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Can you recomend a monitor as good as the new iMac displays?


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I've gone from working more on my new iMac to doing more work on my Mac Pro. I never realised how poor the monitor was.
Can anyone recomend a good glass panel LED monitor?

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Doesn't get much better than this NEC for professional applications. It comes with calibration tools and is extremely accurate. The monitor also keeps the calibration settings (saves them).

What will you be using the monitor for ?

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Thanks for the reply.
In all honesty I won't be using it for anything that demands a high spec monitor.
Audio work, ilfe and Internet. I just want something that looks as good as the iMac LED displays.
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