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    Choosing a monitor

    Hi, I'm having difficulty choosing a monitor for a PC I'm building. Ideally it should be Flat 17" CRT and between £100-£150. Any advice or reccomendations would be greatly appreciated.

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    I normally go for Iiyama, samsung, sony or mitsubishi. Hope this helps.

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    Erm - the 21" Samsung from ebuyer

    Alternately Iiyamas are usually very good quality without being too expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skattrd
    Erm - the 21" Samsung from ebuyer

    Alternately Iiyamas are usually very good quality without being too expensive.

    thats the one even tho i said i would never buy a samsung monitor again due to everysingle one i have owned having imperfections with the tubes position at the price ebuyer are asking you cant refuse.

    If i already hadnt got my 21" cornerstone from www.accomputerwarehouse that is [cost me £50]

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