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Looking for best non Mac 2nd monitor for Dual 2GHz PowerPC G5

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I'm a web designer looking for a good low-priced 2nd monitor to use with my Dual 2GHz PowerPC G5 desktop. My main monitor is a 20" Apple Display (1680x1050 resolution).

I'm looking for the convenience of a 2nd display that is capable of similar quality for under $300. Have been looking at the 20" Samsung Touch of Color, not sure how to proceed.

Thanks for your help!
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