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HI! The documentation department of our company is considering purchasing
full-screen color monitors within the next few weeks/months, but no one
knows of any that will work with our equipment setup and requirements.
(We're also a little gun-shy because we've had some bad experiences with
some Sigma wide-screen monitors a couple of years ago.)
If you have any advice on what's good (and conversely, what to avoid!), I
look forward to hearing from you. If you have a recommendation, please
list the video driver you're using! Also, we do have a budget, so pricing
information is also appreciated.
- 20" ultrahigh resolution color monitor
Must be compatible with:
- 486 or Pentium PCs
- Microsoft Windows-based programs (Framemaker, Ventura Publisher, - Corel
Draw, Word for Windows, Excel)
- LanMan networks (which are memory hogs!)
- HP Laserjet printer drivers
- Screen capture programs such as Hijaak Pro
Thanks in advance,
mmb -at- qad -dot- com
MMB1 -at- aol -dot- com
74763 -dot- 3243 -at- compuserve -dot- com