That's one of the biggest myths around. It is true in the old days but no longer. It's somewhat akin to saying "Digital is not as good as film". You get my drift.generik said:Anyway LCD won't be as good as a good CRT
Well, CRTs are only good for about 3 years, after which the phosphors fade, and then you can relegate it "for video games"yanyewkay said:I still have reservations of TFTs vs phosphors.. after all, LCDs run a higher probablity of getting bright/dead/alive/colour dots after some time becos of the sheer number of transistors. Probability of getting one is quite high after 2 years , depending on conditions. Phosphors.. no such problems heheh...even after 3 years. Until the prices of GOOD LCDs match that of a 'normal' CRT, my dollar will be with the big white box.
generik said:Apple lose to Eizo
If you get a unit that produces inconsistent color.. apple does not consider it a defect. For the "wow" factor go for it, otherwise get Eizo
Any Eizo vender locally?Firefox said:Yup, yup.. Eizo's good.. But you pay a premium for the well-made ones.. There are cheap models from them but those are MiC.. The more expensive models are MiJ. My L350 is MiJ.. Past 3 years and still going strong.. No dead/ stuck pixels.. =)
What's the cost like for the Eizo CG220?Caras said:Should be a few places to get Eizo - Sim Lim Square for one. They have a service centre in Singapore so that should mean that there's a good presence here.