Hey guys. I am looking to buy a new (cheap) monitor very soon (like 2morrow). I came across this 22" Envision G22LWk on sale at CompUsa for only 210$ after rebates. I know the color quality isnt perfect and the built in sound sucks (but i wont be using it). My friend has this monitor and it looks quite good to me. Is there any reason I shouldnt buy this?
"World's Best Boss"
14th August 2004
Envision? Never heard of that brand. But if your friend doesnt have any problems with it and it looks nice then go for it. Otherwise I would reccomend Viewsonic
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10th November 2006
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Trust me, I'm a Doctor
25th November 2003
I got my 20.1" for $180 from Newegg.
It has a 5ms refresh time, 1680x1050 res, 300cd/m2 brighness, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. I wasn't sure about the brand, but it was the cheapest 20.1, and i'm happy to say its a great screen.
I got it. A 22" Envision monitor. I have to say its REALLY nice. I do have one issue tho. Windows XP only recognizes a 1600x900 resolution. Its native is supposedly 1680x1050. Is there any way I could fix this?
Tech is where you'll find me..
13th April 2005
Just make sure the refresh rate is decent.