Ehhh glossy monitors for photo editing? ymmv
Price wise it might be a good deal, but technology wise, I'm not too sure about glossy monitors.
So many people so many different opinions (this is mine ;-), I feel glossy monitors are great for displaying your holiday pics or watching a dvd due to the high (unnatural) contrast, but displaying/editing photo to achieve accurate results (when printed or viewed on other computers) nothing beats a calibrated matte ips monitor.
If your budget allows, you might want to look at: http://www.eizo.com/na/products/flexsca … index.html
with the optional eizo calibrator, capable of displaying 98% aRGB gamut.
Paramour Productions wrote:
I use a mac pro tower and I have two of the older matte 24" monitors. I'm dreading going glossy when these die. Currently researching alternatives.