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I currently use an eizo 211 coloredge and it needs to go in for repairs. I need to have a back up monitor anyway, as I do a lot of client work out of my home. Though I need this backup it would be something I would use rarely and for short periods of time, therefore I am looking to buy something that will make the grade for client quality but not anything too fancy. I am hoping to be able to spend in the 200s or lower. What are the minimum requirements/do you have any recommendations to tide over my work while my eizo is out for repair?
I would very much appreciate any help as I am not so versed on the technical end of monitor specs.
Re: display advice
some shops will give you a loaner while they fix your device. ask.
as for an emergency back-up in the $200 range, Acers work pretty well and dont degrade very easily and seem to come fairly well calibrated.
i'm also moving this to the hardware forum where it shld get more responses.
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