Dan's Data heeft een comparison gepost van een drietal LCD schermpies, te weten de Sony SDM-N50 (15 inch), de Samsung SyncMaster 570S (15 inch) en de IBM T85A (18.1 inch). Hieronder een hap uit de conclusie voor je:
If you want to retain a shred of financial responsibility, the Samsung SyncMaster 570S is an excellent LCD. Its display quality gives nothing away to the more expensive screens, its styling is perfectly acceptable, and its lack of debatably necessary features has allowed it to actually be slightly affordable.
If you want to impress visitors or just buy a really funky toy, the Sony SDM-N50 is an excellent bit of gear. Only its magic sensor seems to be a waste of time; its positioning arm is very flexible, its speakers sound good, and its dual inputs are a nice touch too. And thanks to the Media Engine, it's stunningly slim.
If you want an LCD for graphics or desktop publishing work, 1024 by 768 isn't likely to cut it. The big IBM might be what you're after. Its image quality is excellent - though it wasn't quite as even as the smaller screens - its workstation-type input socket will be handy for users of Serious Hardware, and its looks mean business. When you can get three 15 inch Samsungs for the same money, though - or three 21 inch CRTs - it really is a hard purchase to justify.