Mag InnoVision 800v?

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I've read a lot of your comments. Anybody have insights on the Mag InnoVision 800v? It has a good review at computershopper.com, and has a $300 price tag. I need that economy...
 
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I had this monitor breifly. It does not come with a driver disk, and on 3 video cards & motherboards plus a re-install of windows, I could not get the monitor to work in 2 video modes, 640x480 8bit & 640x480 32 bit. If you don't have any games or programs that drop down to that resolution then it is a good deal. Also it does not come with a driver disk and you will have to contact tech support at Mag Innovision to have them email drivers out to you. I took the monitor back and bought a 19" Micron APG. :)
 
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Many thanks for the insight. I've kept looking for that magic monitor that's great as well as inexpensive! PCWorld gave high reviews to the Samsung Synmaster 950. That's also around $300. I know PCWorld doesn't have the last say in these things... ... ...
Anyone have advice here?
 

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I'm thinking about Samsung as well. The thing is they are damn good, super flat and have no wires accross screen like
Sony and NEC devices. A friend of me got Samsung 19" IFT and it is a screamer. I'm thinking about 950P (much cheaper but about same spec.)
 
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That 19" Samsung is nice. I almost bought it at CompUSA think they had it on sale for like $299. At it was a perfdect flat screen.
 

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