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Old 07-28-2016   #1
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Looking around town for a replacement monitor. Most in my price range seem to be

1920x1080 23 to 25 inch IPS monitors that support Adobe RGB color or 2560x1440 25 inch IPS monitors that only support sRGB.

I do have some of my photos and digital images (3D renders & paintings) listed for sale on Fine Art America and Redbubble as prints, posts, canvases, etc.

My video card is the Nvidia Gigabyte GTX 750 4GB card which can support up to 4K.

I am leaning a bit towards the 2560x1440 but have thoughts about not having Adobe RGB support. Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated...

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This Acer 25 2560x1440 I'm giving some consideration as it is on sale at Staples for $349 Canadian with $100 off...

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I purchased the Acer and love it. At first I had some weird problems calibrating it with my X-Rite Colormunki Display but I finally got it correct. I'm using an older Neovo 19 inch LCD as a second display.

The Acer came with all three cables - hdmi, display port & dvi. The frame is made of brushed aluminium and not plastic made to look like metal. It made the list of best 2016 monitors for photo editing at the Digital Camera website...

http://thedigitalcamera.net/best-mon...d-photography/
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I purchased the Acer and love it. At first I had some weird problems calibrating it with my X-Rite Colormunki Display but I finally got it correct. I'm using an older Neovo 19 inch LCD as a second display.

The Acer came with all three cables - hdmi, display port & dvi. The frame is made of brushed aluminium and not plastic made to look like metal. It made the list of best 2016 monitors for photo editing at the Digital Camera website...
Thank you Kenmo for your suggestion. Would you please suggest me the best monitor under $150.
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Hi kenmo, Please check this list https://www.toppctech.com/best-compu...ors-under-200/ and please suggest me a best one for my photo editing task. I think, you have the good experiences about photo editing monitors. Thanks
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