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Gregg B. wrote:
You're right. I haven't noticed that. I started to read all about TN vs. IPS and it looks like TN is cheaper for a reason. It can't produce that many colors. It has grater response time but that's because it reproduces less colors
Well, I guess it still good for gaming.
Actually I don't personally care about the colors for most uses other than photography. Even a panel with crappy color is still acceptable for web browsing, work, movies, programming, web design, gaming, etc.
The real problem is the vertical viewing angle. On a small screen that means that if you tilt the monitor, the image changes. On a big screen, however (24+ inches), the top and bottom of the screen will always look different. This drives me insane. I have tried it a couple of times, and I always end up constantly tilting the screen back and forth looking for just the right angle where the image is uniform across the screen -- but on a big enough TN panel, there is no perfect angle.
So for me, it's an IPS or PVA panel all the way.