But what to use to display all that computer goodness? Well I just had them set this up at my Best Buy and it did look good. Here are few quick snaps. I’m not noticing anything, at least. Unless you really have the monitor on the right spot, you’ll have angle issues, brightness issues and color issues. Why is that important? Which is the best, regardless of price?
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A13XNov 13, Also, if you get some image tearing on fast shooter games over VGA with 1: I seriously LOVE the colors of this panel! Does anyone actually still use S-Video or composite inputs?
Additional Features 2 USB 2.
24″ LCD Roundup
Save yourself a headache and heart break. Also, do I read right that it has Composite?
No more Gateway products for me. Well I just had them set this up at my Best Buy and it did look good. You can save a bit I know we all get desperate at times and get either the 32″ from Sharp or the 37″ from Westy.
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The only thing I liked the 24″ was for it’s fast response and colors. Unlike all of the other LCDs in this roundup, the Gateway includes a glossy panel.
Excellent, just what I needed to know, reductant I appreciate it. These few will still give you a little idea of how the display looks.
Gateway FHD2400 24″ Widescreen LCD Monitor
I’m glad I traded mine in. No, create an account now. In fact, we can stop right now for those of you that like glossy displays: I don’t see any flickering within Adobe 8.
If Projectors where cheap for good quality images, I might consider that A check of the Gateway site finds no monitor gatewy for this.
Gateway FHD Specs – CNET
AV-WayneNov 12, PuterguruNov 12, Move beyond that areas and there are plenty of differences. So for those who have this monitor, where is the monitor driver? AV-WayneNov 13, If you need a 24″, look for something that’s not a TN panel.
I wanted to post some calibration settings that I think greatly diminished backlight bleeding. PuterguruNov 11, In some ways, the Gateway stand is the best of the bunch today.
Nov 10, Log in Don’t have an account? I was very willing to pay for it, too. Log in or Sign up.
It’s amazing how you get so used too something, and a 20″ Dell looks small and tough too read by comparison. I hate this technology sector! I’m a monitor snob