Without DisplayPort on a monitor, you'll have to buy an adapter ideally to DVI unless you have one already.
You notice on your MacBook Pro if you change the angle you view your screen at, you lose brightness and colour? That doesn't happen with an IPS display. All the current iMacs, the Thunderbolt Display, and the MacBook Pro with Retina Display use IPS screens, as well as all iPads ever made and iPhone 4 and up.
Home: 2006.5 iMac 20"
Me: 2010 MacBook Pro 13", iPad Mini Wifi 32GB Black, iPhone 4 16GB Black
Wife: 2011 MacBook Air 11.6", iPhone 4 16GB White
Are you backed up??? If so, why? Psyllium Fibre is not free but will do wonders!
I already received it and it's hooked up to my MBP right now.
I'm not sure I like it. I feel that the image on it is a bit grainy and the text could be MUCH more crisp. I have changes the settings on it from AV to PC and made sure the monitor is set to 1080p through my Mac. Maybe it's just me... I'm thinking about returning it and going with that LG IPS monitor you recommended (LG IPS236V 23" 1080p HDMI Widescreen LED Monitor: Amazon.ca: Electronics)
Why isn't the monitor displaying text as crisp as I thought it would? (Maybe it's the resolution?)
Macbook Pro 15' Core i5 2.53GHZ- 8GB RAM - 500GB HD
iPhone 4 16GB