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If you got a $1000 budget...the 27" Apple Thunderbolt monitor seems a great choice to me. It has some nice convenience features. Such as

- built-in speakers
- if you use it with Apple laptops...they can get their power directly from the monitor (no external laptop power supply...MagSafe...needed).
- built-in camera & microphone

You can get a 27" Dell monitor (same resolution) that I think uses the same IPS display panel...and costs less ($700-$800)...but you do lose some of the convenience features of the Apple display.

- Nick

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