Panasonic TC-L32S1 or HP 2709wfp
Okay, so it's yet another monitor question, but I searched and didn't find the information I was looking for.
I want to reduce junk at home and will be getting rid of an old 26" CRT TV, and possibly my Dell 2001FP S-IPS monitor, and replace them with a single display. I was resigned to purchasing a computer display (like the 2709wfp at about $750) until I started noticing that some Panasonic TVs have S-IPS panels. The 32" TC-L32S1 (1080p) is also around $750.
I've not seen anybody mention the TC-L32S1 for use as a computer monitor. It's bigger, comes with a TV tuner and speakers and is S-IPS as opposed to the MVA (or is it PVA) used in the 2709wfp. Any reason I shouldn't buy the Panasonic? Would it be too big for normal computer use? What am I missing?
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