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Thank you for reading; I am really in a pickle... I am currently attending Brooks institute of photography and am looking for a separate monitor for editing pictures. I am running a macbook pro 2.4ghz 4gb. I am kind of limited to my budget and donít really want to spend more than $600.00 I also would like to eventually hook a TV tuner up to this monitor. After doing extent research, I have came up with a few finalists. Please let me know what you think, have you used any of these or maybe you have another suggestion. I would like to keep it between 24 and 28 inches. Thank you so much for the help.
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HANNS-G HG281DPB 28" LCD 1920X1200 DVI HDMI

SOYO 24" LCD DYLM24D6 BLACK WIDE MONITOR 24-inch

Samsung 245BW 24" Wide LCD Black

Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Black) 24 inch LCD Monitor

ViewSonic VX2435WM 24" FLAT PANEL LCD Monitor HD READY

ASLCD24WMCX-BK 24IN WIDE-1920X1200 1000:1 5MS BLK

VX2435WM 24IN WIDE LCD-1920X1200 500CD 1000:1

VX2835WM 28IN WIDE LCD-800:1 500NIT DIGTL
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I have a similar model to the Samsung for my MBP, the 226BW 22in, and i really like it. Though i am trying to find a way to calibrate the laptop monitor and this one, since it seems that the Samsung is a bit oversaturated with the images i take, but overall it's an excellent monitor, which i'm sure the 245BW will be too. How do you like Brooks Institute? I was looking into transferring, since my college isn't up to par with their photography or graphic design programs, at least i think.

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i have use a few viewsonics. and i would have to say that i have loved all of them. thats what i would buy

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