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Windows 7: Monitor - TV / USB / HDMIx2

16 May 2012   #1

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Monitor - TV / USB / HDMIx2

Please recommend me a TV/Monitor but not just any TV/Monitor.

I am looking for a Monitor primarily which also has the capability of being used with a TV tuner.

The reason as to why I want this is to save electricity to a certain point and reduce the noise and heart from my PC. ** This would allow me to turn off my PC and just use the capabilities of the Monitor/TV**

Along with all of this I would like use a USB stick to perhaps transfer movies from windows media center.

Also I will need a HDMI port to connect my satellite box so with this said I have browsed the internet for a few days trying to find one and I've had to resort to seeking advise.

I have found ONE, but this one in my opinion is 2 inches too small -Samsung B2430HD. At minimum I would like atleast a 26inch monitor.

Please help me with my search

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16 May 2012   #2


I recently got myself Samsung's T23A350 HDTV Monitor and am very happy with it, it has what you need (TV, USB, HDMI x2) but unfortunately measures only 23". I use it to watch TV (rarely), play my PS3, and my PC. While mine is parked right smack in my face on my desk and anything larger would be awkward, I wish you luck in finding something that fits your requirements; I remember only seeing large (>30") models when I was searching.
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