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    Default Best company gaming Monitors?

    hi im thinking of buyin a new monitor some where around 20" to 22" for about around 200 euro. not sure what the best company is for gaming monitors so any tips would be great.

    even if they are not under 200 euro any advice at all

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    Well If i had a spare $400 Bucks id be buying a Samsung 2233 or something like that. Dell Also make a good high end gaming screen. The Ultrasharp Range. I have an Ultrasharp but its only an older 19in one. I dontknow how much 200 Euros is but im sure its at least $400 AUD so you should be able to get something good with either brand. ASUS splendid monitors also look very nice in picture Quality. Make sure though that if you have a "light" room then the glossy screens can become annoying with reflections in the background. The Mat ones are a lot better for rooms with light behind you or what not. If your in a dark room then Go Glossy.
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    Default Re: Best company gaming Monitors?

    Samsung is a good and very reliable brand. Also, matte screens provide more accurate colors, which is important if you're a professional working in the field of editing or creating pics for print. If you're not it doesn't matter much and you can get a glossy which is good overall but they reflect a bit on lighter areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knifey View Post
    hi im thinking of buyin a new monitor some where around 20" to 22" for about around 200 euro. not sure what the best company is for gaming monitors so any tips would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by criteriadan View Post
    matte screens provide more accurate colors, which is important if you're a professional working in the field of editing or creating pics for print.
    I did not know that, My dell Screen has a good picture and its Matte. My Toshiba Laptop has a glossy screen which also has a good picture. I have only seen a couple of screens out there that I can notice a vast picture clarity that makes you just go wow I want one. The ASUS Splendid was one of them and it was glossy, The Dell 24in Ultrasharp was the other, its expensive but worth it. Im sure that one was a matte.

    There is also the 3? main types of LCD screens, The LED Backlit ones sound good. Its all very confusing. Just stick with a good brand, go and see it working and if you like it buy it lol. But Yeah Samsung are good.
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    Default Re: Best company gaming Monitors?

    well so far i hav come accross these 2

    Samsung SM-T220 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Rose Black : novatech.co.uk : SAM-T220LS

    Samsung SM-T200 20" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Rose Black : novatech.co.uk : SAM-T200LS

    what u think?
    they hav a good response time 2MS but thats all i know to be 1 of the important parts in choosing a gaming monitor really is the response time. any other thing i should look out for?

    Also sorry but what do u mean by Matte?

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    Matte = not glossy
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