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Old 08-01-05, 07:39 AM
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Recommend me a good 21inch CRT monitor

My 21 inch viewsonic is starting to die and I am not sure how much longer it is going to make it. I think I am going to stay with CRT for now, because I just haven't liked the LCD's I have seen. Unforunately they are all I can find locally and the reviews seem slim to none these days for the 21 inch crts. Does anyone have any recommendations on a specific monitor to look at? I found a couple viewsonic but the reviews seem ok and not great.
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Viewsonic p225f
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Newegg doesn't carry and the only ones available on pricegrabber are refurbished...How about the G220 or G810? Unless you know where I can find the P225 new.
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I haven't tried any personally, but I always hear good things about NEC/Mitsubisihi monitors.
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I don't know any of the current models, but I've always been impressed with Viewsonic. I have a PF815 and a P815 at work and a (I think) G810 at home. The only issue I have with the G810 is that it only supports 70Hz at 16x12. But I had it for over 5 years with no problems.
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HAve you checked out Frys? They usually have a few CRT's displayed.
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unfortunately no Frys is here in Tampa...only BB, CC, and Compusa

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