LCD Monitor that is best for my budget

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I am planning to buy a high quality LCD monitor with 22-inch wide screen which I will be used primarily for watching movies and would be best for my $400 budget. What can you suggest?

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LCD Monitor that is best for my budget

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Hi
If  you are planning to buy a LCD monitor of 22"wide screen for mostly watching movies ,you could choose a better one because there are lot of LCD monitors of Dell,LG,Toshiba,Samsung,Lenova,Asus etc.It depends upon you what to choose i prefer you to go the following website and have comparison study which would help you to get good idea about all features and the price.

Cnet Reviews on LCD monitors

http://www.squidoo.com/top10monitors

Actually it will be very easy to study all features concerned with it and the could buy online if you wish too.Dell and Asus are nice one.I prefer you to buy branded products with more warranty .Because it may last long and if any service needed it will be easy to be mended. So choose well and a great time with new monitor

Don't hesitate to ask for further questions.

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LCD Monitor that is best for my budget

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If you are looking for a 22-inch monitor, you probably want to check HP Pavilion IPS LED Backlit Monitor. Screen size measures 21.5 inches diagonally at 19.63 x 15.13 x 5.94 inches screen dimension. It supports IPS LED backlit screen at 1920 x 1080 pixels full HD native widescreen screen resolution. It is offered with a standard 1-year or 3-year HP limited warranty which varies by region, costs $99.99.

Another one you may want to check is Acer V226HQL LED-Lit Monitor. Screen size measures 21.5 inches at 22 x 16.7 x 4.6 inches screen dimension and weighs 8.9 pounds. It supports LED lit screen at 1920 x 1080 pixels full HD native widescreen resolution. It is offered with 1-year limited warranty for parts and labor with 1-year hardware technical support and 90 days software support, costs $89.99.

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