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19-20" IPS LCD?

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Do they exist?

 

:P

 

From memery there were a couple of LG.Philips panels in that size range, but they're oldish and I can't track them down in Australia :(

 

Also, a question: what's IPS like for gaming? It's not it's main focus: I want it for proper calibration of colours for print work and graphic design, but I _do_ play some games on the box occasionally. I have a 19" AOC 5ms (apparently) LCD at the moment and it's fine: will I notice much ghosting switching to a 16ms IPS panel?

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Here's a list of 19" [4:3] lcd's with an ips panel:

Nec LCD1990SXi / http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search...0SXi&spos=3

 

20" [16:10]:

dell 2007WFP / NA

 

20" [4:3]

dell 2007FP / NA

hp LP2065 / http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search...2065&spos=1

nec LCD2090UXi / http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search...0UXi&spos=1

eizo CG210 / na

eizo L997 / na

 

22" [16:10]

dell 2209WA / na

 

The old apple 20" would have did the job for you too, but it has been discontinued. Honestly at those prices your better of getting a 24" philips or hp ips based screen:

 

hp LP2475w / http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search...475w&spos=1

philips 240PW9EB / http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search...W9EB&spos=1

 

I've been gaming on a 16ms ips based dell 30" for nearly 4 years now, though i haven't done alot of gaming in the past year. That said i didn't and haven't noticed any ghosting, I changed from a highend professional crt by the way.

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I've been playing oblivion with mine recently (philips 24") and I dont notice any real ghosting. I think I can maybe see it if I really look for it but I think it's more likely I am just see what I am looking for if you kow what I mean. In any case it never distracts while playing.

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