TVs, including LCD/LED, plasma, OLED, and more. Ask for buying advice, or help others, share experiences etc.
By Vatharian
I'm looking into buying new display for my PC. Sadly I'm also looking at dimensions unavailable for standard PC monitors... at least not below price of a new car. And here comes the Panasonic TX-L32E3. This is probably first IPS-based TV out there, and I'd like to know if anyone ever tried to use it as PC's only video output. So far, I had Sharp LC32X20E, it proved to be excellent gaming/video 'monitor', but for daily use it sported unbearable low-contrast text blurring (i.e. red font on dark-grey background was unreadable), and it was frankly a little to big. I'm using Dell 3008w among other IPS monitors now at work and I think 32" is exactly what I need. And most importantly I can't look at TN anymore. So if it's possible if anyone has this kind of TV, please share information, how it performs.