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    LCD or CRT? What's better to invest in?

    G'day there,

    Right now I've got a lowly 17inch CRT (it's worked for this long) and I've been trying to decide what I should buy between a 21 Inch CRT Monitor or a 21 + Inch 16:9 ratio LCD monitor. Weight and size aren't an issue with me, the only issues I have that if I get the CRT there's the glare issue or if I get the LCD the chances of image burn from prolonged uses of Painter or Photoshop.

    What is the general consensus when it comes to monitors?

    Cheers.

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    LCD, hands down. More desk space, power saving, doesn't hurt eyes, etc. Looks good too, haha

    BTW this is more of a thing to post in the Lounge. Support is for problems/help related to conceptart.org, I think.

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    Ok move the topic away, I wasnt sure which forum best suit inquiry in hardware.

    Thanks.

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