I’ll buy a new monitor to able to get more quality projects.
I’m really wondering what is your favorite monitor for designMine is Apple Thunderbolt: http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC914LL/B/apple-thunderbolt-display-27-inch?fnode=53
Well, i am not a big dell fan in general but their ultrasharp models are #1 in my book.
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I have 3 Dell Ultrasharp monitors for my work and they’re very good. You do have to get used to the anti-glare coating which can make solids look like they have a sort of texture. It’s most noticeable if you get very close to the monitor. Many people remove the anti-glare coating themselves. I’ve seen a tutorial for this online and it’s not hard. I have big windows in my office so I never wanted to remove it myself.
I can say this, with just minimal calibration these are extremely accurate monitors. I had one for about 6 months and decided to buy 2 more because I was very happy with the quality.
In the past I used CRT ’s due to the color acuracy and the viewing angles.
Today for design purposes I use an IPS Dell U2312HM (16:9), good price & good quality.
I never liked Asus screens but that’s me.
Personally I would restrict only to Dell (LG Displays), Samsung and Apple (Cinema Display / Thunderbolt).
The 27” 2560×1440 IPS panel in my iMac (same as in the Thunderbolt display) has served me very well.
Have 2 of IPS DELL U2412M just awesome!