A budget monitor for design

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Hello!

I work a lot with photoshop. And the quality of flowers is very important, now working on a Samsung SyncMaster 226 BW "22
But it is miserable for these purposes.

Tell me a budget option within 15тр. If you already bought one, what is it (name, feelings)

Thank you:)
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ViewSonic vp2365wb
I advise you to look at. For a long time I was professionally engaged in FOTODELO (photo lab: setup, maintenance, printing).
In August, choosing a budget monitor for home and pleasure (pictures, texts, movies, photoshop). The requirements were simple: decent color reproduction, decent viewing angles, FullHD. Picked meticulously, I stopped it.
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Dignity (read my review on I-market):
Matrix e-IPS, FullHD (pure bright colors, the real viewing angles no image distortion: ~100 degrees horizontal to 90 degrees. vertical).
— Not a bad factory calibration.
— ViewSonic is positioning the monitor as a professional, it gives us a 3 year warranty, which is distributed on the failed pixels (Yes it is, if the point of burn out, it is a warranty case!) + good build quality.
— had awesome high stand.
Disadvantages:
— The led on the front panel close up from black electrical tape.
— My copy is a little buzzing on the brightness to 94%.
— A noticeable gradient (to yellow) on a grey is still there. But it's there (and more noticeable) to the more expensive promodeler
— At large angles (~ >100 degree) black silver, violett, malinovic, respectively, decreases the contrast a little and leave the color (the greater the angle, the stronger the effects). Knew about it all.
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Chose from what was on sale:
Dell 2209WA (it's a joint, not a monitor... lot of marriage)
NEC EA231WMi (functional... mean menus)
DELL U2311H and DELL U2211H (brighter, more contrast, functional settings, BUT!... read below..)
Samsung F2380 (brake, a noticeable shift in color when fidgeting on the chair, although black — Yes, black and details are not lost)
In addition, the above mentioned eIPS monitors on matrix large unevenness of illumination, IMHO less parts in black... probably because of the greater contrast.
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Given the above, the natural features of eIPS and the warranty on the matrix, I took the viewsonic. Still pleased and would recommend as a budget workhorse.
Hope that saved you some time.
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HP LP2275w
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Dell UltraSharp U2311H
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I recently bought a Dell U2311H. Generally satisfied, although there are "nuances".
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1. Small pixel standard fonts in the OS and the Internet look fine. If this is a concern, it makes sense to look at the U2211H, which is also cheaper.
2. Cinematic 16:9 format for work too stretched, would prefer 16:10.
3. Long could not catch the optimum brightness/contrast to be comfortable to surf on the Internet in a dark room is a big white box just blind. A dimmed day, is a little dull. But after a couple of weeks now — probably eyes adjust?
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On the monitor work (photoshop, HTML-coding, some programming) and roam the Internet. Movie on computer watch rare. There are no games at all. The idea is that one would have to take "full" U2410 — but he at the time of my purchase somehow sharply disappeared from stores. And importantly, it is ~1.5 more — greedy.
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In addition to Della, tested in the shop Nec EA231Wmi (ended up with a broken pixel + significantly more expensive) and Samsung F2380 C-PVA (also seemed quite a decent option, though of course viewing conditions were "field").
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LG W2220P. Costs about 9K. The ratio of price to quality is excellent.
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