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Best Monitor for MBP?


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I'm a graphic designer and I'm currently setting up my home studio.
I've being looking into buying a monitor for a very long time now. I cant seem to find the right one. But my bday is this weekend, and I'm hoping to finally buy it.
I do not like the Apple LED Cinema Display, the glossy screen is kind of a pain in the butt when working in a well lit room. And the Apple HD Cinema it is definitely WAY too expensive.

I have a Macbook Pro (Current Unibody 2.8Ghz) I need help finding the right monitor. I have been using a Sony Bravia HD TV, so of course I'm tired of the blurry fonts and weird waves on the screen.
I'm looking for something 24in +

Thank You in advance for any help!!!!


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I went the Philips way but then i am not a designer;


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Thanks so much man. That really helped. In case you are wondering, I decided to go with a Dell U2410, it is the newer version of the Dell that is Number 10 on that list. It has some pretty nice reviews and it rotates 90 degrees into a vertical layout, which is really nice when working on a flyer or vertical poster.
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