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Hello,

I want to buy a 19" monitor and I am having a hard time picking out one.  I norrow my search down to these 3 monitors below.

Please advise me which monitor I should buy and state down WHY?

DMC

1) Sony CPD-G400 19"
   1800X1440@70Hz

2) Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u 19"
   1600x1200@75Hz

3) Viewsonic PF790 19"
   1600x1280@87Hz
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by:frache
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Sony :

Because Trinitron technoly - Best picture. Flat screen.
Verify refresh rate ( example 70hz )at 1600*1280( or 1200).

Important values/characteristics  for me :
- pitch
- refresh rate at  aaaaa x bbbbb
- ergonomics :
-> 2 analogic potentitometer (trims) for contrast and brigtness
- Warranty ..., trademark.


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by:1cell
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depends on the dot pitch of each but the Sony definately looks best.  I do like Viewsonic but the resolution on the Sony is so much higher.  
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euphoni earned 30 total points
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The question should also explain what you wish to use these monitors for.

If it is for DVD, or Graphic work, then the Sony looks the best. If, however, you want a monitor which doesn't 'appear' to flicker as much as the others then the Viewsonic would be the best one to get.
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That's the answer????
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well everybody else was just commenting on their thoughts, but it didn't answer the question.

However, the answer can be rejected if it is not satisfactory, so don't worry, if DMC doesn't like my answer, then he will pass his 30 credits to somebody else who answers.  While you comment, you can never earn the points.
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Thanks for your answer Euphoni,

I am going to buy the Sony G400 this weekend :)

DMC
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