One that works would be a good place to start I would suggest :-)
Hi Robie. I started answering your question but suddenly my breif response had become a Magnum opus, so it was too long to post here and I had to turn it into a hub instead: http://trahntheman.hubpages.com/hub/Wha … ould-I-buy
I hope this helps!
If it helps, I find that LG make the best quality screens, so I would steer towards that brand if you can.
They have superior colour and contrast - you'll really notice that black is actually black instead of the sort of "backlit grey" you get with other brands - and there's never any ghosting or response time issues to speak of
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