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    27-28" Monitor Recommendation

    I asked this a few years ago and then did fcuk all about it - but now I need to

    I'm after a good 27-28" monitor - to be used with mainly windows 7/10, possibly OSX too and I'll be buying two of them.

    Ideally IPS screen with display port and minimal bezels.

    Anyone got any recommendations?

    Been looking at this Dell - https://www.scan.co.uk/products/27-d...dmi-(plusmhl)-

    but the bezels are huge and at £515 each not the cheapest option, so thought that I'd ask here before missing something obvious...

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    Dell or iiyama make very good monitors, dell possibly have the edge but are generally more expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedude03 View Post
    Dell or iiyama make very good monitors, dell possibly have the edge but are generally more expensive
    Thanks - last monitor I bought was iiyama - which was very good, used for years and I finally gave away here on the free stuff thread.

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    I have the earlier version of this, it's a great monitor at a good price:

    https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/...paign=products

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    Got a Dell U2410f gathering dust - 2010 issue but I think it still works.
    Any good - to anyone?

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