Thank you for sharing your opinions! I need to hear personal experience, so I can decide. Thanks!
ricci_gdf saidThis one looks good. Thanks for posting!
You should consider this one too:
If anyone else is reading this, please just let me know what monitor do you have. I am curious!
My budget is max $1000
Apple LED Cinema Display (27” flat panel) – $999.00http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC007LL/A/apple-led-cinema-display-27-flat-panel?fnode=53
Might have overlooked something, sorry EFEKT. Don’t own apple and as I understand it cannot be connected with PC.
Thank you Creattive for the fast response! Appreciated!
I’ve Apple’s LED Cinema Display 27” (2560×1440). I’m very satisfied with it, it’s really good (the price too). But you said no Apple products, so…
I know that Apple cinema displays are great, but expensive too in my opinion. If I wanted to spend that much, I would get a NEC: http://www.necdisplay.com/p/desktop-monitors/pa271w-bk-sv
It is obligatory to use the new envato logo, or I can stick with the older one? Can someone send me a high res and quality version of the new logo in png format, please?
I don’t trust Asus monitors, have one 21.5 inch wide. Low contrast and color accuracy, also the left side is little blurry.. Not sure about 29 inch wide monitors, I think it’s more suitable for video or sound editing, and not looking for dual monitor setup at the moment.
Thanks guys! I will take a look at that HP too. Sorry to hear that the ant-glare isn’t working good.
Any other opinion would be more than welcome!
Hello guys! Currently I’m using Monitor LCD Samsung P2770H 27 inch, 2ms for motion graphics, but I would like to replace it with a 27 inch 2560×1440 res monitor. My budget is max $1000 and I don’t want Apple brand. I read a lot of user reviews and descriptions, but still can’t decide what to get.:|I am considering to buy one of this: http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&sku=225-4015
Please help me with some advice or just simply post a comment containing the monitor type you use. Thanks!