Which is the better LCD HP or Acer - specs attached

http://www.westcoast.co.uk/Computing/Displays/Monitors/A9S75AAABUHPCompaqLA1956x.html

HP Compaq LA1956x
LED monitor
19"
1280 x 1024
TN
250 cd/m2
1000:1
1000000:1 (dynamic)
5 ms
DVI-D, VGA, DisplayPort

.... extended spec

Connectivity - Interfaces:DVI-D ¿ VGA ¿ DisplayPort ¿ USB 2.0 upstream ( Type B ) ¿ 2 x USB 2.0 downstream

Dimensions & Weight - Dimensions & Weight Details:With stand - width: 41.7 cm - depth: 19.2 cm - height: 48.6 cm - weight: 4.5 kg ¿ Without stand - width: 41.7 cm - depth: 4.7 cm - height: 34.7 cm weight:

Environmental Parameters - Humidity Range Operating:20 - 80% (non-condensing)

Environmental Parameters - Max Operating Temperature:35 ¿C

Environmental Parameters - Min Operating Temperature:5 ¿C

Environmental Standards - ENERGY STAR Qualified:Yes

Environmental Standards - EPEAT Compliant:EPEAT Gold

General - Aspect Ratio:5:4

General - Backlight Technology:WLED

General - Brightness:250 cd/m2

General - Built-in Devices:USB Hub

General - Colour Support:16.7 million colours

General - Colour Temperature:6500K

General - Contrast Ratio:1000:1 / 1000000:1 (dynamic)

General - Controls & Adjustments:Brightness, contrast, H/V position, H/V size, input select, colour temperature, phase, clock

General - Diagonal Size:19"

General - Dimensions (WxDxH):41.7 cm x 19.2 cm x 48.6 cm - with stand

General - Display Type:LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

General - Features:72% colour gamut

General - Horizontal Refresh Rate:83 kHz

General - Horizontal Viewing Angle:170

General - Native Resolution:1280 x 1024 at 60 Hz

General - OSD Languages:Chinese (traditional), Chinese (simplified), English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese

General - Panel Type:TN

General - Pixel Pitch:0.294 mm

General - Response Time:5 ms

General - Screen Coating:Anti-glare, anti-static

General - Vertical Refresh Rate:76 Hz

General - Vertical Viewing Angle:160

General - Video Bandwidth:170 MHz

General - Viewable Size:19"

General - Weight:4.5 kg

Manufacturer Warranty - Service & Support:3 years warranty

Manufacturer Warranty - Service & Support Details:Limited warranty - parts and labour - 3 years - on-site

Mechanical - Display Position Adjustments:Height, pivot (rotation), swivel, tilt

Mechanical - Flat Panel Mount Interface:100 x 100 mm

Mechanical - Height Adjustment:12 cm

Mechanical - Rotation Angle:90

Mechanical - Swivel Angle:360

Mechanical - Tilt Angle:30

Miscellaneous - Backlight Life:30,000 hours

Miscellaneous - Cables Included:1 x USB cable - 1.8 m ¿ 1 x VGA cable - 1.8 m ¿ 1 x DVI cable

Miscellaneous - Compliant Standards:Plug and Play, CSA, TUV, VCCI, BSMI CNS 13438 Class B, cUL, GS, EN55022 Class B, FCC Part 15 B, CCC, EN55024 Class B, RoHS, UL 60950-1, IEC 60950-1, ISO 9241-307, CISPR, GEEA, AS/NZS 3548 Class B, TCO Displays

Miscellaneous - Features:Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)

Miscellaneous - Localisation:English / United Kingdom

Power - Power Consumption Operational:27 Watt

Power - Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep:0.5 Watt

Power - Power Supply:Internal

Power - Voltage Required:AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )

Software / System Requirements - Included Software:HP Display Assistant



http://www.westcoast.co.uk/Computing/Displays/Monitors/UMCV3EEA04AcerV193LAOb.html

Acer V193LAOb
LED monitor
19"
1280 x 1024
250 cd/m2
100000000:1 (dynamic)
5 ms
VGA
black

.... extended spec

Connectivity - Interfaces:VGA

General - Backlight Technology:LED backlight

General - Brightness:250 cd/m2

General - Colour:Black

General - Contrast Ratio:100000000:1 (dynamic)

General - Diagonal Size:19"

General - Dimensions (WxDxH):40.9 cm x 18 cm x 40.6 cm

General - Display Type:LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

General - Horizontal Viewing Angle:170

General - Native Resolution:1280 x 1024 at 75 Hz

General - Response Time:5 ms

General - Vertical Viewing Angle:160

General - Weight:3.2 kg

Mechanical - Display Position Adjustments:Tilt

Mechanical - Tilt Angle:-5/+15

Miscellaneous - Compliant Standards:TCO '05

Power - Power Consumption Operational:18.6 Watt

Power - Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep:360 mW

Power - Voltage Required:AC 120/230 V
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ZamZ0Commented:
In my experience-based opinion I would have to say ACER.

If anything, avoid buying anything from HP at all costs.
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moorenetworkCommented:
Both displays are comparable, here are a few simplifications that may help:
Acer:
It is an LCD monitor that is LED backlit, not a true LED monitor
It only tilts
half the cost!

HP:
It is a true LED monitor
the tilt/swivel is going to be a lot kinder for your daily use

more due to cost than anything else I would go for the Acer.  I don't know of the comparable site, but both of those prices seem high for a 19" display.  The price difference moving up to a wide screen 21"+ tends to be negligable

As for vendor experience, I have had great success and bad products with any vendor including both Acer and HP.  It's the same argument as honda vs toyota

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009316
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824176422
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fcekAuthor Commented:
I really don't like the wide screens.

Will decide tomorro.
I'm finished my 9am to 1 am job

Should have been a doctor

I thought that tilts read tits earlier
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nobusCommented:
the HP has DVI, the ACER not, that may also be a comparison point
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moorenetworkCommented:
http://www.elara.ie/productdetail.aspx?productcode=ECE2579540

this is the one I would go for, you will see a big difference

As for others I would stick to Acer, HP, or Samsung(great quality, higher price)
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