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Hi guys. just a little advice. need a new monitor. very limited budget. saw two at comp usa. one was their own brand 14' 149.00 the other was a RIC on sale for 149.00.
RIC was 15' and a little better resolution,also flat screen.
never heard of this brand{made in china}. any suggestions?. thanks in advance
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Go for the resolution...
They're only as good as the warranty provider.
Regards,
Ralph

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