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Old 07-07-03, 10:14 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Experience with the PX191


I am thinking of buying a Planar PX191. I do some gaming, not much, and mostly just do simple things on my PC. I have a Dell P992 for home most of the time but am getting a flat to save space. How well has it preformed, what are peoples experience with it, and are there any particularly detailed reviews I can look at before throwing in my money?

Here is a link to it's specs.
http://www.planar.com/monitors/PX191.asp

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