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Old May 8, 2011, 09:47 PM
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The 23-24" 120Hz screens all perform relatively the same, although the BenQ has the worst motion handling, even worse than some 60Hz displays. Still, the motion handling is quite good and it's only a minor flaw. I like the BenQ because it has great ergonomic options and supposedly they've clamped down on backlight bleed in newer units.

16:10 offers greater screen area over 16:9; however, I've went from a 24" 16:10 to a 24" 16:9 and I don't really miss the extra vertical area.

A must recommendation from me though: get a hardware color calibration unit. Using a properly calibrated display, even if you're not doing photo work, I find is a must. I suggest the X-Rite Eye-One Display LT. You can find them on Amazon.com for about $150. Furthermore, you can use it to hardware calibrate your HDTV with free software.
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