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Originally Posted by martyp View Post
Totally agree about the budget and that the monitors are fine for 'general usage' however, if he is using this for design/photography I'd highly suggest buying a good monitor.

Better spending more once rather than paying twice later IMO... Like I said tho, I'm only guessing he's using it for work - if not any of the three would be fine!
I certainly agree that getting an accurate monitor is best when doing photography/graphic design work...there just sounded like there was a budget concern.

Maybe screen "real estate" is more important at the moment.

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