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Apple Thunderbolt display
I recently sold my Apple display in Sept, thinking apple will update the display.. but they didn't.. I was using a third party monitor called Cineview Display a short lived start up 24" knock off.. it was so painful to read and view.. plus I missed my extra 3 inches..
I bought another apple thunderbolt display.. wow, so clear and crisp and bright..
oh well, will live with USB 2.0 ports because the quality is so amazing of the screen.
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in my case i wish Apple would make a 24" model. it's the perfect size for me. With my iMac 27 i keep having to 'search' on the screen for things, and i find myself focusing on a smaller area at a time, leaving the rest of the display useless.
Being as I am "on a budget" and thus prone to rummage around in skips, I've recently found that older ViewSonic displays used the same LGPL displays that were used in Apple Cinema Displays. I now possess a 23" issue of theirs that is quite usable.
So check it out. Obviously OEM, but you may strike a bargain!