My 8 years old 17inch LCD finaly done it's life. So now I have good excuse to replace it. :)
I have been using Samsung 171T and I didn't like its picture quality. Especialy the colours. Although I was told this was professional model the colours were not accurate, the contrast was too strong that I can't really see the details in dark areas. This also applies when I watch/edit movies/footages and gaming. This was also evident with other samgsung LCD monitors I have came accross(15inch and 17inch ones. No recent models) also had exactly same characteristic. This made me to stay away from Samsung monitors for this time.
So I started looking at view sonic monitors. First I was thinking of getting NX series, which is LCD monitor HDTV hybrid, but soon I learned this was TV first then monitor second. Having no DVI input was also big turn off.
Now the rest of their product lines are distinguished as VA(value models), VX(gaming models) and VP(so called professional models).
The question I would like to ask, is there actual difference in picture quality? Because VP models costs a lot more than VX models, where VX and VA models doesn't cost much different. I know you can tell difference from specs. But specs are specs. They dont always represent actual quality of the monitor, especialy the colour correctness and showing details in dark areas. I'm not concerned about resolutions, as all those offerings in 20~22inch sizes seems high enough for me.
Thanks in advance. :)