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Dear Experts:

As of now we have CRT monitors now the time has come to replace it with the latest monitors with the moderate budget as company is not willing to spend more on this , can anybody suggest me going for the TFT or LCD which will be good soultion in terms of technology , powersavings and cost.

Please suggest, thanks in advance.
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Tom's Hardware did a nice test about a year ago:  http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/lcd-backlight-led-cfl,2683-7.html

I would get a quote from your reseller for some lcds, then plug the mfg #'s into CNET and do a comparison.  After you type in the part number, click on specifications and scroll down.  You'll see:

Power Consumption Operational 16.5 Watt
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 0.56 Watt

This will help you find the cheapest lcd that uses the least amount of power.
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I am a big proponent of Samsung LCDs, and they come in at the top of Consumer Reports ratings.  Good brightness, contrast ratio, speed, and features.
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