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    Want a less expensive IPS monitor for photo editing work

    I am using an old widescreen monitor for quite a long time and now I am looking for a more budget IPS monitor. That is because the current one is having fading issue. I cannot see the screen output on the same properly.

    I want a budget monitor so that I can edit my photos on the same with better screen output. I had seen compare to IPS monitor there are cheaper TN panel monitors. But they are not having a decent output. The screen looks blurry sometime and there is nothing we can do.

    So this time I am planning to upgrade and go for a better one. Any suggestions please?

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    Re: Want a less expensive IPS monitor for photo editing work

    Quote Originally Posted by Bellamy View Post
    I am using an old widescreen monitor for quite a long time and now I am looking for a more budget IPS monitor. That is because the current one is having fading issue. I cannot see the screen output on the same properly.
    Yes IPS monitors are lot more well and impressive. They are clear and offer you better screen depth. You can have around billion colors on the same due to which images are more clear and brighter. Along with this, the monitors also have Wider Viewing Angles. So this helps you to work from any angle.

    There is one monitor in my list and I think you must go with the same. The monitor model is Dell Ultra Sharp U2412HM. I am not sure about the cost but this monitor looks very impressive in terms of features. It offers 1920 x 1200 screen resolution with 8ms GTG response time.

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    Re: Want a less expensive IPS monitor for photo editing work

    There are many budget models you can go for. Like AOC I2353PH 23. Today we had seen that IPS monitor are cheaper compare to other type of monitors. That is because they work really well and output is better.

    Another one that I had recently seen is Asus PA246Q 24" LCD Monitor. It is also a very nice monitor for day to day usage. You must go with a small size or else you will have to pay relatively high for the same.

    Along with this also check what port output the monitor offers you. So that connectivity would be easy for you.

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    Re: Want a less expensive IPS monitor for photo editing work

    What's your budget?

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    Re: Want a less expensive IPS monitor for photo editing work

    I bought an Dell P2415Q and have been extremely satisfied with the quality and color.

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