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I am not tech savvy when it comes to external displays/monitors, so any guidance/recommendations would be greatly appreciated. I am in the market for around a 22 inch monitor to serve as a secondary display for my laptop. I wont use it for any gaming or anything so top of the line picture quality is not a priority. The monitor is primarily for academics. My laptop is a 15.4" Macbook Pro Retina. I am looking to purchase an entry level monitor with a max budget of $150. I had ordered an Asus (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005BZNDOO/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00) 21.5" monitor from Amazon but had to return it due to a few broken pixels in the middle of the screen and an unstable and garbage base/stand. The Asus monitor appeared cheaply made, and I probably will avoid the brand altogether. The ideal hookup I would like to use would be through HDMI. TIA for any help.
What do you mean by "decent".
Don't post poop!
I have a 23" Samsung LED that was about $200, but probably less now. It's great and great for porn.
you drop the coin on a MacBook Pro with retina display and can only spend $150 on a monitor? You ain't no baller. Pozer.
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