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You can't go wrong with an Apple Cinema Display 23". Very high quality, very adjustable and

stable display. Check it out on the Apple website and determine whether you have the right

video card in your PC to handle it, that's all.

 

Of course, you did say "huge". There is also the Apple Cinema Display 30" ... ]'-)

 

Godfrey

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I have a SAMSUNG SyncMaster 243T, 24 inch monitor which I can pivot for Portrait works. Google on "review SyncMaster 243T" and you will find loads of stuff.

 

Today, LCDs are a better choice than CRT and I wouldn't for anything go back to my 21" CRT.

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Push your limit to $2400 and look for a deal on an Eizo CG 210. I'm using it now for close to

a year (after shooting more and more digital) and see it used by some of the very high end

capture/digital companies and Retouch studios in NY who work on international ad

campaigns as well as national magazine titels and stories. You'll probably use it longer than

your new computer as well.

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If you buy an LCD you probably want one with 10 or more bit internal LUTs and a calibration solution that will work with it via DDC/CI. If you are willing to spend $2,000 it's definitely should be first on the list of your priorities. So no Apples. Look at Eizo, Lacie and NEC.
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Like a few others, although I love the apple displays they have become over priced and out

dated. So if you are looking at the Apple displays... then take a look at Dells LCD's.. many

are the same or more advanced versions of the same panels or go the the true high end and

go with a 10bit Eizo or Lacie (not a big fan of NEC's high end LCDs).

 

I would not though make a decision until the end of the second week of August... New Apple

displays could be announced at Apple's WWDC (Aug 7-11). There has been a little bit of

speculation that they there will be new displays along with a new Tower to complete the intel

transition.

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