Need help deciding on 16:9 PC Screen

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  1. Halo-101
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    Philips 244E2SB/75 24inch FULL HD GlossBlack VGA DVI HDMI 5ms
    Internet Price: $189.00
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    Benq E2420HD 24inch Wide 2ms HDMI DVI D-Sub Gloss Spker
    Internet Price: $189.00
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    Acer V243HLBD 24 Wide Black 5ms ACM VGA+DVI w HDCP
    Internet Price: $185.00
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    LG E2441V-PN 24LED E41 5MS D-SUB DVI-D HDMI VESA(100x100)
    Internet Price: $175.00
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    I would greatly appreciate help on deciding/choosing the best screen out of these listed if possible thnx very much in advance.
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    the LG seems to be the best
    it just doesnt have VGA (which alot of laptops only use) but if you dont need it then get it
     
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    Either this one or the LG. This one is smaller, by 2", but it still displays at 1080p which makes it have a larger PPI (pixels per inch). Also no HDMI on this one, so if you were relying on that input then [​IMG] So this screen can't double as like a console monitor unless you get some sort of converter.
     
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    I am planning VGA Or DVI And am currently deciding over BenQ or LG BenQ is LCD Whilst LG IS LED and a difference in ms response time of 3 ms and am looking at these 24 inches the listed one is 22 :/ soo wat opinion LG Specs VS BenQ specs? i plan on watching BluRay Rip 720P films using VLC on 1GB Ram And Nvidia Geforce 6200 ( my currently owned specs ) i am upgrading from a Philips 170S6FB Black 17" LCD Monitor 5:4inch. Thanks in advance.
     
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    with a geforce 6200 its probably gonna be really choppy
     
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    actually playback of 720P with my geforce 6200 Philips 170S6FB Black 17" LCD Monitor is actually pretty smooth [​IMG] was very choppy but a reinstall of xp solved this and now plays very nice.would like it to look better which is y i am getting new screen so it looks sharper and more in depth with colours etc.