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Old 11-14-2007, 10:14 PM   #1
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Just ordered this thing:

My 22" Sceptre died, and I sent it back to newegg for a replacement. They finally told me they stopped selling the model I bought, and they gave me $300 back. Pretty good deal.

It cost $310 refurbished. Free shipping too. 20.1", S-IPS panel. It's a $500 monitor new, so it was a pretty good deal. A bit smaller than my last monitor, but a huge increase in quality. I was thinking about splurging on a 24" monitor, but this is better quality, and I figured it's not really worth the extra $.

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Old 11-14-2007, 10:23 PM   #2
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I wonder why they stopped selling that model. Too much trouble maybe?

Ah well, Dell do make good monitors! They tend to be great at everything except slight colour reproduction problems in some tones from what I've heard with some models. Unoticable though on its own
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