are using IPS panels or not.
     
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    Doublesight and Planar do not exist in Greece....
     
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    why don't you tell us whats available then?
     
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    Well maybe you could find one off Ebay?

    Dell has the 27" 2709W with the PVA type panel.
    The older model is the 2707WFP which also has the PVA panel.
    The outlet has some really good prices on both of these.
     
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    You are going to bust you pockets for that kind of monitor! I hope you are not buying this for gaming...
     
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    Well look at his specs! He's got two i7 systems and an AMD system. If he's got the cash, more power to him!
     
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    Right now i have one i7 rig with the 215TW, the other i7 rig with a 20inch Samsung ( dont remember model ) and the AMD system as secondary with the 215TW...I also have my primary i7 rig plugged on my 55 inch SONY but that is used almost never, too big....

    The thing is that in Greece we dont have many monitor companies aside Samsung, Eizo, Lg, SONY, Philips and ASUS....So not much around....
     

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