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EnglishWhat is the best 24 inch PC monitor between AU $200 and $300? The best answer will receive 0.001 btc.

Note: prices in Australian Dollars

speedygonzales 5 years ago
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Matthew Holt 5 years ago
To save money just go for any 1080P HDTV set with a HDMI connection. Most computers have HDMI connections and if not you can get a DVI to HDMI cable. While if you're sure that you computer hasn't go a DVI or HDMI connection. Then it will have a VGA one so just make sure the 1080P HDTV has VGA also and most do.
speedygonzales 5 years ago
That sounds like great advice Matthew but I was hoping for a specific model. I am also a bit worried about possible latency with using an HDTV for PC gaming.
Indolaron 5 years ago
I think HP 2311xi
speedygonzales 5 years ago
This looks like a great monitor but it doesn't seem to be available online anywhere. Even Amazon lists it as out of stock. The nearest model I can see is the 25xi which is listed at $349, a bit out of my price range.
chek2fire 5 years ago
Dell UltraSharp U2412M i don't think there is something better in that money
speedygonzales 5 years ago
This monitor looks to be brilliant but unfortunately it's well out of my price range. The Dell website lists the monitor for AU $459 and Amazon, after currency conversions and shipping still lists it at over $400!
Krispee 5 years ago
How about a Yamakasi Catleap?
http://www.amazon.com/YAMAKASI-CATLEAP-2560X1440-Computer-Monitor/dp/B00PXXMN0O/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1434154469&sr=8-1&keywords=Yamakasi+Catleap
http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club
speedygonzales 5 years ago
Again, that looks like a really good monitor and would be in my price range if I was looking in US dollars but my budget is in Aussie dollars and after converting currency and paying for shipping, that monitor will be a bit too expensive unfortunately.
speedygonzales 5 years ago
Again, that looks like a really good monitor and would be in my price range if I was looking in US dollars but my budget is in Aussie dollars and after converting currency and paying for shipping, that monitor will be a bit too expensive unfortunately.
bobMcG 5 years ago Correct
Look for something made by Iiyama. They do great monitors at great prices. They supply schools and businesses so have good customer service etc. The 2 24" monitors I got have 2ms response time (great for gaming) and plenty of inputs. Also they are mountable, which is becoming rare these days.

Don't buy a TV. Although it might seem good value, they usually have terrible response times and just aren't designed to be used as monitors really.

I have these http://www.ebuyer.com/603605-iiyama-prolite-e2483hs-b1-24-hd-led-hdmi-monitor-e2483hs-b1 , they were around £100 when i ordered and they are some of the best I have used, especially at that price. Colour is great and excellent viewing angles when compared to similar priced monitors. Also 2ms response time for that price is great.

Hope that helps.
speedygonzales 5 years ago
These monitors look fantastic and are very well priced too. This is just what I'm looking for. Thank you!