Are you looking to upgrade to a flat panel LCD monitor? Today we'll be reviewing two that are definitely easy on the eyes (though possibly not the budget), the HP w2558hc and the Planar PX2611w. Both have a lot to offer the discriminating user.
There are probably many out there looking to upgrade their computer experience by getting a new LCD monitor. For those that have the old school, bulky CRT monitors, an LCD monitor can save a lot of room, is easier to move from place to place, and simply looks better for the fashion conscious. Besides that, they also emit less energy, are more eco friendly, have a longer life, produce sharper images and create less strain on the eyes.
Perhaps you purchased a newer desktop that already has an LCD monitor, but it is too small and you want something bigger. Or, if you are like me, you have a laptop but want the ability to have a setup on your desk where the screen isn't so close to your face. Whatever the reason may be, there are plenty of LCD monitor upgrades out there that can not only provide a larger viewing area, but also maximize your viewing experience with a sharper, more crisp picture.
This might especially hold true for gamers or those who watch DVDs on their computers rather than on a normal television setup. Of course, with the wide variety of available LCDs on the market also comes a wide range of prices and features. You can get some monitors for as low as $100, but for the purpose of this review we will look at two different offerings that go as high as $800 in price. Now that might seem excessive to many, but if you have the means and the needs for such a device, it is well worth its price. That said, let's take a look at the HP w2558hc and the Planar PX2611w LCD monitors, which each offer their own advantages for those with varying budgets.
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