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i need a monitor that offers 1920x1200 rez

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i am trying to find a monitor that supports 1920x1200 resolution.
this monitor can me any size between 25 to 27 inches. but anything you come up with will be apreciated

thank you for your time
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Try this one:

http://www.amazon.com/24IN-LCD-1920X1200-20000-2443BWT-TAA-1/dp/B0030CJC0E/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1298297761&sr=8-6

It's about the cheapest one I see. You are asking for a resolution that is not mass produced like 1920x1080. If you want a 1920x1080 (which is a widescreen and full hi-def) then you can purchase almost any widescreen monitor these days that offers DVI or HDMI connections.

If that exact model I posted isn't what you need, try searching Amazon.com for "1920x1200 monitor" and you will see a few others, but be careful because the search will also pull up some widescreen ones too.

I also searched newegg.com and didn't find anything. They only have widescreens from 25-27". Amazon is a great company though so they will be a good place to purchase. Let me know if I can help anymore.
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Do you actually need 1920x1200?  I have both the Samsung 245BW which has that resolution, but is only 24", and the Samsung P2570, which is 25" but supports 1920x1080.  I like the picture quality and performance of both.
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yes it is very important its rez is 1920x1200
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Hi their. I have checked around and found this site that compares all screens.

http://www.nextag.com/1920-x-1200-monitor/shop-html

Hope this helps.
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Sorry about posting a 24inch one. I meant to post the larger screen I saw, but it's on Amazon and you've got some more links, so you should have plenty to choose from.
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