MacBook Pro 2010 Display Advice

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by kartik5000, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. kartik5000 macrumors newbie

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    Dear Peoples of MacRumors,

    I was looking for a cheap, pixel perfect 2560 x 1440 monitor, perhaps of Korean manufacture. I am looking to spend $400 maximum (including the minidisplay to dvi-D adapter).

    My Macbook Pro is the 2010 model, which has a discrete GT-330M graphics card.

    If anyone can suggest a monitor that works 100% with my setup, that would be great.

    Thanks for any help you can give me,
    Kartik (the nooblet).
     
  2. Pimptastic macrumors regular

    Pimptastic

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    Up North, UK
    #2
    I got a Korean monitor last month from eBay. The model was Crossover 27q LED-P

    It was £270 delivered. Then it was £70 for the mini display port to Dual DVI cable. Remember you need the dual DVI adapter to get the full resolution.

    The good thing about the model I got compared to some of the other Korean monitors is that it come in a metal housing which gives it a quality feel. The P in the model number means the screen rotates to portrait which can be handy if you do any design like me
     

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