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LCD,CRT,PLASMA Monitors? Whats your pick and why?

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Ive got a 2405FPW and its completely awesome. My biggest problem with CRT's were the fact that they must refresh and that means they will flicker. I've seen some people that are completely comfortable with a 60Hz refresh but anything below 100Hz and I get an instant headache. This is a problem because most monitors wont run anything above a 1280x1024 resolution without a refresh rate of less than 100Hz. With this LCD I can play games at the native res of 1920x1200 completely headache free.

Of course Dell has recently released the 3007FPW 30 inch LCD but IMO a monitor that big is stupid. I mean, with this 24 you have to scan back and forth a lot as it is just to take it all in. With a 30 you'd need a neckbrace from all that looking around. The alternative would be to sit 4 or 5 feet back from it but thats just as retarded. The 24 inch is big as well as functional.

Besides, this 24 incher was nearly a grand which I felt was too steep in the first place. Theres no way I'd pay over 2 grand for a 30 inch.

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If you have kids like I do CRT is the only way to go (maybe not for gaming) but I don't have to worry about them sticking an ink pen into the screen. So I have a 19' and it was relatively much less expensive$$$ Just scooted desk away from wall another 6'. Great for me!! :D :D :D

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